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"I am thrilled with the job that Lorenz Concrete did on our new patio! It was great working with Brice and his father and the final product was just what I wanted. I would use Lorenz again for any concrete work and I would recommend them to anyone that needs work done. My wife and I are extremely sa..."

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Caring for Your New Concrete

Proper care and maintenance of concrete driveways is extremely important for a job that will look good and last a lifetime. Once your new concrete driveway has been installed, there are several things that you should know about concrete maintenance to keep your driveway looking new and in great shape for years to come.

Curing - To keep from cracking your new concrete driveway, stay off of it for a minimum of 7 days after installation for normal traffic and 14- 30 days after installation for any heavy equipment. The concrete is considered “Green’ and needs to cure and harden before it can be opened up for normal use.

Sealing - Concrete driveways should be sealed for maximum life. In Wisconsin, your driveway should be sealed every 2 years. This will protect your concrete from the chemicals that can destroy the surface of the concrete and cause deterioration. Try not to use any ice-melting products on your driveway. For proper concrete maintenance use sand or kitty litter.

Heavy Equipment – Keep heavy trucks and equipment off your driveway. Although concrete is durable, residential driveways are not meant to support heavy vehicles and large equipment.

Stain Removal - Using a pressure washer to spray and clean the area immediately after spilling oil, gasoline, grease or other stains is the best bet for removing these types of stains. Act fast to prevent permanent staining of the concrete.

For more information about concrete maintenance, our products and services or to schedule an estimate, call us today, 262-586-5391 or Contact us online.


Concrete Maintenance
Proper care and maintenance of concrete driveways is extremely important for a job that will look good and last a lifetime. Once your new concrete driveway has been installed, there are several things that you should know about concrete maintenance to keep your driveway looking new and in great shape for years to come.

Curing - To keep from cracking your new concrete driveway, stay off of it for a minimum of 7 days after installation for normal traffic and 14- 30 days after installation for any heavy equipment. The concrete is considered “Green’ and needs to cure and harden before it can be opened up for normal use.

Sealing - Concrete driveways should be sealed for maximum life. In Wisconsin, your driveway should be sealed every 2 years. This will protect your concrete from the chemicals that can destroy the surface of the concrete and cause deterioration. Try not to use any ice-melting products on your driveway. For proper concrete maintenance use sand or kitty litter.

Heavy Equipment – Keep heavy trucks and equipment off your driveway. Although concrete is durable, residential driveways are not meant to support heavy vehicles and large equipment.

Stain Removal - Using a pressure washer to spray and clean the area immediately after spilling oil, gasoline, grease or other stains is the best bet for removing these types of stains. Act fast to prevent permanent staining of the concrete.

For more information about concrete maintenance, our products and services or to schedule an estimate, call us today, 262-586-5391 or Contact us online.