What concrete companies in Long Island can do
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Custom concrete sink and counter in a local restroom. OSO Industries - Brooklyn, NY
Gorgeous wood-form island countertop in a kitchen. JM Lifestyles - Randolph, NJ
Contemporary polished concrete floor inside Plain Goods in New Preston, Connecticut Econcrete - NY, NJ, SC
Concrete river in custom retail counter. Element East - Montauk, NY
From the world-famous Coney Island to the Hamptons, Long Island is home to most of New York City’s population. Many of the counties on the island continue to attract businesses and residents alike. Whether you are a long time resident, or new to the area, and you want to show off your unique style, decorative concrete is a great option for you.
Concrete contractors are able to bring a new look to your home or business. Through the many colors, patterns and textures, concrete is no longer just strong and durable. It is now versatile and beautiful.
What is stamped concrete?
Stamped concrete brings texture and a sense of design to any project. Used at either residential or commercial properties, throughout Long Island, 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
Premier Polishing Corp
Concrete Patios and Pool Decks
With the stamping and color options available, not only will your patio or pool deck be durable, but it will be beautiful as well. Stamping and coloring your outdoor entertainment space with a natural stone or wood pattern will be the ultimate accent to bring your entertainment space together.
Concrete Impressions, Inc.
Achieving the right curb appeal to compliment your home is possible with a stamped driveway. Updating your driveway with stamped concrete is a cost-effective option because it can be poured or pumped into place, and decorated with an array of colors and patterns. This allows you to use the money you save 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 your 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.
Why pick concrete floors?
Decorative concrete can bring color, and design into your home in a budget-friendly way. Additionally, polished concrete floors are pet friendly and easy to clean. As a further benefit, concrete floors do not attract dust mites, or trap dander, fleas or mites, and are resistant to stains and odors, unlike carpet.
What should you consider when choosing a concrete contractor?
Selecting the right contractor for 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 tips:
Questions to ask
- Can I see a portfolio of work?
- How many years of experience do you have in the Long Island 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 underway?
- 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.
Where can I find a concrete contractor?
If you need concrete services like repairing or pouring a driveway, installing countertops in your kitchen or bathroom remodel, or even polishing your existing concrete floors, you can use the Concrete Network directory to browse images of each company’s work, contact them directly, and request quotes.
Top concrete services in Long Island
- Polished concrete
- Concrete floors
- Stamped concrete
- Concrete patios
- Concrete walkways
- Concrete pool decks
- Concrete driveways
- Concrete countertops
- Colored concrete
- Stained concrete
- Concrete maintenance
- Concrete resurfacing
- Concrete repair
- Concrete furniture
- Concrete slabs & foundations
Additional service areas:
Westbury, Montauk, Levittown, Melville
More contractors nearby:
New York, Manhattan, The Bronx, Westchester, Rockland, and Staten Island New York
Waterbury-New Haven-Stamford and Southwestern Connecticut
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.