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"A refreshing experience! Brice and his team break the mold of traditional tradesmen by actually taking the time to understand what we wanted in our driveway, provide expert recommendations, and respect our budget and time constraints. Their communication, rates, and service was only surpassed by the..."

Tim Miller

FAQs

Q. What is the longevity of concrete?
A. Concrete can last an upwards of 20 plus years (typically 5-10 years longer than asphalt)

Q. How will the weather affect concrete?
A. In some cases, concrete may crack under extreme cold temperatures. In the summer months, concrete will stay cool under your feet. It will not soften or deform under extreme heat as asphalt sometimes does.

Q. How thick will a concrete driveway be compared to asphalt?
A. A typical concrete driveway will be 4" thick reinforced with wire mesh for added strength. In most cases, residential black top installation will generally have a 2" thick top coat.

Q. Will a concrete installment raise my house value?
A. This will depend on the local market of the surrounding area. In the event you decide to sell your home, your new concrete may be the deciding factor needed to secure a potential buyer.

Q. What will my new concrete cost?
A. There are many factors that will determine the cost of a job. Location, ease of access to job site, grade elevation, etc. will all be taken into account. This is why we continually offer FREE ESTIMATES. Have us come out and look at all aspects and address any questions or concerns you may have.
Q. What is the longevity of concrete?
A. Concrete can last an upwards of 20 plus years (typically 5-10 years longer than asphalt)

Q. How will the weather affect concrete?
A. In some cases, concrete may crack under extreme cold temperatures. In the summer months, concrete will stay cool under your feet. It will not soften or deform under extreme heat as asphalt sometimes does.

Q. How thick will a concrete driveway be compared to asphalt?
A. A typical concrete driveway will be 4" thick reinforced with wire mesh for added strength. In most cases, residential black top installation will generally have a 2" thick top coat.

Q. Will a concrete installment raise my house value?
A. This will depend on the local market of the surrounding area. In the event you decide to sell your home, your new concrete may be the deciding factor needed to secure a potential buyer.

Q. What will my new concrete cost?
A. There are many factors that will determine the cost of a job. Location, ease of access to job site, grade elevation, etc. will all be taken into account. This is why we continually offer FREE ESTIMATES. Have us come out and look at all aspects and address any questions or concerns you may have.