Concrete flatwork is a broad category of concrete projects that basically includes any project involving concrete that is done flat on the ground. This kind of work can be used in many different applications and across the board form residential applications to commercial applications. Many things could be considered flatwork, and here at Westminster Concrete Pros, there are lots of options that you have in front of you. Our services when it comes to concrete flatwork are not limited to the services listed below. This is just a starting point and we can work with you to make your ideas come to fruition.
There are lots of reasons why you might want to install a sidewalk on or around your property. Sidewalks show people where they should walk, be it for safety reasons or aesthetics. Keeping your employees, customers, friends and family members safe is of course the highest priority. But sidewalks can also be used in order to thoughtfully create a way for people to explore your landscape or intricately connect buildings together. We start by creating a map of your property. Then, we work with you to discuss and decide what the best placement for the sidewalk will be based on your needs and the budget that you have available.
Creating a dynamic outdoor living space starts with a patio. Using concrete as the base for a patio is simple, easy and sturdy. Concrete will last a long time and stand up against elements such as rain, wind and other corrosive events. Concrete is easily decorated and can be made to look like almost any material that you like. This makes it a great choice for patio flooring, as it can be changed according to your taste and the style of your outdoor living space.
Although ramps are not found flat against the ground, they are a flat surface that is created at an incline. Ramps can be very important for commercial settings in that it creates accessibility and utility much easier. Building a ramp will involve the pouring of much more concrete, and will be pricier than a sidewalk addition. If your need for a ramp outweighs this one drawback, then give us a call. We will evaluate your building and take into consideration the placement that you desire for your ramp.
Another way to make utilizing your facility easier and more accessible for employees and customers is to install a pad of concrete beneath your dumpster. This makes the area easy to clean, so it won’t build up a nasty odor, and marks out exactly where the dumpsters belong so that they don’t get moved around.