Fort Worth Concrete Contractors Near Me
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Working with concrete companies in Ft. Worth
Concrete Cosmetics applied a coating to this pool deck, stairs, and patio surface. Concrete Cosmetics, Crowley, Tx
A stained concrete walkway by Elite Concrete Solutions, LLC. Elite Concrete Solutions, LLC, Ft Worth & surrounding cities
A custom stained floor by Transitional Stains. Transitional Stains, Fort Worth - Arlington
A stained living-room floor by K-Stone. K-Stone, San Antonio, TX
A polished floor by ProGreen Polished Concrete. Progreen Polished Concrete, TX, OK
A polished concrete restaurant floor by Raley’s Decorative Concrete Specialist. Raley’s Decorative Concrete Specialist, Arlington, TX
A polished garage floor by Decorative Concrete Inc. Decorative Concrete Inc, Fort Worth, TX
Stamped concrete living room floor by Absolute Concrete Artisans. Absolute Concrete Artisans, Granbury - Ft Worth areas
An outdoor concrete fireplace by Sarche' Concrete Design. Sarche’ Concrete Design, DFW, Houston, Austin
Beauty and culture abound in Fort Worth. Within a 5-mile radius you can visit the Fort Worth Botanic Garden, the Modern Art Museum, the Museum of Science and History, Trinity Park, a Japanese garden, Fort Worth Zoo, and more. Visiting these locations often leave people feeling inspired and with a desire beautify their own spaces. If you’re looking to make updates to your home or outdoor areas, consider choosing decorative concrete.
Why is decorative concrete an ideal material?
It’s durable. It’s used in a variety of locations ranging from bathroom floors that get a lot of foot traffic to driveways that bear a lot of weight.
It’s long lasting. For example, a walkway that is constructed with pavers will need to be adjusted every so often since pavers will get knocked out of place. A wood patio is susceptible to damage from water and termites. Concrete lasts a very long time when it’s sited and cared for properly.
It’s surprisingly easy to maintain. When concrete is sealed with a high-quality sealer, it’s less likely to soak up spills than other materials. (Ask your contractor how to best maintain your surface.)
Decorative concrete is a good solution for people with bad allergies as it doesn’t attract and house dust mites and other allergens.
How to find a decorative concrete contractor in the Fort Worth area
If you’re looking for a contractor in the Fort Worth area, check out our directory. Concrete Network connects customers with contractors, but we’re not a middle man-you can call the contractor directly without having to go through us first. We recommend choosing a few contractors that seem like a good fit and then speaking with them before deciding who will do your concrete work.
Before contacting concrete companies, do your due diligence:
- Check their Better Business Bureau rating.
- Look through their photos of previous projects.
- Read customer reviews.
Before meeting with a decorative concrete contractor:
You will have to make a few decisions. First, decide on what you want your project to be, you can gather design ideas to give to the contractor in order to plan your project. Finally, establish your budget and timeframe that you want the project to meet.
During your meeting with contractors, ask important questions before requesting a free estimate:
- Can I see a portfolio of your work?
- How many years of experience do you have in the Fort Worth area?
- Have you completed a similar project before?
- What is the estimated time frame to complete this project?
- Do you provide updates as the project is completed?
- Do you see any potential problems with this job site?
- What is the required maintenance?
Top concrete services in the Fort Worth-Arlington area:
- Stained concrete
- Concrete patios
- Concrete walkways
- Concrete pool decks
- Concrete driveways
- Indoor concrete floors
- Polished concrete
- Stamped concrete
- Concrete countertops
- Concrete resurfacing
- Pouring concrete
- Concrete maintenance
- Retaining walls
- Pervious concrete
- Concrete repair
More service areas:
Arlington, Crowley, Edgecliff Village, Granbury, Forest Hill, Fort Worth, Kennedale, Melody Hills, and surrounding areas.
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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.