Kenosha, WI Concrete Contractors
With a focus on quality concrete work, we provide complete paver, stamped concrete, driveway and patio construction services in the Kenosha area.
Our concrete flatwork services are designed for a variety of residential and commercial applications. Before we begin any project, we collaborate with our clients to fully understand their needs.
Stamping concrete creates textures and patterns and is highly resistant to wear and tear.
We can rebuild your driveway with high-quality concrete or pavers, improving its look and durability.
A concrete patio can expand your living space and beautify your backyard.
Retaining walls prevent erosion and collapse. Poured concrete blocks make great retaining walls.
Sidewalks and walkways
Concrete walkways and sidewalks can be custom designed and installed to improve your home's exterior.
For us, your outdoor space is just as important as your indoor space. After all, you can easily increase the size of your home's recreational space by enlarging the patio in your backyard. If you want to create a beautiful outdoor living area, a concrete patio is a great option to consider.
Choosing concrete over other materials for a patio can be beneficial in many ways. Not only will it last longer, but it can be decorative as well. Stamped concrete is popular among homeowners because it can be used to mimic the look of more expensive materials like brick or natural stone at a fraction of the cost.
Concrete is an exceptional material, and its durability should be one of your primary considerations. If you want a material for your patio that can withstand the elements, foot traffic, and heavy furnishings all year long, concrete is a great choice. A concrete patio can last for decades with little effort on your part and look as good as new throughout that time. Another great feature is that it is fireproof, so you won't have to worry about being in danger if a fire breaks out.
Call us if you want professional service for your concrete job. All it takes is one phone call to our highly trained and experienced concrete contractors in Kenosha and they will pave your ideal concrete patio in no time.
Perhaps you don't find concrete to be aesthetically pleasing. With the aid of stamped concrete, we can mimic the appearance of natural stone, brick, or pavers. This choice offers a more budget-friendly and efficient way to spruce up any property. This requires little upkeep while adding aesthetic appeal and value, particularly in outdoor spaces.
For each unique customer's needs and lifestyle, Kenosha Concrete Contractors offers a wide variety of stamped concrete colors, patterns, and textures. We promise to provide flooring that will look great with your home and landscaping, hold up to the wear and tear of everyday life, and last for many years to come.
Every floor starts out with a seamless, continuous stamped texture, after which the individually designed patterns are drawn and the grouting is manually cut. To precisely match the customer's expectations, colors are also manually layered on. These specialized works of stamped concrete are ideal for any setting, from broad, streamlined patios to delicate, winding footpaths.
Additionally, since stamped concrete only needs to be re-sealed every other year, it is simple to maintain. Resealing keeps the shine and protects against chips and cracks.
Since it doesn't require as many people to do the work, and the concrete itself is less expensive, stamped concrete is a more cost-effective option if you're trying to find a concrete contractor on a budget.
If you're thinking about installing a new driveway, it's important to consider the material. Most people choose between concrete and asphalt. They're both great materials for driveways, but each has its own distinct benefits. A concrete driveway is often the better choice because of all it offers.
Unrivaled Strength - Concrete is good for new or old driveways. If properly maintained, it will last 10 to 20 years longer than asphalt.
Simple upkeep - Compared to concrete, asphalt driveways need more repairs, so you must seal it more often. Concrete driveways are more durable and do not require as many repairs.
Eco-friendly - Concrete made with eco-friendly practices is recyclable, resulting in minimal waste.
Unlimited Customization - You can be incredibly creative with your application thanks to the fact that our concrete slabs can be stamped, formed, or colored however you like.
Worth The Investment - Concrete driveways last 30 to 40 years. An asphalt driveway lasts 20 years. Concrete is more expensive than asphalt in the short term, but it lasts longer.
There are many advantages to having a concrete driveway installed, and the cost is relatively low considering their durability and longevity. Contact us when you're ready to begin your concrete project.
Concrete flatwork FAQs
The amount of time needed to complete your concrete construction project will vary depending on the type of service you are using, the size of the area that needs to be concreted, and the weather. Driveways usually take 2-4 days to construct, compared to 1-3 days on average for patios. Please feel free to contact us and discuss your needs and requirements if you'd like a more precise estimate of how long it will take to complete your project.
Given that it is less flexible than asphalt or pavers, concrete naturally cracks. After 24 hours of pouring it onto the ground, it may start to crack as it shrinks in order to release the pressure on it. Despite being a common occurrence, concrete cracking can be reduced by applying a seal. Seals will help the concrete become more dense, lengthening its lifespan.
We know how eager you might be to use your new driveway. To make sure that your payment doesn't go to waste, you might have to wait a little while. Normally, 24 hours after the pour and concrete leveling, you could walk on the brush finish. On the other hand, before you can begin walking on stamped or exposed concrete, pressure washing and sealing must first be applied. Before using the driveway for its intended purpose with cars, you might want to wait seven days. If you want to prevent cracking over time, you must make sure that your concrete goes through the proper curing process.
We have a few simple questions that can help you find out. Do you have cracks in your concrete? Is it cracked or uneven? Is it soft, or does it feel hard when you step on it? Any of these issues might indicate that your concrete needs repair. If you're not sure, give us a call and we can help.