As concrete contractors and homeowners alike have realized just how versatile concrete is, the residential concrete market has exploded. While driveways, patios, floors, and other flatwork remain the most popular concrete installations, concrete staining and other decorative concrete projects have come into their own. This has led both to a strain on the available concrete professionals and a rise to the number of residential concrete contractors. Finding an available contractor can be a problem, but sorting through new concrete companies and choosing a reliable concrete contractor is a gamble in itself without proper screening and guarantees.
Why choose Eminent Construction as your choice of concrete contractor in Los Angeles?
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Our contracts and warranties are made carefully. Our estimates are comprehensive, and the cost of your project is fixed unless you decide to change the installation options.
Old School vs. New School
Driveways, sidewalks, patios, and pools are still the most common residential concrete projects in Los Angeles. We have been around forever completing these concrete installations. Some have grown and diversified to accommodate new concrete markets. Some have stuck with what they’ve known.
As a Residential Concrete Contractor in Los Angeles
The number and kinds of residential concrete projects we have accomplished may surprise you. The vast majority of homeowners are unaware of the quality and versatility of concrete and what it can do for your home. Concrete finishing can create a concrete surface that imitates nearly any material available and often for considerably cheaper. This includes not just the texture of the concrete, but the color and design. Concrete can be just as smooth as any stone tile and with essentially the same patterning. More than just imitation, decorative concrete can be stained or stamped with any kind of artistic impressions.
Decorative concrete is usually focused on interior home improvements, including floors, countertops, and coffee tables among others. Yet, decorative concrete is also a common and excellent choice for outdoor installations such as outdoor kitchen fixtures or driveways tamped to look like stone driveways. Entire concrete homes are becoming more and more popular as well. Concrete creates a nearly indestructible, energy-efficient home. Again, decorative concrete techniques have enabled residential concrete contractors to add the always desired curb appeal back into concrete installations.