FAQs

How long have you been in business?
We have been incorporated in the State of Pennsylvania since 1993 and have since incorporated in the State of Georgia.

Do you belong to any professionalorganizations?
Yes, some of our affiliations include The Pennsylvania Concrete Promotion Council, American Concrete Institute, New Jersey Concrete & Aggregate Association, Home Builders Association of Bucks/Montgomery Counties, Associated Builders,Northeast SPA & Pool Association (NESPA), American Institute of Architects (AIA), American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) and Contractors, Inc. (Southeast Pennsylvania Chapter)

Are you insured?
Yes. We maintain substantial levels of general liability, automobile, excess liability, and workers compensation insurance at all times.

Do you specialize in low, mid, or high priced projects?
We are fortunate to work on a wide gamut of projects. Individual projects begin at our company minimum of $4,000 and have exceeded $2.5 Million.

Do you warranty your work?
All of our projects have a standard warranty period. We warrant for a period of (1) year from date of completion, that all materials furnished and all work performed, will be free of defects. Concrete installation between November 15th and March 31st will carry a 5 year warranty.

How long will the work take?
Once construction begins the process normally takes between 4-7 business days. Day 1-2 (set-up) Day 3-4 (pour) Day 6-7(wash and seal). This allows for schedule fluctuation.

Who will supervise the crew?
Each crew will have a Foreman on site. All Foremen are overseen by our Operations Superintendent. Also, owner Chris Mcmahon will inspect each job for quality control.

What products can be used safely during the winter season to prevent icy conditions?
It is always important to read the manufacturer's product claims and directions. To be sure, we offer a professional Ice Melter with Freezeguard that can be purchased at our warehouse for $15.00 per 50 pound bag.

Will my concrete crack?
Concrete does crack. However, your concrete will be saw cut to control cracking. Occasionally, some hairline cracking outside the control cuts does occur. This is totally normal and does not affect the integrity of your concrete.

When is the most affordable time to schedule work?
The most affordable time to schedule concrete work is from July - Mid September.

When is the best time of year for concrete to be placed?
Concrete dries through a hydration process and continues to harden as long as the concrete stays moist, therefore the best time to pour would be October - May. Concrete can be poured as long as the ground itself is not frozen.