Miami Concrete Contractors Near Me
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Working with concrete companies in Miami
Stained concrete with a high gloss sealer at a shopping mall. GLC3 Concrete - Plantation, FL
Stained concrete floor and custom concrete counter top at a local bar. It’s A Work of Art - West Palm Beach, FL
Stamped concrete pool deck at a local home. Select Coatings, Inc - Boynton Beach, FL
Concrete floor coating at a nearby office. Concrete Restoration by Dave Delaney - Royal Palm Beach, FL
Custom concrete table in a neighborhood home. Price Concrete Studio - FL, GA, NC
Stained and patterned concrete driveway of a private home. All Floors Restoration - Miami, FL
Epoxy concrete coating of a sitting area at an area business. National Concrete Polishing - All of Florida
Sleek custom concrete sink in new bathroom remodel. NVRNMNT - Southern FL
Polished concrete floor with a custom stained graphic. Polish-Crete - South Florida
Modern custom concrete stairs in a private residence. Alternative Constructors - Broward County, FL
Polished concrete floor of a local furniture store. Concrete Master USA - Miami-Broward-Palm Beach
Concrete patio with stain to look like hard wood at a local home. Special Concrete Solutions LLC - Miami, FL
The sights and sound of Miami are unique and vibrant. The city's culture brings a sense of personal style. This is often reflected in the music, colors and architecture of the city. From the Art Deco District to the private homes, concrete contractors are able to bring a special look to each project through the colors, textures and patterns of decorative concrete.
Decorative concrete options
Decorative concrete is not just used outdoors for patios and driveways anymore. Concrete can be used in a variety of ways. It can be used inside your home or business as a flooring option, or even as a countertop in your kitchen.
Indoor Floors: Polished, stained and epoxy coating floors can bring a modern touch to the floors in your home. With a number of colors to choose from, your project can truly reflect your own personality. Polished concrete looks great and is a low maintenance surface that reduces the allergens in your home, and allows for easy cleanup if you have pets.
Custom Countertops: Many concrete contractors are using their high-quality skills to bring a custom touch to your kitchen, bathroom, or outdoor barbeque. Countertops are often custom built to the project needs and help bring a finishing touch that is sure to make an impact.
What is stamped concrete?
Stamped concrete brings texture and a sense of design to any project. Used at either residential or commercial properties, throughout Miami, it replicates stone, tile, brick or even wood. With a wide variety of colors and patterns, stamped concrete can look very natural.
Surfaces that can be stamped
Special Concrete Solutions, LLC
With the stamping and color options available, not only will your patio be durable, but it will be beautiful as well. Stamping and coloring your patio with a natural stone or wood pattern will be the ultimate accent to bring your entertainment space together.
Select Coatings, Inc
Concrete Pool Decks
When properly sealed, stamped concrete pool decks will resist harsh pool chemicals, constant water exposure and fading. While no more slippery than other materials, you can always improve the traction by having your contractor mix a non-skid grit additive into the sealer.
All Floors Restoration, Inc
Achieving the right curb appeal to compliment your home is possible with a stamped driveway. While the same options of patterns and colors are available, the fact that your driveway can be poured or pumped into place, makes it a more cost-effective option than most other materials. This allows you to use the money you save to be used on other landscaping projects.
Stamped concrete maintenance
Stamped concrete surfaces can last for decades when properly installed and maintained. Color hardeners used during the stamping process provide additional benefits of making the concrete stronger and more resistant to water penetration and scuffs. In order to properly take care of you surface you will need to sweep and wash the surface by using a hose, a push broom and mild detergent. You will also have to reseal the concrete every 2-3 years, as weather and use can deteriorate the original seal over time.
Top concrete services in Miami
- Concrete maintenance
- Polished concrete
- Concrete patios
- Concrete walkways
- Concrete pool decks
- Concrete driveways
- Concrete floors
- Stained concrete
- Concrete countertops
- Stamped concrete
- Colored concrete
- Concrete resurfacing
- Concrete furniture
- Concrete repair
- Concrete slabs & foundations
Choosing a contractor
Selecting the right contractor for you and your project is key to making sure that you are happy with the end result. To help you through that process, here are a couple of helpful tips:
Questions to ask
- Can I see a portfolio of work?
- How many years of experience do you have in the Miami area?
- Have you done this particular type of work before?
- How long does it generally take to complete this type of construction project?
- What updates will I get as the project is completed?
- Do you see any potential concerns with this job site?
Cost of concrete
We recommend getting a few quotes in order to compare prices, before deciding on your contractor. Costs can vary greatly depending on the size and detail of your project. Nearly all of the contractors that you will find here offer free estimates.
More service areas
Kendall, Homestead, Key Largo, The Keys, Hialeah and more
Additional nearby contractors
West Palm Beach, Pompano Beach, and Ft. Lauderdale Florida
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