We Treat Every Job Like It’s Our Own

We bring a high level of care and attention to detail to every project, whether we’re replacing a driveway, creating an outdoor living space, or building from the ground up. We know how important your home is to you and it’s why we only work with the highest quality materials. We want to ensure you will love the results!

What Can We Create For You?

Decorative and Specialty

Stamped Concrete
Stained Concrete
Colored Concrete
Exposed Aggregate Concrete
Top Cast
Natural Stone
Polished Concrete

Outdoor Living Spaces

Pool Decks
Sports Courts
Fire Pits
Outdoor Grills
Retaining Walls
Hot Tub Pads
Brick and Stone

Remodeling & New Construction

Garage Floors
Basement Floors
Front Entries
Crawl Space


Cleaning Concrete
Sealing Concrete
Drain Tile

Elevate Your Design with Decorative and Specialty Concrete

Find Your Color

There’s a wide spectrum of colors we can work with to optimize the natural variations in concrete that are similar to what you see in marble, granite, and wood.

We’ll work with you to find the perfect color and decorative options for your projects, taking into consideration the concrete placement, materials, finishing techniques, curing and sealing methods, and weather conditions.

No job is too big or too small.

We’d love to partner with you on your next project!

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How long does concrete last?

When Classic installs a concrete project, we convey it to be a 50-year product minimum.

We recommend quality maintenance to keep your installations strong and looking great.

What is your warranty?

Our contracts provide a one-year limited warranty. However, if there are issues with your installation, we address them on a case-by-case basis.

Know that we stand behind our products and services, and use the highest standard materials to ensure our work lasts for years.

All of our installations follow America Concrete Institute standards. We also follow the true nature of your chosen product.

Since ALL concrete will crack, we make sure that our clients understand what is needed to maintain and extend the life and beauty of their concrete. We also provide maintenance services so you don’t have to think about it.

We’ve built our reputation through happy clients and long-term relationships. We value the trust you place in us and ensure it remains solid.

How long does it take for concrete to cure and dry?

Concrete has different cure stages and depends on several factors. In four (4) days concrete has reached a cure point where foot traffic and placing furniture is permitted.

After 7-10 days, concrete has reached a cure point where you can drive and park on the pavement.

After a 30 day cure period, the concrete is suitable for floor coverings and other treatments.

Depending on the mass or portion of the concrete, it is actually always curing. For example, the Hoover Dam is still curing and hydrating to this day.

How do we choose the right color for decorative concrete?

We have a variety of colors you can choose from to create the custom look and design you desire.

Our design team will work with you to create a project that is both structurally sound and has the best decorative option for your project.

You can see a sampling of available colors above and schedule a consultation to explore what color is right for your installation.

How do we take care of our new concrete?

We highly recommend keeping your concrete free of salt and resealing your new concrete every two to three years.

When resealing, it is important to use the same sealer as the initial application. Mixing different sealers can damage your concrete.

Our maintenance services ensure your concrete is cleaned and resealed properly.

We also make sure our clients have access to the products we use, should they want to do their own maintenance.

What kind of concrete does Classic use?

We use ready mix concrete from a supplier who delivers on-site to each project.

Our supply partners are Aggregate Industries and Cemstone Inc., both are highly regarded concrete specialists.

We select the best concrete for the installation to determine the correct mix, choosing those with a proven track record for interior and exterior uses.

For example, when installing a stamp project we use a stamp-specific mix. Whereas, in a driveway, we use a larger aggregate granite mix that’s specifically designed for driveways.

How do you reinforce your concrete to ensure it lasts?

We use a two-method approach when reinforcing concrete installations.

First, we will insert a 3’ on-center grid, with either a 3/8- or 1/2-inch rebar. This rebar mat is supported by accommodating chairs where the rebar is held up at ¼ of the thickness of the concrete slab.

Next, we add a fiber-mesh reinforcement to the ready-mix concrete. The fiber mesh adds more strength to the concrete surface, whereas the rebar adds strength to the mid-section and the bulk of the concrete.

By using these two products we have a two-fold standard to ensure we have a quality installation that is well above industry standards.

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