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Comprehensive Concrete Replacement Services

Transform your home or property with our expert concrete replacement services. We understand the critical role a driveway, sidewalk, or patio plays in the functionality of your property and its aesthetic appeal. Our dedicated approach infuses quality, durability, and style into every replacement project, ensuring a smooth, reliable surface that stands the test of time.

Why Replace Your Concrete?

Homeowners often wonder whether they should replace their concrete or not. There are several reasons why you should consider replacing your concrete:

  • Your concrete is old – Concrete usually lasts 20 to 30 years, and after that, it starts showing signs of wear and tear. As a result, the driveway, sidewalk, or patio might become cracked, stained, or pitted, making it look unattractive.
  • Your concrete is damaged – Damaged concrete can be a safety hazard. Cracks, unevenness, and potholes are trip hazards. Additionally, uneven concrete surfaces are also known to cause damage to vehicles over time, resulting in costly repairs.
  • You want your home to look more attractive – A new concrete driveway or sidewalk can significantly increase a home’s curb appeal. For example, a neat and well-maintained driveway can make a home look more attractive and add value to the property. A homeowner can also choose to upgrade the look of their concrete by selecting decorative concrete options, such as stamped concrete, colored concrete, or exposed aggregate.
  • You want eco-friendly concrete – A new concrete driveway, sidewalk, or patio is an excellent opportunity to make eco-friendly choices. Permeable concrete allows water to seep through the surface, reducing the amount of water runoff and preventing soil erosion. This environmentally friendly option helps minimize the impact of stormwater runoff on the environment.

How Does Concrete Get Damaged to the Point Where It Needs to Be Replaced?

Concrete is undoubtedly durable and long-lasting. However, even the toughest of materials are prone to damage over time. Several factors can contribute to the deterioration of concrete. These include the following:

  • Harsh weather conditions – Firstly, weather conditions can significantly impact the lifespan of concrete. Extreme cold or hot weather can cause concrete to expand or contract, leading to cracking. Also, harsh weather conditions can cause concrete to become stained or discolored, making it look unsightly.
  • Heavy loads – Another factor that can lead to damage is heavy loads, such as large trucks or heavy machinery driving over the surface. This can cause the concrete to crack or break apart, leading to the need for replacement.
  • Harsh chemicals – Harsh chemicals, such as de-icing salts, can also cause damage to concrete. These chemicals can seep into the concrete, causing it to break down and deteriorate over time.
  • Poor installation or maintenance – Poor installation or lack of maintenance can also contribute to the need for replacement. If the sidewalk or driveway is not installed correctly, it may not withstand the wear and tear of daily use. Similarly, if it is improperly maintained, it can become damaged more easily.

Our Concrete Replacement Process


Our collaborative process begins with a comprehensive consultation to understand your needs, preferences, and the specific challenges your concrete presents. Whether you’re dealing with extensive cracking, water drainage issues, or simply seeking to update the look of your property, our team will work with you to map out the perfect replacement solution.


We offer customized designs to match the character of your home or property. You can choose from various finishes and textures that complement your outdoor space’s aesthetics. Our experts will guide you through this selection process to ensure that your new concrete performs well and fits seamlessly with your existing landscape.


Proper preparation is the foundation of a long-lasting concrete sidewalk, driveway, patio, pool deck, or any other slab. We take great care in assessing and preparing the site for replacement. This includes ensuring a stable subbase, efficient drainage solutions, and the removal of any existing concrete. Our precise preparation process aims to prevent future damage and ensure longevity.


With everything set, we deploy our highly skilled craftsmen to execute the replacement. We use superior materials and state-of-the-art techniques to pour and finish your new concrete. During this phase, we balance speed and precision to minimize disruption while delivering a professional-grade result.

Quality Inspection and Cleanup

Once the concrete has been poured and has cured, we conduct a thorough quality inspection to ensure every aspect of your new concrete meets our rigorous standards. Our team will clean up the project area, leaving your property spotless.

What Sets Our Service Apart

Our commitment to quality and customer satisfaction makes us a leading provider of concrete replacement services. We pride ourselves on:


  • Advanced Techniques and Materials – Integrating the latest advancements in concrete technology for superior results.
  • Skilled Professionals – Experienced and talented professionals who are passionate about their craft.
  • Custom Solutions – Tailored options that meet the unique demands of your property.
  • Attention to Detail – A hands-on approach that ensures the highest levels of precision.
  • Customer Experience Focus – Transparency, communication, and respect throughout the replacement process.

Concrete Removal and Replacement Costs

Removing and replacing concrete is a significant construction process often required to repair damaged or deteriorated concrete structures. The cost of this process can vary significantly depending on several factors, such as the size of the area to be repaired, the extent of the damage, and the quality of materials used.

Removing and replacing concrete can range from $3 to $10 per square foot. However, this price can increase if the area requires extensive repairs, such as removing old concrete structures, excavating the area, or installing new reinforcement materials.

Additionally, the cost of concrete removal and replacement can depend on the quality of materials used. High-quality materials that are more durable and resistant to damage can cost more, but they can also provide long-term benefits and reduce the need for future repairs.

Proven Success: Case Studies and Testimonials

Hear from our satisfied customers who attest to the quality and durability of our concrete services:

Hired this company to level our pool patio a year ago. They did a nice job. There was some additional settling over the last year so I called the company prepared for a battle. But there was no need. They sent a company representative to look at the patio the next day. Then scheduled us for a tuneup. Their technicians, Zach and Enrique, were on time, friendly and professional. The patio is level and looks great. It is so refreshing to work with a company that stands by its work. I would hire them again in a heartbeat.
Robert Ball

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How long does the concrete replacement process take?

Replacing concrete requires careful planning and execution. The duration of the replacement process largely depends on several factors, including the size of the concrete slab, the extent of the damage, and the weather conditions.

Concrete replacement can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. The process can take as little as two to three days for small areas with minimal damage. However, the replacement process can take up to two weeks or more for larger concrete slabs with extensive damage.

The first step in the concrete replacement process is demolishing the existing concrete. This involves breaking down the concrete using specialized equipment such as jackhammers and excavators. Depending on the slab size, the demolition process can take a few hours to a few days.

Once the old concrete slab has been removed, the next step is to prepare the site for the new concrete. This involves grading and leveling the ground to ensure a stable base for the new slab. The preparation process can take up to two days, depending on the size and complexity of the site.

After the preparation is complete, the concrete is poured into the site and allowed to cure. The curing process can take up to a week, depending on the weather conditions. During this time, the concrete is covered and protected from the elements to ensure it cures properly.

Finally, the finishing touches are added to the concrete, including sealing and painting. This final stage can take up to two days, depending on the size and complexity of the job.

After concrete replacement, it is important to allow ample time for the new surface to fully cure before use. This will ensure that the concrete is strong and durable enough to withstand the weight of vehicles and foot traffic. Generally, waiting at least 7 days before allowing any traffic on a driveway is recommended. However, this may vary depending on the specific conditions of the installation, such as the weather, the thickness of the concrete, and the type of curing agent used. In addition, it is essential to avoid any heavy or sharp objects on the surface for at least 28 days after the replacement to prevent damage or cracking. Waiting the appropriate amount of time before using the concrete will help ensure the longevity and durability of your investment.

After a new concrete replacement, it is important to take proper care of it to maintain its durability and aesthetic appeal. Here are some tips on how to maintain your newly installed concrete :

  1. Avoid heavy vehicles and equipment – For the first few weeks after installation, avoid parking heavy vehicles or equipment on the concrete. The weight can damage the newly poured concrete and affect its strength.
  2. Clean regularly – Regular cleaning is essential to maintain the look and longevity of your concrete. Use a broom, leaf blower, or pressure washer to remove dirt, debris, and leaves that accumulate on the surface. Avoid using harsh chemicals or detergents that can damage the concrete.
  3. Seal the concrete – Applying a sealer to the concrete can protect it from stains, water damage, and UV rays. Choose a high-quality sealer that is recommended for your specific type of concrete.
  4. Repair cracks and damages – Keep an eye out for any cracks or damages that may occur over time. Promptly address these issues by filling the cracks with a concrete filler or patching compound.
  5. Avoid salt and de-icers – During the winter months, avoid using salt or de-icers on your concrete, as they can cause damage to the surface. Instead, use sand or kitty litter to provide traction on slippery surfaces.

By following these simple maintenance tips, you can ensure that your new concrete will last for years and maintain its pristine appearance.

Contact Us for a Quote

Ready to take the next step towards a durable, attractive concrete driveway, sidewalk, patio, or pool deck? Contact us today to schedule a consultation and receive your personalized quote. Our team is excited to work with you and bring your vision to life.