I do concrete, grading, & demolition. No job to big or to small to do. Anything is possible. I can read plans for new construction, anywheres from foundations to ADA. I do concrete that has color, stamp and different finishes.
What I enjoy most is that it’s not a job if you do what you love.
Manuel was great. He got busy because of weather problems and I had to text a few extra times, but his guys did an amazing repair. It was worth the wait to have the job done right.
I had 3 other quotes which I though were outrageous and I came across Sanders Concrete as my last quote before making a decision. Manuel is very professional and his prices are VERY competitive. He's on time, communicative and really listened to little changes or concerns I had. He did a large driveway/parking area and it looks great. I wouldn't hesitate to hire him again.
Sanders concrete was able to pour a floor in our pole barn with no problems other than a bit of rescheduling. He was very busy with many jobs but once the days for tear out and pour were set he was there promptly and worked all day to get the site prepared. When pour day arrived his crew was there on time and knew what they were doing. A professional job.
I bid the job. If they like what we talk about, I do the job
I’ve been doing concrete sonce 2003. I can read any plan, build anything, and transform one yard at a time to customers satisfaction. I love what I do.
Pricing depends on the scope of work. Usually it’s best to see the job and talk about it so we can go over all questions.
I started as a laborer in one company. I’ve been reading plans and laying out commercial buildings since 2004. I wanted to be my own boss, so I branched our and started my own business.
I’ve worked with commercial, industrial, and residential customers.
If you hire someone, whether it be me or anyone else, just make sure you’re comfortable with them, amd you go over everything. And if things change during the job, that’s ok... customers will change their minds, and it’s uonto the contractor to adjust with them. My old boss always said “It’s not wrong until it’s poured”. With that being said, it’s all changeable.
Really all I’d need to know is how big the job is, what color you’d want if there was color, and what kinda finish you’d what. We can go over details once we meet and look at he job.