We were called out to give services to a customer in Minneapolis. The customer was wanting his current asphalt driveway to be a concrete driveway. We arrived promptly and immediately started to remove the asphalt driveway. Once we successfully removed the asphalt, we prepped the surface and began working on installing the concrete driveway. It took our team two days from start to finish to complete the driveway installation. We had the customer come out and take a look at the driveway, which he loved! We asked the customer how he heard about our company, and he said he did a search on Google, and we were rated #1, so he selected us. We found out later that the customer went back and left us a review that said, “A. Pietig did an excellent job installing my new concrete driveway. They performed in a professional manner, showed up on time both days, and gave me a price that I could afford. I highly recommend A. Pietig as they did an excellent job.”
A.Pietig would like to thank you for trusting us with your driveway, and home. We have over sixty years of excellent experience in concrete driveways. We wanted to let you know that we also offer other concrete services, which include; concrete driveways, patios, sidewalks, and all concrete, brick, stone and all foundation projects. Contact A. Pietig for all your concrete and foundation needs.
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What factors can influence the price of concrete?
There are several factors to be considered in the price of a concrete driveway. One of the factors is the materials, including the sand, cement, and water, which are a few ingredients whose prices fluctuate. If you see a rise in price of these materials, then it will influence your concrete pricing. Lumber and steel are also included in this, as these materials are needed to create your concrete. One factor that drastically will influence the price of concrete is crude oil. If crude oil is high in price, then you can expect to pay at least $6.00 per square foot for concrete.
The concrete driveway cost is also influenced on how the contractor you hire will install the concrete. Will the contractor manually mix, and then pour the concrete, or will the contractor use equipment? If the contractor uses equipment, this will alter influence the cost, along with the labor and the amount of workers that the contractor uses.
The size of the area and what you want done will influence your total concrete cost. If you are putting a new walkway in and there needs to be clearing of trees or shrubs, then of course this will be added into the cost. You cannot expect a contractor to remove these items or any other items for free. This involves workers, equipment, and time – all components are factored into your concrete cost.
There are many things that can influence the cost of concrete. Asking many questions to your potential contractor will help in letting you know an approximate cost of the concrete. A contractor will go over what you are wanting and needing to happen with the concrete and then go from there. The contractor will give you many different options that will allow you to pick and choose the best concrete for your home. The best thing about concrete is that it is maintenance free. You don’t have to spend a lot of time working on your concrete. Once the concrete is installed, you can expect it to last for the majority of the time that you own your home. When you are ready to have concrete added to your home, you can go over some of the things that can influence the cost of the concrete.
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