Find a concrete driveway contractor in Seattle, WA

Find concrete driveway contractors in Seattle, WA

Find concrete driveway contractors in Seattle, WA

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Find concrete driveway contractors in Seattle, WA

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Top 10 concrete driveway companies in Seattle, WA

Homeowners agree: these Seattle concrete driveway contractors are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Gray’s Landscaping And Painting

Gray’s Landscaping And Painting

5.0(1)
3 hires on HomeGuide
8+ years in business
Serves Seattle, WA
Naoko T. says, "The landscaper did an amazing job! He was very prompt and had great attention to detail. He also took time to explain to detail how to keep my yard looking great. He got the job done quick but he had amazing attention to detail and added some nice detailing that makes my yard look superb. I am extremely happy with his quality of work and recommend him to anyone! " Read more
Farwest Landscape

Farwest Landscape

New on HomeGuide
2 hires on HomeGuide
9+ years in business
Serves Seattle, WA
We believe the work we do speaks for its self, please take a look at our profile pictures. About our work; The most exciting part of this job is seeing the transformation of your landscape, it can be from pallets of paver blocks to incredible patios or stacks of wood turned into pergolas or fences. We get the job done with precision and incredible results; get the quality you deserve hire the right people. From Design to build
GOMILE CONSTRUCTION  LLC

GOMILE CONSTRUCTION LLC

5.0(1)
6+ years in business
Serves Seattle, WA
Kay G. says, "Great communicator! Kept to his bid and did good work. I have great confidence in him and will call him again." Read more
HAUZZ

HAUZZ

5.0(1)
Offers online services
1 hire on HomeGuide
5+ years in business
Serves Seattle, WA
Terri O. says, "He responded immediately and fixed the problem and then also checked and adjusted the other sprinkler heads. Very reasonable cost. Will definitely refer him. " Read more
Nothing Too Big Concrete

Nothing Too Big Concrete

New on HomeGuide
2 hires on HomeGuide
10+ years in business
Serves Seattle, WA
We give our customers great workmanship and keep them satisfied with our products. Been during concrete work for over 25 years. We do all type of concrete work. From slaps, driveways, steps, sidewalks, retaining walls, foundations work, and etc. We have great referrals.
TT&T Contractor

TT&T Contractor

4.5(2)
4 hires on HomeGuide
29+ years in business
Serves Seattle, WA
James Z. says, "Job was completed as promised" Read more
Eagle G Service

Eagle G Service

New on HomeGuide
2 hires on HomeGuide
7+ years in business
Serves Seattle, WA
My experience extends for 7+ years. Overall I work as a team with my clients, meaning that the service I provide gets you involved in the process of the project so you know exactly where your investment is going. I work very hard to make your visions a tangible reality with my strong work ethic and attention to detail. I love to see the satisfaction of my clients once they see the project complete. It's a great feeling afterall of the hard work is accomplished to see the finished product, but more importantly the happiness it brings out in my clients....
Taylormaed To Do It Your Way.

Taylormaed To Do It Your Way.

New on HomeGuide
Serves Seattle, WA
Over 25 years of experience with 15 years belonging and still an upstanding member of local 528, cement mason Union. Have the ability to perform a full range of concrete finishing and have knowledge and understanding of blueprints and plans. Ability to lead and assist others in  concrete finishing and have strong knowledge of principles personnel and supervision and  training. It's my priority to ensure my customers are fully satisfied with every job. From initial concept through design, permitting, construction and completion.
Lux Finishing LLC

Lux Finishing LLC

5.0(4)
Offers online services
1 hire on HomeGuide
6+ years in business
Serves Seattle, WA
Kirill . says, "This company does great job! Very punctual and gave me fast quotes and price was very good. Work is excellent! " Read more

Your Concrete Driveway Contractors questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on HomeGuide.

How much does a concrete driveway cost?

The average cost of a concrete driveway can range from $4 to $8 per square foot, depending on various factors. This means that for a standard 2-car driveway sized from 400 to 576 square feet, the total cost can be anywhere from $1,600 to $4,600.

The exact price of a concrete driveway can vary based on the size of the project, the complexity of the design, the quality of the concrete used, and the labor costs in your local area. Additional factors that can impact the overall cost include site preparation, excavation, reinforcement materials, and any necessary permits or inspections. It's always a good idea to get multiple quotes from reputable contractors to ensure you get the best value for your money.

How much does a concrete driveway cost per yard?

A basic concrete driveway typically costs $35 to $100 per cubic yard on average, while high-end concrete driveways with decorative elements, designs, borders, or stains can cost $160 to $225 per cubic yarddue to the labor involved.

How long does it take to pour a concrete driveway?

Pouring a concrete driveway typically takes 1 to 3 days on average, depending on the size and complexity of the project. The actual pouring process itself usually takes 1 to 2 days, with the first day spent preparing the site and pouring the concrete, and the second day used for finishing touches and allowing the concrete to cure. However, the total project timeline is often longer, as excavation of the old driveway or preparing the site can add an additional 1 to 2 days to the schedule.

The total time to pour a concrete driveway can vary based on several factors. Larger driveways or those with intricate shapes and designs will naturally take longer to pour and finish than a simple rectangular driveway. Site conditions like the slope of the land or accessibility for concrete trucks can also impact the timeline. Weather is another important consideration, as rain or extreme temperatures can delay pouring and curing. Homeowners should plan for a 3 to 5 day project from start to finish, with the actual pouring taking place over 1 to 2 of those days.

How long before I can drive on a new concrete driveway?

After the concrete is poured, it typically takes 24 to 48 hours for the surface to cure enough to be walked on. However, the concrete will still be quite soft and vulnerable during this initial curing period. It's important to keep the area clear of foot traffic as much as possible to prevent damage.

Once the initial 24 to 48 hour curing period has passed, the concrete will continue to strengthen over the next 7 to 10 days. During this time, the driveway can support the weight of passenger vehicles, but it's best to avoid parking or driving on it as much as possible. For heavier vehicles like large pickup trucks, RVs, or commercial trucks, it's recommended to wait a full 30 days before using the driveway to ensure the concrete has fully cured and hardened. Rushing use of the driveway before the proper curing time can lead to cracking, pitting, or other damage.

What questions should I ask a concrete driveway installer?

Asking these questions will help ensure you find the right professional to install a concrete driveway that will last for many years:

  • What strength concrete will be used for my driveway?
  • What type of reinforcement will you be installing with my driveway?
  • What base and how much will you be laying under my driveway?
  • How often do you install control joints?
  • What will you be sealing my driveway with and when?
  • How much experience do you have?
  • Are you insured and licensed?

How do I choose a concrete driveway installer?

Here are some steps to follow to choose a concrete driveway installer:

  • Shop around and get quotes from multiple concrete contractors. Compare their experience, services, and pricing.
  • Ask for references and check the contractors' business profiles to verify their reputation and quality of past work.
  • Ensure the contractor is properly licensed, insured, and has 5 to 10 years of experience installing concrete driveways.
  • Get a detailed written contract that specifies the project timeline, materials, costs, and any warranties.
  • Consider factors beyond just the lowest price, such as the contractor's expertise, communication, and ability to meet your timeline.
  • Factor in the concrete curing and drying time when planning your project timeline, and be flexible on scheduling if needed.

Reviews for Seattle concrete driveway companies

Recent success stories from people in the Seattle area.
Brian W.
I contacted homeguide for a quote for a 2nd driveway for my RV. Vilivuni with TT&T contacted me quickly and setup an appointment to check the project. I made an addition to my initial request and he was patient and gave me a good quote. He explained the process, step by step, and made arrangements to get started right a way. He showed up when he said and did great work. He was careful to work safely and consider my property while working. I would use TT&T for any other projects that come up.
TT&T Contractor
Jonathan S.
John did an amazing job remodeling my kitchen, finished in time, full of kindness and respect to us. Highly recommended. Looking forward to hire him again
Lux Finishing LLC
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