Washington DC Concrete Contractors Near Me
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Working with concrete companies in Washington D.C.
Stained concrete floors at the Washington Nationals team store. Sundek of Washington, DC, MD, VA
Come home and relax on this resurfaced concrete patio. Tri-State Concrete Coatings, Inc, Middletown, MD
The concrete overlay at the Pandora Jewelry headquarters makes for an upscale design. Hyde Concrete, Pasadena, MD
A custom concrete countertop with a hand laid river of colored stones. In The Mix-Artistic Decorative Concrete, Inc, Charlotte Hall, MD
A stained and stamped concrete driveway at a neighborhood home. Artesano Decorative Concrete, Gaithersburg, MD
An epoxy coated floor at a local business. Stockwell Maintenance Systems, Inc, MD, PA, VA
Polished concrete of a local office space. Rose Restoration, Fairfax, VA
Enjoy the polished floors in this modern home. The Concrete Artisans, VA, DC, MD
The polished floors of this grocery store are not only beautiful, but easy to clean. Contract Flooring & Design, Inc, NC, SC, VA, MD, DC
A textured overlay helps reduce the risk of slipping in this warehouse. Dragon Scale Flooring, Laurel, MD
Customize your concrete floors with stenciled patterns. Heidelberg Construction, LLC, DC, MD, and VA
Relax poolside with family and friends on this stamped concrete pool deck. HM Concrete Design, Rockville, MD
Concrete floor coating in a nearby home. Washington Marble Polishing, Beltsville, MD
Finish your kitchen remodel with a custom concrete countertop. Americrete, LLC, MD and DC
An epoxy coat finish makes for a very unique space. Concrete, Etc, Rockville, MD
An epoxy coating on your finished basement floor can bring just the right amount of personality. Reimagine Concrete, DC, IN, MD, VA
Washington DC is a thriving city, full of many types of professionals and people looking to make a lasting difference. Known mostly for its museums and government buildings, DC has a rich history. Many people visit these destinations and don’t even realize there’s decorative concrete everywhere. Both in residential and public spaces, concrete contractors help bring individuality to our nation’s capital.
What are some ways to use concrete to make it unique?
Decorative concrete can be used on many surfaces including, your outdoor patio, your barbeque countertops, or even the floors inside your home or business. By offering a variety of color, texture and pattern options it is customizable to your liking. Its versatility makes it look great, while also offering strength, durability and ease-of-care when sited, sealed and maintained correctly.
Concrete staining a process that allows the concrete to take on a new color. Stains come in a variety of colors, which allow you to move away from the traditional grey. Most often, these colors are earth tones which give the concrete surface a more natural look. There are also coloring options that allow you to go beyond the standard earth tones and bring a more vibrant color to your design. Be aware that stains are semi-transparent, and are designed to enhance the look of the concrete, not hide flaws.
SUNDEK of Washington
Stamped concrete gives you a high-end look in a cost-effective manner. It is often called textured or imprinted concrete. Stamping gives your contractor the ability to replicate different types of materials such as flagstone, tile, brick or even wood. Since it comes in a variety of patterns, this is a great choice for your driveway, patio, or pool deck.
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Used in residential and commercial spaces alike, polished concrete brings floors to a smooth finish, with a bit of a shine. Many retailers and office spaces (as well as some homeowners) have taken to using this technique because it is beautiful and easy to maintain. Polished concrete also helps lower energy needs because its reflective surface makes the space brighter, and reduces artificial lighting needs.
What is the difference between having a concrete overlay installed and having new concrete poured?
If you are remodeling a DC property, don’t assume you have to tear out and replace the old concrete. Many contractors can apply a decorative concrete coating (overlay) right on top of the existing concrete surface. This process is also called resurfacing and can be used to address cracks, flaking, spalling, discoloration or other surface damage. If you do not have an existing surface, you’ll need to have new concrete poured.
Where can I find a concrete contractor?
Use the Concrete Network directory for an easy way to find a contractor. No matter what your project may be, from repairing or pouring a driveway or patio, installing countertops in your kitchen or bathroom, staining your existing concrete floors, or any other concrete construction service, you’ll be able to find the right fit. Browse images of each company’s work, contact them directly, and request quotes.
The benefit of professional concrete service is:
- Their knowledge and expertise can limit errors
- Their skills can provide a more professional finished product
- Their experience means the project will be completed quickly
How do I know if a contractor is trustworthy?
To make sure you are happy with how your project turns out, start by choosing the right fit for you. When making this decision, here are some things to consider when speaking to a contractor:
Questions to ask a potential concrete contractor:
- Do you have a portfolio that I can see?
- How long have you been working in the Washington DC area?
- Have you done work like this before?
- What is the typical timeframe for a project like this?
- As the project progresses, what updates will I receive?
- Do you have any potential concerns with the job site?
Cost of concrete work
Depending on the size and detail of your project, costs can vary greatly. It is recommended that you get a few quotes in order to compare prices before deciding on your contractor. Nearly all of the contractors that you will find here offer free estimates.
Top concrete services in Washington DC
- Concrete maintenance
- Concrete patios
- Concrete walkways
- Concrete pool decks
- Concrete driveways
- Concrete floors
- Polished concrete
- Stained concrete
- Concrete countertops
- Stamped concrete
- Concrete resurfacing
- Colored concrete
- Concrete furniture
- Finished basements
- Concrete repair
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