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Why Choose Concrete

Making the right choice for your driveway material is crucial for curb appeal, durability, and property value. Concrete, a standout among cement options, offers various advantages for your driveway.

Durability and Longevity: Concrete driveways, compared to other materials, excel in toughness. They withstand vehicle weight while significantly lowering the chance of cracking and holding off deterioration over time. Well-installed and maintained concrete driveways can serve your property for decades, making them an ideal investment.

Design Flexibility: Concrete's versatility extends to design, allowing customization to match your style. With finishes like broom, stamped patterns, and a range of colors, concrete driveways become a canvas for your unique vision.

Minimal Maintenance: Concrete driveways demand minimal upkeep. Regular sealing and cleaning are often sufficient to maintain their appearance. Unlike other materials that require frequent repairs, concrete driveways need less ongoing maintenance.

Opting for a concrete driveway ensures a robust vehicle surface and enhanced visual appeal, with reputable concrete companies like Stall's Concrete Construction available near you.


Learn The Steps

Installing a concrete driveway involves several important steps to ensure a durable and functional surface. When it comes to creating a long-lasting concrete driveway that enhances the curb appeal of your property, attention to detail and adherence to industry standards are paramount. Our goal is to educate and guide you through the process, ensuring that you make informed decisions that best suit your needs and budget Here's an overview of the key elements involved in the installation process:

  • Planning and Site Preparation
  • Establishing a Solid Base
  • Reinforcement and Expansion
  • Pouring and Finishing
  • Curing and Sealing
  • Control Joint Cutting

Planning and Site Preparation

Before starting the installation process, thorough planning and site preparation are essential. This includes evaluating the area, obtaining necessary permits, and marking out the dimensions of the driveway. Any existing structures or obstructions need to be removed, ensuring a clean and clear site for the new driveway.

Establishing a Solid Base

Creating a solid base is crucial for the longevity of a concrete driveway. This involves excavating the area to the required depth, typically around 4-6 inches, and ensuring proper compaction of the soil. A well-compacted stone base is then added to provide stability and proper drainage for the concrete.

Reinforcement and Expansion

To enhance the strength of the concrete driveway, reinforcement measures are often taken. This includes the addition of wire mesh within the stone base to provide structural support. Expansion joints are also installed to allow the concrete to expand and contract with temperature changes, minimizing the risk of cracks.

Pouring and Finishing

Once the base is prepared and the reinforcement is in place, the concrete is poured onto the site. It is carefully spread and leveled to achieve a smooth and even surface. A broom finish is then applied to enhance traction and the overall appearance of the driveway.

Curing and Sealing

After the concrete is poured and finished, it needs sufficient time to cure. Curing involves keeping the concrete moist and protected to allow it to gain strength and durability. Once the curing period is complete, a quality concrete sealer can be applied to protect the surface from stains, moisture, and UV damage.

Control Joint Cutting

To manage cracking and uphold the structural strength of the driveway, control joints are strategically cut into the concrete. These joints accommodate the inevitable expansion and contraction of the material, directing any potential cracks to occur within the designated areas. The goal is for any cracking to take place along these control joints, ensuring both functionality and an aesthetically pleasing finish.

By following these essential steps, a concrete contractor can install a durable and long-lasting driveway that enhances the functionality and aesthetics of your property.

Enhance Your Project

Stamped Driveway Options

At Stall's Concrete, we offer homeowners the option to upgrade their driveways with stamped, stained and other decorative concrete. With a wide range of design options, you can enhance the aesthetics of your driveway and create a unique look that complements your home's style. Whether you prefer a fully stamped driveway or a decorative border, our skilled team can bring your vision to life.

With stamped concrete, you can choose from various patterns, colors, and textures to achieve the desired effect for your driveway. From intricate designs to simple yet elegant finishes, our craftsmen will work diligently to create a stunning and durable driveway that exceeds your expectations. Click the link below to explore the possibilities of a stamped concrete driveway and discover how our team can transform your driveway into a standout feature of your property.

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Throughout the process, we adhere to industry standards to ensure a high-quality concrete driveway that exceeds your expectations. For more information or to request a quote, please contact us. We take pride in providing trusted, affordable, and top-rated concrete services for driveways and other construction projects in your area.

Ask The Questions


We've compiled answers to some common questions homeowners often have when considering a concrete driveway installation. Whether you're looking for information about the installation process, maintenance, or cost, we've got you covered.

The cost of a concrete driveway can vary significantly depending on several factors, such as the size of the driveway, the complexity of the design, and any additional features or customization options you choose. On average, you can expect to pay between $6 and $12 per square foot for a basic concrete driveway installation.

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The thickness of a concrete driveway depends on various factors, such as the weight it needs to support, underlying soil conditions or zoning requirements. As a general guideline, a typical residential concrete driveway is usually poured with a thickness of 4 to 6 inches. However, certain factors may require adjustments to this range.
The recommended waiting time before driving on a new concrete driveway is typically around 7 days, but it can vary based on factors such as weather and the specific concrete mix used. During the initial curing period, it's important to avoid putting heavy loads or subjecting the driveway to excessive stress. Following the guidelines provided by your concrete contractor is crucial to ensure the driveway's longevity. If you have any concerns or questions about the curing time, it's best to consult with a professional contractor for accurate advice.
If cracks appear in your concrete driveway, prompt repair is important to prevent them from worsening and compromising the overall structure. Small cracks can often be filled using concrete patching compounds or crack fillers available at hardware stores. For larger or more severe cracks, it is advisable to seek professional assistance from a concrete contractor who can assess the extent of the damage and recommend the appropriate repair method, such as epoxy or polyurethane injections or replacement of the affected section. Regular maintenance and inspections of your driveway can help identify cracks early on, allowing for timely repairs to ensure the durability and longevity of your concrete driveway.
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For years, Stall's Concrete Construction has been dedicated to serving the following areas, and we take great pride in being an active and valued member of these individual communities. We are committed to delivering exceptional concrete services that contribute to the growth and development of each community we serve.