End of 2012 Prices

We would like to announce some special prices for the Fall and Winter of 2012.

Pea Gravel Concrete PatioPatios:

  • 20×20 – $1060.00
  • 32×14 – $1188.00

Grey concrete drivewayDriveways:

  • 60×12 – $1908.00
  • 80×10 – $2120.00
  • 60×16 – $2420.00

5 foot wide sidwalkSidewalk and Steps:

  • 45×5 & 3 steps – $1050

We also do garage slabs, decorative concrete, and resurfacing. Contact us through this site or give us a call.

615 358-7436 or 615 498-9507

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Garage Slab

This is a recent 24′ x 24′ garage slab that we poured.

There were some obstacles we faced in order to get this garage slab poured. First, the homeowner had an existing concrete aggregate driveway that we couldn’t pull a gravel truck or a concrete truck on, so that meant we would have to haul or pump the concrete a hundred feet from the road. Although this is not an ideal situation from a concrete guys standpoint, we have “been there and done that” dozens of times. It just took a little more work and a little more time than normal but all turned out well.

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Stamped Concrete

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A few months ago we poured some concrete inside of a pole barn. One half of the barn was exposed aggregate, but the other half was going to be used as office space so the customer wanted something a little nicer. We ended up using a regular 3500 psi mix, but opted to stamp the concrete. It turned out great. Take a look.

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Concrete Driveway Extension

Unless you build a house yourself, and know your specific needs, you will most likely have things that need to be changed around your home to suit your lifestyle. We recently poured an aggregate driveway extension just south of Nashville in Thompson Station, TN that is a perfect example.

pea_gravel_driveway.jpgThe homeowner has a nice pull behind camper, and although he has a nice sized pea gravel turnaround leading into his garage, the turnaround became very small and cramped when he parked his camper there. The homeowner decided to simply extend his concrete turnaround to create the much needed room for the family camper.

There was quite a bit of slope in the ground beside his turnaround, so going too wide with the driveway extension was out of the question. The homeowner decided to extend his turnaround just about the width of his camper. This would get the camper out of the way and give the family their turnaround space back.

aggegrate.driveway.jpgBecause the slope was so drastic, the homeowner opted to turn down the concrete versus building up with gravel. The camper weighs alot so he was concerned about strength. Not only did turning down the concrete create strength, but it really gives a finished look to that high side of the concrete turnaround because it’s exposed aggregate as well.

For even more strength we poured the overall slab five inches thick and reinforced it with wire and with rebar in the front, which is a weak area and prone to cracking. We also tied it to the existing concrete turnaround by doweling half inch rebar into the concrete.

The home was at least 10 years old and oftentimes it’s hard to exactly match aggregate when you are spanning that kind of time gap. Rock that was used 10 years ago may not be exactly the same size or color as the rock a concrete company is using today. The rock ended up being a little smaller, and to the trained eye there is a difference, but all in all it was a pretty good match

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