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11 Years In Business

Company Details


912 Sequoia Ridge Drive
Fuquay Varina, NC 27526


  • Mon: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Tue: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Wed: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Thu: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Fri: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Sat: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Sun: Closed
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Service Details

  • Residential Work
  • Commercial Work

Areas of Expertise

  • Concrete & Masonry
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Cost Information

  • Free Estimates
  • Warranty Offered
  • Credit Cards Accepted


25 Verified Reviews
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0.50 Tim L. Lillington, NC

Project: 42?x30? concrete slab with roughly two-thirds being finished for a garage floor and the total concrete ?specifically? being 3500psi concrete. Problems: In the end the pad was installed however, unknown to me (until I called the concrete supplier) the concrete was 3000psi, the garage part of the slab was hand finished and not ?garage floor smooth? (like garage floors are supposed to be), there was some trash left and two forms left in the concrete (untold to me), one of the slab edges are definitely not straight, He stated I needed to pay up to $1000 extra for 5yds of concrete. That?s a-lot of concrete to miscalculate but I understand sometimes that?s how it goes. Resolution:(?) When I notified Bill of the problems he said he did not know the concrete was the wrong type and reimbursed me for the extra concrete charge. As far as the wrong concrete finish, he said that he always does it like that in the winter. And like another post stated the slab ends are not completely straight and will likely need to be cut or else look bad when the building is installed. Consensus: I am by no means a concrete pro, but I know a good job when I see one. He gave me a good price, and he worked with my budget, but if I knew this is how it would turn out, I would have gone with someone else.

5.0 George K. Durham, NC

If you are looking to hire a concrete company, Orr concrete is your choice! We had a driveway, patio, walkway and stairs done and we couldnâ  t be happier with the results. Bill and his team were punctual, professional, and skilled in their work. Additionally, Bill was responsive and offered reasonable pricing. Based on our positive experience, we would gladly choose Orr Concrete again for future projects.

1.0 Jeff L. Apex, NC

Should be named hORRible concrete. Bill will say whatever he can to take your cash and then he will under deliver. If youâ re someone who likes to pay for a 4â slab and then get a 2.5â slab, then Bill is your guy. Avoid at all costs!!

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5.0 Lyn S. Raleigh, NC

Customer service excellent! On the spot, messages, emailsâ ¦responsive in all. Hardworking crew! Excellent outcome! Driveway looks great!

5.0 Carol-ann A. Chapel Hill, NC

Great job

2.5 Leslie K. Smithfield, NC

Bill was great about communicating during the initial part of the project. We ended up getting several homes from the neighborhood involved as we have several projects that people were wanting completed. We had the work done in May and I constantly have puddles in my driveway, really close to my garage door. I had to make updates to my garage door in order to keep the water out. Bill did come out and cut a line down the driveway to help get the water off, but it doesn't detract from the fact that the concrete was not dispersed correctly in that area. Our project was completed in May 2022 and we have many small cracks already and bits of concrete breaking off where they used a concrete cutter (?) to create the lines that separate the sections of concrete - my apologies for not knowing the term. These appeared not even two months after installation. I reached out to Bill several times about these. He said he would come back out, but he never did. A neighbor of mine had significant breaks in the concrete, which he also said he would come out to take a look at and never did. A third neighbor was upset by the size of the addition not being exactly what they had discussed. Bill was really nice at the beginning and the process was really easy, but the workmanship is leaving us wanting after the fact.

5.0 Carolyn B. Cary, NC

Great job! Very happy with the outcome. Owner is very nice and professional.

1.0 Bart S. Franklinton, NC

Bill was the first person to call after I requested quotes. Without a word from me, he outlined every detail that I wanted to hear from other contractors who offered quotes. He even called at unexpected times to simply stay in touch, share details and discuss an ETA for his team to pour the extended to our existing driveway All their good qualities along with his direct and reasonable price convinced me to choose him. I was so impressed at this point that I told neighbors about him because many of them need/want to extend their driveways. I sent detailed diagrams of the driveway extension project to Bill before receiving a quote. The quote was for $5,962 to cover roughly 1100 square feet, mostly 4 except for 5 thick at the end leading to the back yard. On the day of the project, I walked outside to say hello but I had to remind him of the 5 inchs at the end of the driveway. He also agreed to use a concrete buggy to transfer concrete from the truck to the formed area but when my wife and I returned to the house, after running an errand, we discovered the concrete truck on our driveway. We now have a new crack in our old driveway. When I let Bill know about the new crack he called me a liar. The majority of the new driveway does look good but the last 3 yards had cracks immediately after it was poured and the cracks have gotten worse since it was poured. When I say immediately I mean that his team just left my house and when I turned around to look at the last part of the driveway I found 10 feet of cracks running in a line. Initially, he agreed to replace that area but in the end, he decided to blame me for the cracks. He justified this accusation by claiming that the fiber I requested in the concrete was to blame. The concrete company that delivered the concrete stated that the fiber could have only helped to prevent larger cracks. After discovering the cracks I decided to measure the width of the drying concrete and found that we were shorted between 6 inches to 2 feet wide along a 44.5-foot stretch of the driveway. Bill agreed to reimburse us for the short square footage but never followed up on that statement. Due to the cracks, I have to delay a retaining wall project until the cracked concrete is replaced. After seeing the finished version of my driveway all of my neighbors who were considering Bill have all found another contractor for their projects. I would have overlooked all of these issues if the cracked concrete was replaced but it is been over a month and feel responsible to let everyone know about my experience. Since Bill wont stand behind his work, I have been forced to file a claim with small claims court. Recent quote from a another contactor to replace the crack concrete was for 2300. To give you an idea of how little he cares about his reputation his cost to fix the cracked area would have been around $300. I know this because I have a copy of the receipt from the concrete company. I can not recommend this contractor after the unnecessary drama, baseless accusations and insults, being overcharged for the project, cracks in new concrete, and a new crack in our existing driveway most importantly he did not do what he agreed to do regardless if he said it or wrote it down in the quote.

5.0 Hansel B. Apex, NC

Excellent experience, on time, on budget, coordinated well with my landscaping project, recommended him to a friend.

3.0 Mary S. Fayetteville, NC

Hire Mr. Orr if you have all the time in the world. I adjusted my appointment to be available for work several times. The part of the yard where he parked his equipment could have been cleaned up after the job was done. (Leave the grass area like you found it.) Now, the driveway looks very good.. It seems that Mr. Orr and His crew know their job.


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