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Concrete Driveways, Arvada Co

Professional  Concrete services in Arvada Co – Residential and commercial in CO.

Driveway Installation, Repair, and Replacement.

Concrete driveways are a popular choice for homes because of their durability and affordability. They are also a good option for those who want to add some curb appeal to their home.

A new concrete driveway can cost anywhere between $8 and $18 per sq. foot depending upon the finish or decorative color. An average concrete driveway is $5-7 per square foot.

Concrete looks great and is much cheaper than pavers or stones. The possibilities are limitless, making it possible to have a driveway unique enough that your home will be more appealing. Call us today to speak with our expert Concrete Contractors!

Even though plain concrete continues to be used most of the time in many cases, decorative, colored concrete has been gaining popularity. This is because people can see the curb appeal and instant curb appeal that a driveway with decorative (colored) elements can add to any house, regardless of its design.

Concrete is the preferred material due to its long-lasting durability and low maintenance. Arvada Concrete Contractor will create and install your concrete patio, walkway, basement, walkways, and garage floors. Concrete can be made to look like stone, flagstone or bricks by coloring it, stamping it, or even staining it. Request your FREE Estimate Today!

Repairing Concrete Driveway.

The ideal new concrete driveway would last your entire home’s lifetime, but damage may occur due to weather conditions causing discoloration, settlement, and scaling.

With time, concrete driveways can start to crack and shift due to changes in the weather or poor installation practices. This can lead to problems like water pooling on the surface or cracks forming in the pavement. In some cases, these issues can be resolved by repairing or replacing them.

These are the most common causes of distress:

  • Uncompressed subgrade and insufficient concrete mix.
  • Extreme weather exposure
  • Bad placement procedures.

Arvada Concrete Services are in the business of installing, repairing, or replacing your concrete driveway.  Give us a call for your next project.

Replacing Concrete Driveway.

Concrete driveways are a common replacement for asphalt driveways. They are typically used because they are more durable, less expensive, and less prone to cracking than asphalt.

How To Maintain Your New Concrete Driveway

A driveway made of decorative concrete is very easy to maintain and will only require occasional care over the course of its lifespan. There is no driveway paving material, including concrete that is completely maintenance-free. These tips will help you preserve the look and durability of your investment.

The best way to maintain your driveway is to clean it on occasion and seal it. The amount of vehicle traffic and weather conditions that the concrete will be exposed to, and how often they need to be cleaned out and resealed, will dictate the frequency at which you should clean them. The average driveway needs to be sealed every two years. A variety of commercial sealers can be purchased at hardware and concrete material stores. Or ask your contractor for recommendations. Apply the sealer as directed by the manufacturer.

Sealer may help concrete resist stain absorption. However, it is advisable to clean up oil, grease, and any other spillages as soon as possible. The concrete may discolor if it is not cleaned with chemicals or pressure washed.

Concrete driveway to house

Avoid using deicing chemicals.

The winter use of deicers to seal driveways can result in surface damage. Because they chemically attack concrete, products containing ammonium nutritrates and ammonium sulphates will be especially dangerous. Calcium chloride (or sodium chloride) will not cause as much damage but can harm the vegetation and corrode metallic. It is important to not use any deicers during the first winter of driveway placement. Concrete that has just been laid can be more sensitive to salt-related problems. Alternative options include using sand as traction.

Concrete can be a very durable driveway paving material, but it is not designed for heavy-duty vehicles such as a big moving van or large pieces of construction equipment.

Be careful when digging your driveway. Avoid using metal blades, as these can scratch and scrape your driveway.   Call us today for a free quote.

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