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Does your Denver Cement Driveway Need a Facelift?

September 27th, 2018

Stone & Concrete can create a cement driveway that adds value, durability, and beauty to your home!

A Colorado lifestyle includes vehicles that can handle our high-country lifestyle. From sedans and SUVs to trailers, boats, RVs, and ATVs, our Denver cement driveways and parking pads do the work that makes sure we can work hard and play hard—whatever the weather.

Look around your Denver neighborhood and you’ll see a variety of cement driveways that connect to garages, carports or something in-between. That space is a valuable asset in our growing city and worth maintaining. On top of managing our cement driveways, we’ve got unpredictable weather to contend with too. A Denver driveway has to handle scorching heat as well as multiple freeze and melt cycles, hail, blizzards, and storm damage.

At Stone & Concrete Denver we install concrete driveways and parking pads that are not only durable, but a vital part of your hardscape. That’s because we have a variety of hard-working and stylish options you can use to create the space you want and need. We can replicate the appearance and color of natural stone or brick, and we can do it for less than our competitors. We can also transform your current cement driveway with the addition of an interesting pattern or the look of flagstone or cobblestones. The possibilities are limited only by your imagination and our Denver customers love the customization options we offer for their cement driveways.

Importantly, concrete driveways last longer than asphalt—and they won’t scorch your feet on hot summer days. If your current cement driveway needs to be replaced, we have the equipment and experience to get the job done—on time and on budget. We handle all the permitting for your area, remove the old driveway or pad, and ensure your satisfaction with the final product.

Stone & Concrete’s professional installations crews also properly grade and compact the area to prevent your concrete driveway from settling or cracking. We typically use rebar to strengthen your parking area, which is essential with Denver’s expansive and shifting soils. We also recommend letting your new driveway cure through a chemical process that strengthens and hardens the concrete before use.

There’s still time to replace or upgrade your cement driveway or parking pad before winter sets in. To learn more or to schedule a complimentary evaluation and free estimate, call Stone & Concrete today at 303-287-0889.

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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