Basement & Garage Floors
If you’re building a home, you should know that all basements and garages are not created equal. To prevent leaks and cracks, it’s essential to have a knowledgeable concrete team with exceptional workmanship. We’ve worked in the concrete business for many years and know the most modern construction techniques.
Why should I choose stamped basement flooring?
Rather than installing carpet or tile in their finished basements, many homeowners choose to keep concrete flooring. It’s easy to see why.
Endless options for creating a cozy look
Concrete can be colored and stamped to look just like cobblestones, hardwood planks or ceramic tiles.
While carpet poses concerns with harboring moisture and musty smells, concrete resists mold and mildew.
Unlike hardwood or laminate, concrete can handle heavy stuff without scratching. This means you can push around heavy furniture and even a billiards table without making a mark.
How thick should my concrete garage floor be?
When planning to pour a garage floor, a reputable concrete company will always discuss load requirements with the homeowners.
Light burdens require 4 inches
This is plenty thick for one or two small cars.
Medium burdens require 6 inches
This is for up to three average-sized vehicles or two large trucks.
Heavy burdens require up to 8 inches
This is for heavy machinery or large vehicles with continuous traffic.
We Work With Builders!
Are you a builder looking for a concrete contractor? Give us a call (618) 210-8632. We’ll tell you how we can lend our expertise to your next project.
Concrete Flooring for Outbuildings
Ready to build that machine shed? We can help! We’ll pour a concrete floor durable enough to accommodate your vehicles, and even include drains for oil changes. We can also install concrete flooring in existing pole barns, concrete slabs for carports, and concrete foundations for storage buildings.