Customer Care of Concrete
Do not drive on new concrete for 7-10 days.
Do not allow water to drain beneath the slab. Settlement cracks may develop.
Do not apply deicing chemicals (salt) for snow and ice removal. As alternative sand can be used for traction. WARNING: Never use deicers containing ammonium sulfate or ammonium nitrate (fertilizers). These products are known to aggressively attack concrete.
Apply a high quality sealer. We recommend sealing your new concrete every year for the first two years and every three years thereafter.
For stain removal do not use harsh acids. Use a product specifically designed for the stain on concrete. In the fall leaves can stain your concrete if left on too long. Keep your concrete as free from debris as possible. Most stains of this type will fade over time from the ultra violet sunrays.
Concrete Warranty and Customer Information
At C&C Concrete Construction, LLC we try very hard to ensure many years of long lasting and high quality concrete flatwork in and around your home. Whether it is your driveway, sidewalk, patio, garage or basement floor we will do everything possible to satisfy you as a customer.
Our employees are trained to form, pour and finish concrete to the highest of industry standards.
We work very close with our suppliers to keep up with the latest products to provide you with the highest quality materials.
We offer several types of finishes. Our most common is a Granite mix with a light broom finish. We also have a variety of stamped finish patterns. We can do this with plain concrete or with a color added to the concrete. An exposed aggregate finish with ¾” rock is another option.
Yes-concrete may crack. We take every possible preventative measure to eliminate any cracking by pouring a high performance Granite mix 4000psi concrete, installing rebar, control joints that exceed industry standards and applying a high grade sealer to your concrete surface. We would like to but are unable to control elements of weather, freeze/thaw cycles, drought, possible land movement and excessive weight.
There is NO GUARANTEE that concrete will not crack.
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