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A concrete contractor is a professional who specializes in the construction and repair of concrete structures. These structures can include buildings, sidewalks, patios, driveways, and foundations. Concrete contractors are responsible for preparing the site, pouring and finishing the concrete, and ensuring that the finished product meets the necessary specifications and building codes. The process of working with a concrete contractor typically begins with a consultation to determine the scope of the project and to establish a budget. Once the project has been planned and the budget has been set, the contractor will begin to prepare the site. This can include removing any existing structures or debris, grading the land, and installing any necessary forms or reinforcement.

Concrete Construction in Orono, Mn

Concrete Construction: Your One-Stop Solution for Strong and Durable Structures.

We specialize in providing high-quality concrete construction services for both residential and commercial projects. Our experienced team of professionals will work with you to design and build a structure that meets your needs and exceeds your expectations. Our services include concrete pouring, foundation repair, concrete resurfacing, and more. Additional services include:

  • Concrete Aprons: Essential for improving the transition between different surface levels at your property's entry points.
  • Driveways: Durable, high-quality concrete driveways that enhance curb appeal and functionality.
  • Patios: Custom designed patios that provide an attractive and durable outdoor living space.

With our commitment to safety, efficiency, and customer satisfaction, we guarantee you'll receive a final product that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and see how we can bring your concrete construction vision to life in Orono, Mn.

 
Category Entity Details
Services  Driveway
Concrete
Contractor
Subbase
Finish
Services Pavement (for Driveway)
Cement (for Concrete)
Builder (for Contractor)
Foundation (for Subbase)
Surface (for Finish)
Categories   Materials Concrete, Cement, Aggregate, Reinforcement, Admixtures
Construction Process Demolition, Excavation, Pouring, Finishing, Curing
Contractor Types General Contractor, Subcontractor, Specialist Contractor, Landscape Contractor, Foundation Contractor
Tools & Equipment Mixer, Trowel, Bull Float, Concrete Saw, Vibrator
Design & Finish Stamped Concrete, Polished Concrete, Exposed Aggregate, Colored Concrete, Broom Finish
Entity Concrete Quikrete, Ready-Mix, High-Strength, Fiber-Reinforced, Self-Consolidating
Contractor Concrete Leveling Solutions, Inc
Tools & Equipment Kobalt Concrete Mixer, Marshalltown Trowel, Magnesium Bull Float, DeWALT Concrete Saw, Honda Concrete Vibrator
Design & Finish Ashlar Slate Stamps, Diamond Polish, Pebble Finish, Terra Cotta Color Hardener, Soft Broomed Textures
Materials Portland Cement, Limestone Aggregate, Steel Rebar, Water-Reducer, Fly Ash
Attributes Concrete Compressive strength, Workability, Durability, Cure time, Water-cement ratio
Contractor Licensing, Experience, Reputation, Insurance, Specialization
Tools & Equipment Efficiency, Durability, Ease of Use, Maintenance, Availability
Design & Finish Aesthetic Appeal, Slip Resistance, Maintenance Requirements, Color Stability, Texture
Materials Strength, Cost, Environmental Impact, Availability, Compatibility with other materials
 

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Concrete Driveway Contractors Orono MN
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Concrete Services We Offer Near Orono, MN

   
  • Why Hire Us?
  • Our Process
  • Price & Concrete Cost

Our team of concrete experts play a vital role in the construction and repair of concrete structures. They are responsible for planning, preparing, pouring and finishing the concrete and ensuring that it meets the necessary specifications and building codes. With the rise of stamped and decorative concrete, the field is becoming more diverse and specialized, requiring contractors to have a wide range of skills and knowledge. Therefore, it is important to do your research and choose a reputable and skilled contractor for your project.

The process of working with a concrete contractor typically begins with a consultation to determine the scope of the project and to establish a budget. Once the project has been planned and the budget has been set, the contractor will begin to prepare the site. This can include removing any existing structures or debris, grading the land, and installing any necessary forms or reinforcement.

The cost of replacing a concrete driveway depends on a few factors, such as size, labor, materials, and whether any extra features are added. Generally, a concrete driveway replacement will cost between $5 and $15 per square foot, depending on the complexity of the project. If you are replacing an existing concrete driveway, the cost can be lower as the existing foundation may be reused. The length of time for the project will depend on the size and complexity of the driveway and can take several days to complete.
As far as price goes Concrete Pros MN has always been an open book. We offer free quotes over the phone if enough information is provided. This gives you a rough estimate of what you can expect from us. However, we much rather handle our quotes in person. If you are ready to move forward on a project then feel free to set up an appointment. We will come to stop by your property and give you a much more accurate quote for your project. This quote will be based on the needed materials and the labor to get the job done as well. We also like to stop by in person to meet our potential clients. 

general contractormain contractor or prime contractor is responsible for the day-to-day oversight of a construction site, management of vendors and trades, and the communication of information to all involved parties throughout the course of a building project.

General Questions

How often does concrete need to be replaced?

While concrete is much more resilient than other surfaces, it still has an “expiration” date. If your surface is facing 20-25 years of use, it is probably time to replace the concrete. Exterior concrete faces more elements than interior, so adjust your concrete age accordingly.

What is the life expectancy of concrete?

For large scale projects like buildings, concrete should last up to 100 years if it's properly cared for. Concrete projects that experience more wear-and-tear like sidewalks and driveways have an expected lifespan of about half that—50 years.

How long before you can walk or drive on new concrete?

Concrete professionals suggest waiting at least seven days after the crew is finished before parking or driving your personal vehicle(s) on your new concrete. The reason for this is because one week is the time period it takes for your new concrete to achieve 90% of its full potential strength.

How long do concrete driveways last in Minnesota?

After concretes useful life of 30 years passes – it can be recycled!

After concretes useful life of 30 years passes – it can be recycled!

Four inches of concrete is ideal for cars, suv's, trucks, and 2 axel box trucks. Six inches of concrete is required for dump trucks and semi-trucks. All concrete driveways must be reinforced with rebar.

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Embark on your next concrete project with confidence. Reach out to us for a detailed consultation, and let our team provide customized solutions that merge aesthetic appeal with structural integrity.