Community Concrete

Community Concrete

4.6 (5)
7 hires on HomeGuide
5 employees
4 years in business

About this pro

I put my name into my work I have learned alot and always learning more I like to leave my customers satisfied with the job I've done any questions I'll sit and talk and answer anything you want me to with no problems and all I know Spanish and English. Also if you need anything else done I know alot of people so I can help you there to but I do great work. HAVE TONS OF MORE PHOTOS WONT LET ME LOAD THEM

I enjoy everything I do I take pride in all the work I do I try my best to leave it perfect each and every time. It always makes me proud when I see how happy the customer is at the end of the day with the work I have done and about how I got where I am today which is always watching and learning you can always learn something.

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Arlington, TX 76010
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5 Reviews


  • Robert Earl

    Low rate for the overall project.

  • Gary Jordan

    Franklin did a fantastic job on a very small slab extension. He was on time, courteous, explained everything and reasonably priced. I would hire him again for any future concrete work I have.

  • Frances Haynes

    He completed the job in a cost effective and timely fashion.

  • Tony Cuciniello

    I am very happy with the work they did, they removed my old slab and replaced it with a lager slab. This company is not your average 9 to 5 see ya later company. They worked hard and late into the nite. I will be hiring them again.

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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

Visit place where work needs to be done meet with customer and have a walkthrough of what will be done. Or if customer prefers to send pictures and measurements and talk over the phone or message about the project that is fine as well it's all about how the customer likes to walk through the process.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

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