Creating Denver’s best looking driveways at an affordable price!
Denver area homeowners own vehicles of all shapes and sizes, from motorhomes to roadsters, not to mention trailers for boats and ATVs. That means driveways connecting your garage or carport to the street need to come in all lengths and widths. On top of that, Denver’s weather is unpredictable, so having a driveway that can handle everything from blizzards to scorching heat is important.
Stone & Concrete installs concrete driveways and parking pads that are durable and can be customized to fit the look and feel of your metro Denver home. For a decorative look, your new concrete driveway can replicate the appearance and color of natural stone or brick, usually at a lower cost. We can also transform your current plain concrete driveway or parking pad with the look of cobblestones or flagstones, or an interesting pattern, such as basket weave or fan.
Concrete driveways last longer than asphalt. If your current driveway needs to be replaced, Stone & Concrete has the experience and equipment to get the job done. We will make sure the correct permits are in place for your Denver area municipality. Once the old driveway is removed, a new concrete driveway can be installed.
Stone & Concrete’s professional installation crews will properly grade and compact the area to prevent the concrete driveway from settling or cracking. Because of Denver’s expansive and shifting soils, we typically use rebar to strengthen driveways and parking pads. We also recommend letting your concrete driveway cure, a chemical process that strengthens and hardens the concrete, before using it.
Call Stone & Concrete today at 303-287-0889 for a free estimate. Our experts will work with you to make sure your concrete driveway or parking pad fits the needs of you and your vehicles.
CONCRETE TIP: Want to give your children something creative to do outside? Buy sidewalk chalk and let you kids practice their chalk art skills on your concrete driveway, parking pad or sidewalk to get ready for the Denver Chalk Art Festival.