We Offer a Range of Concrete Services to Meet Your Needs
Broom finish is a common finish for driveways and sidewalks. It provides a brushed look that provides enough texture to keep from slipping when wet.
To get that sleek modern look, you can get a smooth finish without any texture at all.
Stamping is a process that is applied while the concrete is freshly poured and can mimic natural stone, wood, or even brick, depending on the look you choose as your finish.
Colored / Stained Concrete
Concrete can be left a natural gray color or can be stained or colored. Colored concrete is delivered ready to be placed and finished at the project site after the colored pigment has been added during the batch process and thoroughly mixed throughout the concrete.
Staining is the process where colored pigments are cast on the surface of a concrete slab to produce a desired color.
Decorative concrete is achieved with the use of concrete stamping and can give a stunning look to your property. There are several ideas you can choose from. The variety of patterns and colors available for stamped concrete is completely customizable and offers a more high-end look.
Our concrete professionals build concrete structures that resemble paving choices like brick, wood, slate, and other natural stones. These decorative options are often used for patios, driveways, steps, walkways, and pool decks. As we collaborate with you on the look you want to achieve, we will help guide you through these options.
Concrete edging around your lawn or drought tolerant landscape can prevent grass or week encroachment into your planter areas while giving a high-end finished look to any landscaping.
It is more durable and long lasting than any other edging around planter or gardening spaces. Concrete edging also provides greater stability to your landscaped areas.
Stairways and Sidewalks
One design aspect commonly looked over is the stairway or steps. Any exterior can be given a more custom look by giving the stairways attention in the overall design. Your landscape should be a work of art.
The entrance to your home should be visually inviting. They also need to provide safety. Stairways or steps are often used in a landscape design to link one zone to the other in your backyard oasis, while providing safety.
Stepping stones are often used in transitioning from one section of the yard to another. They should reflect the overall design and add visual interest.
Steps are most commonly used in garden paths, side yards, between livable zones, and in the front entrance of the home.
Any walkway, stairway or steps should provide safety while guiding you through