We realize that you may have some questions regarding your concrete project. Please see if your question or concern is addressed here first, and if not, please feel free to Contact Us and we will be more than happy to answer or address your questions or concerns. Thank you.
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Do you need to complete a residential or commercial project that involves concrete flatwork? If so, please don’t hesitate to call us with what your project entails, and we will gladly come out and visit your site first hand, and give you a detailed price quote. Many people are afraid of the disruption of having a driveway replaced, but most new driveways can be completed in as little as two or three days from our arrival. Usually the first day all existing concrete is removed from the site, and forms are placed and set. By the second day concrete is being placed and if needed, the third day to pour any remaining concrete and clean up the job site. Of course as always, there is a seven (7) day concrete cure window from when the last concrete has been placed to when you can resume vehicular operation upon it.
Forms are left on until the concrete has sufficiently hardedned or cured so that when they are removed, the concrete will retain its shape. Generally all forms will remain on until the next day after the concrete has been placed. However, vertical surfaces requiring a broom or troweled finish, the forms will come off the same day.
As stated in your written estimate payment is due upon job completion.
As stated in your written estimate, placing any new dirt or sod is entirely up to the property owner. We recommend hiring a local professional landscaper for your landscaping needs.
The barricade(s) for my project are still here and it has been more than 7 days. What should I do with them?
Please remove the barricade(s) and/or any steel stakes, and give us a call. We will gladly come and pick them up. Chances are that we have not forgotten about them, but rather have just been too busy to pick them up.