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Concrete Driveway & Floor Contractors in Pittsburgh, PA

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Prescreened Concrete Driveway and Flooring Installers in Pittsburgh, PA

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Americo Construction Company
(866) 351-6340
Areas of Expertise
  • Install Concrete Driveways
  • Concrete Jobs $3500 and UP!!!
Featured Review

"We discussed each step of the process so that I understood the outcome. The laborers were friendly and extremely knowledgeable about their job. "

- lenore Z. from pittsburgh, PA
Z's Corporation
(215) 399-9655
Areas of Expertise
  • Landscaping Installs
  • Lawn and Garden Care
  • Retaining Walls/Hardscaping
  • Commercial snow removal
  • Excavation
Featured Review

"I did this long distance as a service for my sister who lives in Pittsburgh. I'm in Florida. My sister has been very pleased and Zach was so helpful to me over the phone. I felt very confident in hiring him. "

- cheryl M. from pittsburgh, PA
Herrmann Construction Co.
(215) 239-9397
Areas of Expertise
  • Retaining Wall Installs
  • Concrete Patios, Driveways
  • Stamped Concrete
  • Exposed aggregate
Featured Review

"Jerry was very professional and handled each interaction with the utmost tact and grace."

- mary H. from pittsburgh, PA
MPK Masonry, LLC
(215) 239-9082
Areas of Expertise
  • Masonry
  • Retaining Walls
  • Stone Work
  • Stone Features
Featured Review

"Beautiful and quality workmanship on our natural stone retaining wall and 7 new steps at a fair price. Matt and his crew were friendly and accommodating. Many compliments on their work. Would highly recommend to others and we would hire Matt again for future concrete or stone projects."

- kim M. from pittsburgh, PA
D.C. Contracting and Landscaping, LLC
(215) 239-9125
Areas of Expertise
  • Retaining walls
  • Concrete
  • omni-stone decorative pavers
  • french drain systems
Featured Review

"I interviewed 3 people involving concrete and tying in a french drain and he explained everything in such a way that it was very detailed very good. I was so impressed with him that I have hired him for 5 other jobs. He goes above and beyond. Sometimes he'll tie in small jobs into the larger project. I wish all contractors were like him. He is there on sight himself which is very important. He does not leave your job for someone elses job. He will stay until your job is done. Everything is out in detail on the contract. No unhappy surprises with him."

- jo ann P.
John Gentilcore
(215) 239-9192
Areas of Expertise
  • Asphalt Shingle Roofing
Featured Review

"I had longstanding issues with my roof leaking in two different places. John was quick to come assess the problem. The crew worked quickly and the job was done at the quoted price. Other roofers I tried to contact in the past were unreliable, so it was a relief John was responsive and the work quality looks good."

- chad H. from pittsburgh, PA
FPF / Conidi Landscaping & Construction, Inc.
(215) 239-9214
Areas of Expertise
  • Concrete
Featured Review

"Awesome group. Highest recommendation!"

- david D. from pittsburgh, PA
Eric Gerber Construction
(215) 239-9108
Areas of Expertise
  • Concrete Driveway
  • Concrete Patio
  • Retaining Wall
Featured Review

"Great to work wih"

- mary M. from pittsburgh, PA
Concrete Solutions
(412) 208-0903
Areas of Expertise
  • Concrete Driveways
  • Concrete Patios, Walkways, and Steps
  • Stamped and Decorative Concrete
  • Concrete Repairs
Featured Review

"We hired Concrete Solutions to install a very long driveway, patio, and front porch/sidewalk/steps for us and the project turned out great! The rain put a delay on the project but Mark kept us updated. It was worth the wait. Everyone comments on the job! The guys were friendly. We will definitely hire them again."

- doug A. from pittsburgh, PA

Unscreened Concrete Contractors in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

All Around Concrete Pumping
229 Pawnee St.
Belle Vernon, PA 15012
N&N Landscaping, LLC
256 Gary Drive
Sewickley, PA 15143
Cynseer Pointing & Restoration
214 Zara St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15210
Zalar's, LLC
4556 Norwin Rd.
Pittsburgh, PA 15236
Palmer Construction & Improvements Co., Inc.
1225 Washington Blvd.
Pittsburgh, PA 15206

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? (Check all that apply)

    Replacement of existing concrete
    New concrete for existing home
    New construction of home

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Pittsburgh Garage Flooring

One of the greatest joys of having a house is being able to make it look exactly how you want it to. While a lot of time is spent perfecting our kitchens, bathrooms, and other living areas, all over the country, and yes, also in Pittsburgh, garage flooring is sadly overlooked when it comes time to remodel. In southwestern Pennsylvania this is especially unfortunate, as a garage floor not only has to deal with the wear and tear caused by parking your car, but with the mud, grime, slush, and salt brought in during the winter. If your garage floor is in need of a facelift, there are a few things you can do to turn your plain slab of concrete into a surface you'll want to show off.

Rubber Tiles
One of the easiest and fastest ways to give your garage a new look is to cover the floor with rubber tiles. These tiles are designed to stay in place and provide a slip and stain resistant surface for you to park your car. They are available in a wide variety of colors, so you're sure to find a look that's the perfect fit for you.

Rubber tiles are manufactured so they lock together. Putting them in is simply a matter of taking the measurements of your space, ordering a sufficient amount of tile, and then sticking them together to form a continuous surface. The process won't take long, and you'll be left with a resilient surface that will not only look good, but will reduce noise and cover cracks and blemishes, as well.

Painting Existing Garage Flooring
An inexpensive and direct method of brightening up your garage floor is, of course, to paint it. Unfortunately, the abuse it will be subjected to in an environment like that of Pittsburgh will be far too much for most paints to handle for more than a few years (if that). Additionally, paint won't be able to cover existing cracks or chips in the floor. There is, however, an excellent alternative to traditional paint known as epoxy coating.

While epoxy coating might look a bit like paint when it's wet, it is a significantly better material for heavy traffic, and much better suited for garage flooring. Pittsburgh's winter mix will have a much harder time wearing down this very durable substance, and it is designed to deal with normal parking and things like oil leaks. In places where cars are being constantly moved in and out, like a commercial garage, or in a setting where a car needs to look its very best, like a showroom, epoxy is widely used to make clean-up easier and to keep appearances sharp.

There are varying grades of epoxy coating, but most garage floors see enough traffic, dirt, and debris to warrant using the highest quality. There are do-it-yourself epoxy kits available, but for the best results, professional installation is recommended. Epoxy is not just a tricky material to work with, the concrete it is put down over will require some very specific prepping for the coating to look and perform its best.

Pittsburgh Garage Flooring Prices
Those looking to install rubber tiles should expect the purchase price to be somewhere in the neighborhood of $2.50 to $3.50 per square foot. Epoxy coating is a little more expensive when it is professionally installed, but the end result is, for most people, well worth the cost. To coat the floor of a one car garage can run anywhere from $1,000 to $2,000, depending on the amount of prep work needed to get the concrete ready and the style of epoxy you choose.