Find Baltimore Concrete Contractors Near Me
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Baltimore decorative concrete ideas
A natural toned overlay on a concrete floor in a local hair salon. SUNDEK of Washington, DC, MD, VA
Jump in for a quick dip from your concrete pool deck. Tri-State Concrete Coatings, Inc, Middletown, MD
Welcome home to your stained Concrete floors with complimentary wood inlays. Hyde Concrete, Pasadena, MD
Take a break around this concrete countertop with waterfall edge. In the Mix Artistic Decorative Concrete LLC, Charlotte Hall, MD
Enjoy a lovely brunch outside on your stained concrete patio. Artesano Decorative Concrete, Gaithersburg, MD
Polished concrete is the perfect way to make this finished basement look great. Sunworks Decorative Concrete, LLC, Serving PA & MD
Imagine setting up your office on a vibrant epoxy floor. Stockwell Maintenance Systems, Inc, MD, PA, VA
A stained and polished floor in a local restaurant. Rose Restoration, Pasadena, MD
Gather around the concrete countertops in this family kitchen. Integrity Concrete LLC, DE, MD, NJ, PA
Make a statement with a stamped concrete driveway. Worldwide Concrete, Pasadena, MD
A Stamped and stained concrete pool deck at a neighborhood home. Smart Concrete Solutions, LLC, Lutherville-Timonium, MD
Relax with a great conversation on this stamped concrete patio. Nature Boys Landscape & Construction, Inc, Boonsboro, MD
Whether you are walking through the National Aquarium, visiting a national memorial site, or having a cookout on your patio with friends, it is likely that you have seen decorative concrete being used. No longer viewed as boring and grey, concrete has become as versatile as it is durable. Concrete contractors in Baltimore have a history of providing quality work that helps bring personality to any project you have.
The benefits of professional concrete service:
While some projects are possible to complete as a DIY, in order to make sure your project turns out the way you want, on time and without many mistakes, we recommend using a concrete contractor. Since concrete is such a long-lasting material, we want to make sure that you are happy with your project results for years to come.
Where can I find a concrete contractor?
You can use the Concrete Network directory to help you find the best contractor for your project. The directory allows you to view pictures of past work, contact them directly, and even request free estimates. Whether you are looking to install or repair an existing driveway, stain your existing concrete floors, or put concrete countertops in your kitchen or bathroom, you’ll be able to find a great contractor near you.
What should I look for when searching for a contractor?
Selecting your contractor is an important step in your process. Here are some things to consider asking a contractor when making your decision:
Questions to ask a potential concrete contractor:
- Do you have a portfolio of your past jobs that I can see?
- How long have you been working in the Baltimore area?
- Have your done any projects similar to this one?
- How long does a project like this usually take?
- What type of progress reports can I expect?
- Do you see any potential issues with the job site?
Cost of concrete work
Just as your project can vary in detail and size, so too can the cost of the work. As you go through the process of deciding on a contractor, we recommend that you speak to several, while getting multiple quotes, so that you can compare prices. Many of the contractors listed here offer free estimates.
Top concrete services in Baltimore
- Concrete patios
- Concrete walkways
- Concrete pool decks
- Concrete driveways
- Stamped concrete
- Concrete floors
- Stained concrete
- Concrete countertops
- Polished concrete
- Concrete maintenance
- Concrete resurfacing
- Colored concrete
- Concrete furniture
- Finished basements
- Concrete repair
Additional service areas:
Annapolis, Dundalk, Essex, Towson, Columbia, Catonsville, Bel Air South, Eldersburg
Get More Information: Read more about Decorative Concrete on The Concrete Network. You’ll also find concrete photo galleries for decorative applications such as stamped concrete, acid etch staining, concrete floors, countertops, patios, and polished concrete. Research decorative concrete treatments like sealing, coloring, maintenance, and more.