Whatcom County Concrete Contractor
Concrete Flatwork Contractor
Looking to put in a new patio, driveway or walkway? Get nothing short of the best with Agate NorthWest, Whatcom County’s trusted concrete flatwork contractor.
Concrete flatwork done right. Prepped, formed, poured and finished for a long service life.
About Our Concrete Flatwork Services
As part of our complete service, we offer concrete flatwork labor and material. This includes, but is not limited to driveways, sidewalks, and floor pads. We do all the prep work including building forms, spreading base gravel, and adding rebar and mesh if required. Our experienced crew will pour and finish the surface to your specifications including edging, jointing, or saw cutting.
If your job requires replacement of existing concrete flatwork, we offer complete demolition and disposal of your old concrete. We can also replace broken asphalt with stronger, more durable concrete. No job is too big or too small.
CONCRETE SERVICES WE PROVIDE:
- Floor pads
- Exposed aggregate
- Stamped textures
Get peace of mind when you hire a reputable concrete contractor.
Your Job Executed Correctly, Completely & Economically
What We Do: Concrete Flatwork
Whether you’re adding a brand new driveway, replacing a broken driveway, or even adding a turnaround, Agate NorthWest can satisfy your every need. Our experienced crew can build the driveway of your dreams.
Just reach out and we’ll review all your options and provide competitive pricing as well as flexible scheduling. Don’t wait any longer for a brand new driveway that will be the envy of your friends and neighbors and will serve you for many years to come.
Your one source for demo and new construction
Any size or shape
Fully customizable finishes
Increase the value of your property
- Replace broken, raised, or sunken sidewalk sections
- Add service walks to garages or outbuildings
- Fully customizable options
Poured concrete floors are common in basements, pole buildings, and garages and typically have a smooth, trowelled surface.
Trowelled finishes require constant attention while the concrete hardens. Our experienced crew knows concrete and ensures that floor pads are flat and smooth. If you need a reputable company to pour your floor pad, you can trust Agate NorthWest to give you the best job possible.
No job is too large or too small
Thickened slabs and reinforced steel when required
High quality trowelled finished
Move your RV from your driveway and onto its own space by adding an RV pad to your side yard or next to your driveway. Add value to your property while creating a space for your RV between adventures. Agate NorthWest has the crew and the equipment to make this a reality. Just contact us for a quote. Once you give the go-ahead, we’ll put you on the schedule for a fast turnaround. Your RV and driveway will say thank you.
Custom pads built to your specifications
Patios and pads for hot tubs and propane tanks
Custom designs and finishes
Agate NorthWest can provide driveways and sidewalks with an exposed aggregate finish that enhances the architectural details of your property. Exposed aggregate finishes can also be added to traditional concrete flatwork to create distinctive borders and inserts for a truly custom look. Let us know what you like and we’ll make it happen.
Cost effective method for a custom look
Exposed aggregate borders to existing driveways
Create distinctive driveways and patios
For an exceptional custom and durable finish we can offer stamped textures in a variety of patterns and dyed colors for a truly realistic look. Adding a sealer to the finished concrete also provides a wet look while keeping out moisture. Stamped concrete is competitive in price to stone paver installation and is much more durable for the long run. If you’ve ever wondered about stamped textures, contact us and we’ll take you through the process.
Choose from a variety of patterns
Add color for a realistic look
Stronger and more durable than natural stone or brick
Get the answers to our most commonly asked questions about Concrete Flatwork.
How will you get concrete to the back of my house for my new patio?
For larger patios it is cost effective to use a horizontal concrete pump. Horizontal pumps require less concrete than overhead pump trucks and can move concrete a fair distance. Smaller patios can be wheeled back with a number of wheelbarrows and still maintain the integrity of the poured patio.
How soon can I drive on my driveway after it’s been poured?
Concrete gets its strength and hardness over time. We recommend keeping cars off of new driveways for a period of a week after pouring.
What are my options for a custom driveway?
We can produce driveways with all or partial exposed aggregate and stamped textures in a variety of patterns. We can also have dye added to the mix to add color. If you can imagine it, we will do our best to make it happen.
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PO Box 31741
Bellingham, Washington 98228