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Concrete Driveway & Floor Contractors in Washington, DC

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Prescreened Concrete Driveway and Flooring Installers in Washington, DC

GL Barnhart Construction
5.0
1 Verified Ratings
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(301) 960-0543
517 10th Street Northeast
Basement
Washington, DC 20002
 
Balta General Contractor
5.0
1 Verified Ratings
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(443) 200-7614
2005 Champlain Street
Washington, DC 20009
 
 
Neighborhood Remodelers, LLC
5.0
1 Verified Ratings
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(443) 200-9824
717 D Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20004
 
Precision Contracting Solutions, LP
4.96
33 Verified Ratings
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(202) 559-5855
930 Wayne Avenue, Suite 504
Silver Spring, MD 20910

Serving Washington, DC
 
 
A to Z Home Improvements
3.8
9 Verified Ratings
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(202) 715-9006
6400 Baltimore National Pike, Suite 468
Baltimore, MD 21228

Serving Washington, DC
 

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Reviews of Washington Concrete Driveway & Floor Companies

Project: Install Concrete Driveways & Floors
Hyattsville, MD

Very courteous and accommodating; started work on time and did a great job.

 
Project: Install Concrete Driveways & Floors
Fort Washington, MD

My experience with World Wide was very pleasant.

 
Project: Install Concrete Driveways & Floors
Clinton, MD

A COUPLE COMMON SENSE ARERAS QUESTIONABLE AT COMPLETION WITH PROMISE TO RECTIFY ALL PROBLEMS.

 
 

Unscreened Concrete Contractors in Washington, District of Columbia

Paul Badkowsky

Washington, DC 20502
R J MASONARY AND HOME IMPROVEMENT INCORPORATED
137 P ST NW
Washington, DC 20001
Nova Construction Co.
26 S St. NW
Washington, DC 20001
RJ Masonry & Home Improvement, Inc.
137 P Street NW
Washington, DC 20001
HARRINGTON CONTRACTORS INC
913 U ST NW
Washington, DC 20001
 

Things to Consider Before You Install or Replace a Concrete Surface:

  • Which concrete surfaces do you want to have installed? (Check all that apply)

    Driveway/parking area
    Basement floor
    Garage floor
    Pad for a light structure
    Interior floor
  • What type of concrete driveway or floor project is this?
  • Select any special concrete applications or finishes you are interested in:

    Smooth trowel finished
    Special color or other additive
    Cover irrigation pipes, drains, etc.
    Lightweight concrete
    Brush textured finish (slip-resistant)
    Stamped to look like stone, brick or tile

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Washington, DC Garage Flooring

Though often overlooked, garage flooring is an important part of the overall look and performance of your garage. If you live in Washington DC, garage flooring that is a dull, gray, often cracked concrete slab is probably not foreign to you. Even worse, some homes might have no garage flooring at all, forcing the homeowner to deal with the tracked in grit and unsightly appearance of a dirt floor. You have several options when it comes to upgrading their existing garage flooring; Washington DC homeowners looking to boost appearance in a big way should consider which of these options fits their particular situation best.

Garage Flooring Tile
Installing tile is one of the easiest methods of enhancing boring concrete garage flooring; Washington DC homeowners who are looking for a relatively inexpensive upgrade that will perform well and be installed quickly should take a closer look at this process. When compared to the ceramic tile in your bathroom, the tile used for garage floors is generally much larger and far more resilient. Those who spend a lot of time in their garages working on their vehicles or on other projects may find that this resilience makes walking or lying on your garage floor much more comfortable. Available in many different colors and styles, these interlocking tiles are resistant to oils and water stains. Once you pick the tiles out, they are extremely quick to install. The price and quality of garage flooring tile can vary dramatically, so it is best to do your homework before you settle on a brand.

Epoxy Coating
In Washington DC, garage flooring is often subjected not only to dramatic annual temperature changes, but to some pretty nasty winter mixtures. The salt, dirt, and slush that your car brings into your garage will wreak havoc on a normal paint, but are little match for an epoxy coating. When properly installed, an epoxy coat will keep its appearance for years without chipping or peeling, which is why it is often seen in commercial garages.

Epoxy is available in many colors and much like paint can be applied to form patterns of any kind. An excellent choice for anyone looking to cover up the cracks and drabness of a typical concrete floor, epoxy is a bit more difficult to install than rubber tile. To hire a professional crew to apply an epoxy coat to a two car garage, expect prices to range from about $1,000 to around $4,000. If this project is for you, pay particular attention to the grade of epoxy you choose as some epoxy products you can find in your local hardware store perform almost as poorly as your run of the mill paint.

Upgrading from Dirt Flooring to Concrete
If your garage has a dirt or gravel floor, it is likely that you've already considered an upgrade to concrete. A concrete garage floor is tough enough to handle plenty of weight and can last a lifetime. When upgrading from dirt or gravel, you'll also notice a big difference in appearance and cleanliness; let's face it, in Washington DC, garage flooring that can be tracked into the house when it is wet can spell big problems for appearances indoors! Pouring a concrete floor can be a lengthy process and must be done right in order to get the longevity the material is known for. Though we have seen concrete floors installed for as little as $800 in and around Washington DC, garage flooring is generally spacious enough to drive the price up; when dealing with the $2,000 to $7,000 the project is likely to cost, it is extremely important to get multiple quotes if you want the best price!