1. Estimate by Sales
2. Project Design
3. Down Payment / Order Materials
4. Crew arrives
5. Job Site Setup (remove / fill)
6. Prep surface suitable for Concrete
7. Set Forms
8. Final Compaction at Base Grade and Double check Forms for proper flow / drainage for water to drain properly
9. Place your Concrete!
We recommend against using Ice Melt and the like, because it eats the concrete. We recommend actually using Bird Seed (it helps feed the birds and works remarkably well for traction), the only eating should be done by wildlife and your family!
If you have standard foot traffic, that will be fine if you stay away from the edges, after 1 day.
If you want to drive on it, you'll have to wait 7 days.
They are spread across HomeAdvisor.com, and we are gathering them from other places. HomeAdvisor is the place where most people have opted to post reviews. We understand people's busy schedules!
Yes we can, however, the ground must be above 32 degrees so we can do a couple different things as necessary: We either use Ground Thaw System we have, and/or we add additives to the concrete such as hot water, Calcium, and cover the concrete with blankets.