Exposed Aggregate Concrete Contractor Northern Virginia
Exposed Aggregate Concrete Contractor Northern Virginia Northern Virginia is in fact Fairfax Contractor. We can build you an exposed aggregate driveway, walkway, patio, or any commercial or residential exposed aggregate project in Northern Virginia. As a class A Virginia contractor with an RBC And CBC endorsement we can build any type of residential or commercial exposed concrete project. Fairfax Contractor is based in historical Manassas we serve all Arlington County, Fairfax County, Loudoun County, and Prince William County. We are your experts when it comes to installing exposed aggregate concrete projects. We were both residentially and commercially. If you’re looking to replace your driveway with an exposed aggregate concrete drive we are your go-to contractor. We are a highly local concrete contractor with many outstanding rewards.
How We Install Exposed Aggregate
how Fairfax contractor installs your exposed aggregate concrete project starts with a plan. We will remove, or excavate the area that you want to install an exposed concrete aggregate project. My company, Fairfax Contractor has seasoned Masonry pros that will take your project from planning to completion. The first step in installing an exposed aggregate job is to form up the project. We will need your approval of the way that we formed up your concrete pour before we actually pour it. Once the forms are in place, we will install the necessary #57 gravel and grade the project appropriately. Your project is residential in Northern Virginia we will install welded wire mesh. When the actual pore of the concrete will get the correct design mix before the concrete. For an exposed aggregate concrete pour, it will be a mixture of pea gravel, concrete sand, and Portland cement. We typically use a dyed concrete mixture utilizing Davis Colors or increate color dye. All of our exposed aggregate projects utilize interval concrete design mixtures. We will custom order your concrete to make the perfect exposed aggregate concrete project in Northern Virginia. It could be a patio, driveway, walkway, or a commercial project it always starts out the same. We order a design mix from the local concrete suppliers with exact specifications. After your exposed aggregate project is formed up we will pour the exposed aggregate concrete into the forms. Once the concrete has been secreted out and leveled we will go to the next step. The next step is to put magnesium on both bull floats, and magnesium hand floats to smooth out the concrete surface. Once the concrete has been finished, we will place a concrete chemical that will stop the hydration of the top 1/8 of an inch of the pour. Once your exposed aggregate project has been treated by the chemicals to stop hydration we will place a plastic covering over the area. Then the next day because the top 1/8 inch of the concrete pour never hydrated because of those chemicals we utilized we will power wash off the un hydrated concrete exposing the beautiful pea gravel finish. After the concrete is hydrated we will seal the exposed aggregate, to give it an amazing look. Forms removed, Fairfax Contractor can use top cast to give you over 11 different finishes. If you’re looking to install an exposed aggregate project look no farther we are your contractor that can make and build incredible exposed aggregate jobs. For more information about replacing your concrete driveway click this link.
Where We Work In Northern Virginia Installing Exposed Aggregate Concrete
Fairfax contractor installs perfect exposed aggregate projects in the following areas including Fairfax County, Loudoun County, Prince William County, Arlington County, and the city of Alexandria. We also work in the cities of Northern Virginia including Annandale, Ashburn, Aldie, Burke, Clifton, Chantilly, Centerville, Dale city, Fairfax city, Fairfax Station, Great Falls, Falls Church, Herndon, Kings Park, Lorton, McLean, Reston, Sterling, Manassas, City of Manassas, Lake Manassas, Leesburg, Lorton Springfield, Vienna, and many other towns and cities in Northern VA