Concrete Construction of Piers, Sidewalks, Steps, Landings & Driveways
If you need to construct piers, sidewalks, steps, landings, or a driveway in Baltimore, you'll love working with our concrete experts at Manor Wood Construction, Inc. We offer high-quality workmanship that comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Making the decision to utilize concrete for constructing your pier, sidewalk, steps, driveways, or landing is a great way to ensure that these structures are built to last. Concrete is tough, durable, and cost-effective when it comes to installation costs, which is why so many choose this material.
Here at Manor Wood Construction, Inc., our team of professionals work hard to ensure that your job gets done in a timely and efficient manner and that the project stays on budget. If you need concrete work to include piers, sidewalks, steps, landings, or driveways, or any of our other concrete services, call for a free estimate.
Concrete Pier Construction
Pouring a concrete pier takes accuracy and skill. The concrete piers need to support the weight of the structure above, so it also has to consist of the right mixture and be of the right height. Whether you need concrete piers constructed for a deck or something larger like a house, our team will get the job done right.
Concrete it the material most often used to build sidewalks. Concrete sidewalks add curb appeal to any property and supply a way to traverse it without exposing the feet to mud, water, dirt, or foliage. If your property is missing sidewalks and you'd like to have them constructed, we will work with you to design the layout.
There's no doubt that if you need a set of steps constructed, the best material to use is concrete. Concrete steps last a very long time because they are most often poured in one form, not in pieces. Anytime there are joints, water can get in and cause damage.
Whether you need three hundred steps that wind as they lead up to your house on the lake or you just need three with a landing, Manor Wood Construction is ready to take care of it for you.
Concrete landings are the larger, level areas at the top of stairs or ramps. This area gives you space to enter the house or building comfortably. They can be designed in a curve, square, or rectangle.
They can also be constructed as stairs when layered if you'd prefer a wider configuration and there isn't much difference in the height of the ground and the entryway or door. Our masonry expert can help you come up with some ideas if you prefer something other than a traditional landing.
Among all other types of concrete structures, a concrete driveway is probably the most used. Any structure that takes weight needs to be carefully built.
You can count on us for precision construction whether it's your driveway, home foundation, or anything else. Call today and tell us about your project. We would love to discuss the details and offer you a free estimate.
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