Driveway concrete work typically involves several steps. First, Cornerstone Concrete will survey the site and determine the dimensions and layout of the driveway. We will also assess the site’s slope and any drainage issues that need to be addressed.
Next, CC will excavate the area to create a level base for the driveway. This may involve removing any existing materials, such as asphalt or gravel, and compacting the soil to ensure stability.
Once the base is prepared, we will install forms or molds to outline the shape of the driveway. We will then mix and pour the concrete mixture, making sure to level the surface and smooth out any air pockets.
After the concrete is cured, CC will remove the forms and use a finishing tool to create a smooth surface. We may also use a stamping process to create a textured design on the surface if desired.
Finally, Cornerstone Concrete will apply a sealer to protect the surface from moisture, stains, and UV rays. We also ensure that the driveway meets all relevant building codes and safety standards.
Throughout the process, Cornerstone Concrete will ensure that the project is completed within the agreed timeline and budget, and that the client is satisfied with the final result.