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Questions for Contractors

Whether your driveway needs to be repaved, your sidewalks fixed or patios mended or laid again, concrete contractors can assist with most jobs for residential and commercial properties. Customers should approach contractors with many questions before the mixing and pouring process begins and the designed foundation takes.

  • What will the cost be?
    As you talk estimates with your concrete contractor, make sure that you are both on the same page as to the overall cost of the work, including the mix itself and the cost of labor in finishing the curb, driveway or decorative foundation. By doing this you assure yourself no surprises when the work is done and the bill arrives.

  • Is there a warranty?
    It would be a good idea to assure that the job will be done at the quality you are asking. This will also assure that if anything goes wrong with the pre-cast then you can get overlay or repair on the seal of the sidewalk, beam or block. It also assures that the mix used will hold to the floor, basement. Take the precaution in case more construction is needed.

  • Do you have references?
    Often times contractors will keep records of their jobs and some even have pictures to show the quality of their work. It would be a good idea to check into these references as previous customers will have an opinion of the finished product.

  • Are there different looking concretes?
    Find out your options as to what can be poured and what the results might be. Contractors might have photos or samples of what the results of the dried cement will be. The contractor will be able to give a few styles to choose from, like acid stain. A wall will come out looking a lot different then a cut slab for a countertop.
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    Though some small paving jobs can be done by first-time home owners, larger jobs like laying a sidewalk or driveway are best accomplished when done by a professional concrete contractor. Concrete contractors are usually licensed contractors with a specialty in working with concrete. Their job is one that can range from something small, like repairing a curb, to a much larger and more important task, like laying the foundation of a home. For those who are interested in getting a new floor poured, or having problems with the foundation of their home, it might be a good idea to take some time and research the job that this type of contractor does. The easiest way to begin your research is to start with the source: concrete. You might find some interesting information, like the fact that concrete dates all the way back to Roman and possibly Egyptian buildings, meaning that the job of a concrete contractor does as well. Also, you will discover that this material is used for a variety of construction projects. It is not limited to being used in places like walls, sidewalks and support beams; an experienced concrete contractor can use this material in a decorative fashion as well. For instance, the contractor can use previously mixed and dried cement to cut out blocks, which can then be acid-stained, and laid out in patterns across the residential or commercial driveway the professional is working on. They can even make decorative countertop overlays. Outside of decorative designs, you will find that another important task these contractors can help with is repairing broken basements or foundations. This can be done by pouring in freshly mixed cement, inserting in pre-cast and cut slabs, or applying a protective seal. No matter the job, concrete contractors can help!

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