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Concrete Lot Construction

If you are looking to create a parking space for your business, you might have already seen asphalt options. The problem with asphalt is that it can get incredibly hot, use more energy to light up at night and not to mention, asphalt is a material that leaves much to be desired in terms of appearance. 

We have found that the perfect material to use for parking lots in Austin is concrete. With freeze and thaw cycles being nearly non-existent in Austin, there are basically no hazards that concrete will face, only age. This makes concrete parking lots a long-lasting and attractive option and you can find out what our team can do for you down below!

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    The Process Of Concrete Parking Lot Installation

    When you are looking for a concrete contractor to pour your concrete parking lot, you want a team with experience. Our team has years of experience working with concrete so you can count on us to get your concrete pouring project done without a hitch. With the use of professional equipment and only the best materials for our commercial and industrial clients, we will work hard every day to offer only the best finished product. Want to see how the pros pour concrete? Well down below, you will find a step by step to how our team pours concrete.
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    Subgrade Preparation

    The start of any concrete parking lot installation begins with the preparation of the soils that will be supporting the parking space. The first step of preparation is the compacting of the soil, which is most commonly performed with the use of drum rollers. A typical subgrade specification requires compaction to be greater than at least 95% of the maximum dry density of the soil. After steps have been taken to ensure the soils are properly compacted, we start laying forms to outline the parking lot, curved areas and isolated areas like manhole covers and utility areas.
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    Placement

    Now that the site has been properly prepared and concrete mixes have been talked over with you, now is finally the time where we start the installation of the concrete. For parking lots, the concrete is de