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A Homeowner’s Guide to Maintaining and Preserving Concrete Surfaces

October 7th, 2016

Well-maintained concrete has a long life expectancy, thanks to its ability to withstand the elements without losing its aesthetic appeal. The material is tough, but everything lasts longer with a little TLC.

Avoid Sweaty Slab Syndrome By Understanding Its Causes

September 22nd, 2016

Sweaty slab syndrome is a phenomenon where moisture forms on the top of a concrete surface. The condition seems harmless, but can cause a myriad of issues for anyone walking or attempting to work on the concrete, especially in a warehouse setting. Floors can become so slick that even heavy machinery has been known to […]

What to Expect When Having Your Home’s Concrete Driveway Replaced

September 8th, 2016

Concrete driveways have a lifespan of 20-30 years with proper care, but like anything else, will eventually need to be replaced. Wear from the elements, weight from cars, and general degradation are all inevitable and unstoppable. Cold temperatures make the Denver area especially prone to stressing concrete, as water seeps into small cracks and expands […]

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What our customers are saying:

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    "We used stone and concrete for some detail concrete, brick and cast Iron work on a 100 y/o Park Hill home. We were extremely satisfied with the work and professionalism with all of Stone and Concrete workers. We had a supervision onsite for all of the work - the owner of the company was also onsite at least once a day to assist when needed. Once the work started there was no work delays and the work continued through completion. There were quite a lot of details to the work which turned out quite nicely."

     

    Martin F via Yelp May 29, 2018

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