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Asked Questions

Q: Are you insured?

A: Yes we cary Insurance.

Q: Are concrete and cement the same thing?

A: They are not the same thing, however, many use the terms interchangeably. Cement is used to make concrete. Cement is mixed with various aggregates and water is added, it then turns into a mass that becomes hardened and is called concrete.

Q: How long does concrete take to cure?

A: Concrete gets stronger and stronger as time goes on. But, as far as we're concerned, to reach a practical strength, most industrial concrete mixes have a 28 day curing period.

Q: How soon after pouring concrete can you walk on it?

A: 24 hours - Please keep vehicles, children, pets, and yourself off of your newly poured concrete for the next 24 hours. After 24 hours, you can walk on your newly poured concrete, but avoid dragging your feet, 'doing the twist', or allowing your pets to walk on it as their claws can scuff the concrete.