There is a Difference in how Concrete is Constructed!


When we hire an accountant or a tax preparer we expect that professional is educated and trained to know all about finances, tax laws, rules, and deductions. We also expect a concrete contractor to know all about concrete, admixtures and proper placement techniques to achieve attractive concrete that will have a long service life.

A reputable contractor will adhere to ACI (American Concrete Institute), PCA (Portland Cement Association), and ASTM (American Society of Testing Materials) guidelines for properly placing concrete.



• Proper preparation of the sub base • Utilization of admixtures and retarders for placement and weather conditions
• Detailed attention to forming, layout, and proper elevations for water run-off • Proper planning and placement of control joints, and isolation joints
• Correct reinforcement placement and utilization • Quality finish work utilizing ACI standards for proper techniques and tools for each slab's use and design
• Utilization of quality mix providers and design • Timely use of curing compounds and sealers
Concrete is a flexible and adaptive building material but its performance can be greatly affected by the way it is constructed and placed.

Although it is very versatile, it is the only building product that is created at the jobsite often under less than laboratory conditions.

Though you may have never given it a second thought, there are many different ways to construct a concrete driveway or other project.

What you want is quality concrete that will provide you with an attractive appearance and many years of service life.

Attention to these details will provide you with these goals:


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