Dunwoody Concrete Company
Concrete flatwork refers to any concrete work completed on a horizontal plane - which can mean paving, gutters, sidewalks, and more.
If you Google "concrete flatwork," you'll probably get a number of different results. This can be perplexing. Start here as you being planning.
Let's start with some vocabulary. Any concrete placed flat to a horizontal surface is referred to as "concrete flatwork." Consider driveways, pathways, patios, and sidewalks, among other things.
The concrete flatwork services provided by Dunwoody Concrete Company include:
Dunwoody Concrete Company can assist in determining the optimum type of concrete, reinforcement, and decorating for a specific project. Regardless, there are a few factors to consider for any concrete flatwork projects:
Size and scope of the project: The total cost of your project will be determined by the size of the area to be paved or concreted. In general, we can negotiate better costs on bulk materials and pass those savings on to you.
Type of concrete mix: Concrete is available in a variety of forms. As one might expect, some are better than others. Based on your needs, our specialists will help you choose the appropriate type of concrete for your project.
Color of concrete: We can paint concrete with mixes and dyes, as you may know. If you're looking for a specific hue of concrete, this might be a fun choice that adds variety and interest to a surface.
Finishing refers to any work done after the concrete has been poured, such as stamped concrete, sealants, and finishing paint. All of these aspects increase expense and alternatives.
Are you considering concrete for your home? Give us a call and we'll discuss your possibilities. We're excited to collaborate with you to find the greatest materials and applications.