Minneapolis Concrete Contractors Near Me
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Minneapolis decorative concrete ideas
A stained concrete promenade at Target Field greets the fans for the ballgame. Bulach Custom Rock, Inver Grove Heights, MN
A stamped concrete driveway makes for the perfect entrance to this neighborhood home. Lowell Russell Concrete Inc, Lakeville, MN
A local Target remodels with polished concrete. Concrete Arts, Hudson, WI
This resurfaced concrete patio is a great place to relax. Polished Concrete Plus, Rice, MN
Polished floors look great and are easy to maintain and clean. Concrete Treatments, Inc, MN-ND
Polished concrete helps give a new sleek, modern look at this retail store. Sterling Diamond Polish, Brooklyn Center, MN
This rustic kitchen used textured concrete to bring the look together. Urban Concrete Works, Richfield, MN
Enjoy time with friends and family in this finished basement with concrete overlay and acid stained floors. Asfeld Construction INC, Minneapolis, MN
Stamped concrete pool deck at a nearby home. Solid Rock Custom Concrete, LLC, New Richmond, WI
Step up to the custom concrete countertops at Bauhaus Brew Labs. Living Stone Concrete Design, Lake Elmo, MN
Stained concrete floors make a bold statement in this reception area. Big City Surfaces, Inc, Minneapolis/St Paul
Concrete contractors are helping shape the look of Minneapolis. As new, modern buildings continue to enter the skyline, the unique style and personality of the city develops more. Whether on the stained concrete veranda waiting to enter Target Field, or wandering from store to store on the polished concrete floors at The Mall of America, decorative concrete has become a big part of the growth of Minneapolis.
What are some things to do to concrete to make it unique?
Decorative concrete is a versatile option for your project. Whether you are using it for your outdoor patio, your barbeque countertops, or even the floors inside your home, it can be customized to fit your project. Choose from a variety of color, texture and pattern options. While looking great, it also offers strength, durability and easy maintenance when installed, sealed and maintained properly.
Lowell Russell Concrete, Inc
Stamped concrete is often called textured or imprinted concrete. It is a great choice for your driveway, patio, or pool deck, as it comes in a wide variety of textures and patterns. Stamped concrete is used to replicate different types of materials such as flagstone, tile, brick or even wood. Stamping is a cost-effective way to get a high-end look.
Bulach Custom Rock
Staining is a process that allows the concrete to take on a color other than the traditional grey. Many choose to use stains that have more natural tones, so that they can match the surroundings. Additionally, there are coloring options that go beyond the natural colors and bring vibrancy to your design. Stains are semi-transparent, and are designed to enhance the look of the concrete, not hide the flaws.
Polished Concrete Plus
Polished concrete is the process of bringing a floor to a smooth finish with a bit of shine. It is used in residential and commercial spaces alike. Those that use this treatment find it easy to maintain and beautiful. Because of its sheen, it reduces the artificial lighting needs within your space, making it more energy efficient.
What’s the benefit of professional concrete service?
While you may be thinking of going the DIY route for your concrete project, hiring a pro offers these distinct advantages:
- Less errors - A contractor’s knowledge and expertise can limit mistakes
- Best finished product - Their skills can provide the desired professional result
- Fast turnaround - The project will be finished quicker because of their experience
What should you consider when choosing a concrete contractor?
When choosing a contractor for your project you may want to consider asking a few questions to make sure you find the right fit.
A sample of the questions you might ask, are:
Questions to ask before hiring a concrete company
- Do you have any pictures of past projects that I can see?
- Can you provide me with a sample or mockup?
- How long have you been working in the Minneapolis area?
- Have you done this type of work before?
- What’s the expected timeline for this project?
- What communication will I receive throughout the project?
- Do you have any concerns with the job site?
Check their reviews
Combined, the companies listed here have more than 70 5-star reviews and we monitor their ratings with the Better Business Bureau.
Here are a few sample reviews:
Bulach Custom Rock
All I can say is If you want the VERY BEST in concrete work, Look No Further. I have seen a lot of concrete jobs performed in our Saint Paul Mac/Groveland neighborhood and There Is No Comparison! I have had Compliment after Compliment, People that walk by say it looks Beautiful! Thank you Eberhard Bulach and Jim Turitto.
- 5 star review from Tom M. on Google
Lowell Russell Concrete
Lowell Russell Concrete recently installed a new driveway at my home and they did an excellent job. The work was near perfect. The workers were well mannered and didn't leave a mess behind when they were done. And they were so fast! They tore out the old asphalt and poured the new concrete same day. Overall a great experience, proffesionally done.
- 5 star review from Tetiana R. on Google
Hired these guys to do our pool area. Super impressed. They did what they they said they would do. A little expensive but you get what you pay for. Our deck is only outshined by the pool. Happy customers.
- 5 star review from Sean W. on Google
Living Stone Concrete Design LLC
The team at Living Stone Concrete Design did a phenomenal job making a very particular front desk for me. It was a challenging job as I had a very limited space to work with. In addition to being able to make the concrete desk with limited space and very precise measurements, they also did a fantastic job getting my intricate logo carved into the front of my desk.
- Recommendation from Brandon B. on Facebook
Big City Surfaces
Brad and team did an outstanding job for me on a strip and re-seal project. Even more impressive given a tight move-in timeline. He was recommended by my HOA for which he's the preferred vendor for concrete floor projects (i.e. new and maintenance). A few things to expect when working with Big City Surfaces: (1) great communication and customer service; (2) super competitive and reasonable prices, and (3) quality workmanship.
- 5 star review from Steve S. on Yelp
Cost of concrete work
It is always best practice to get a couple of quotes in order to compare prices. Costs can vary greatly depending on the size and detail of your project. Nearly all of the contractors listed here offer free estimates where they’ll come out to your home or business.
Where can I find a concrete contractor?
You can use the Concrete Network directory to find a concrete contractor. Through the directory, you will have access to pictures of their work, the ability to contact them directly, and can request free quotes. The contractors in the directory offer a variety of concrete services including, repairing or pouring a driveway, installing countertops in your kitchen or bathroom, or even polishing your existing concrete floors.
Top concrete services in Minneapolis
- Concrete floors
- Polished concrete
- Stained concrete
- Concrete patios
- Concrete walkways
- Concrete pool decks
- Concrete driveways
- Concrete maintenance
- Concrete countertops
- Colored concrete
- Stamped concrete
- Concrete resurfacing
- Finished basements
- Concrete furniture
- Concrete repair
Service areas include:
Saint Paul, Roseville, Blaine, Bloomington, Maple Grove, Eden Prairie, Minnetonka and more
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