Residential Concrete Driveways
Is your concrete driveway cracked, or are you just looking to upgrade the look and the value of your home? From the standard driveway to decorative driveways and or heated driveways, Wolf Concrete Construction uses the highest quality materials to insure a top quality product.
Concrete Driveway Removal
Wolf Concrete Construction is a full service company we have the equipment to remove and recycle your existing driveway and then prep the ground for installation.
Concrete Driveway Installation
The way that you start a project matters, typically driveway installation starts by bringing in good base material and compacting the dirt in order to provide a starting point that is as solid as possible. Special attention is paid to how water is to flow over the finished product so any grading or sloping is also taken care of at this point so that the driveway will be a uniform thickness. If necessary drains can be added to provide for water removal. Natural soil movement is not something that can be avoided completely, thus control joints are added to the driveway to provide a controlled location for movement. Control joints are added as the product is laid. Once the concrete is laid the finish or decorative pattern is placed into the concrete. Wolf Concrete is proud to offer a wide variety of finishes, stamp patterns, stains and or colored concrete to meet your needs.
Heated Concrete Driveways
Wolf Concrete Construction is proud to offer Heated Concrete Driveways. Here in Colorado with our cold and snowy winters a heated or a section of heated driveway can save you a lot of hard work removing snow.
Concrete Driveway Care Instructions
A concrete driveway is a very durable surface however cleaning and reapplying sealer periodically will increase the life of your driveway. Avoid using chemicals to de-ice your driveway as these chemicals or salt can cause problems. Also if possible keep the loads down to standard residential vehicles, as commercial vehicles due to there weight cause additional stress in the slab and may create more stress than the slab can handle causing cracking.