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Flatwork & Repair

 Flatwork and concrete repairs are essential to maintaining a home's structural integrity and aesthetics. Flatwork includes many concrete installations such as driveways, city sidewalks, curbs, patios, walkways, entrances, and garage floors. Our skilled concrete company uses precise techniques to pour and finish the concrete, ensuring a smooth and level surface that withstands the test of time. Properly executed flatwork enhances a property's curb appeal and functionality, providing durable and safe surfaces for various outdoor activities. However, over time, concrete surfaces may suffer from wear and tear, cracks, or other damages due to weather, heavy use, or settling. In such cases, Pacific NW Concrete company offers concrete repair services in those cases. If you are looking for concrete services in Hillsboro, Beaverton, or Portland  you have come to right place for all types of flat work. Our flatwork installation contractors offer specialized tools and materials to repair and restore the concrete, addressing the issues promptly to prevent further deterioration and potential safety hazards. Whether it's repairing cracks or resurfacing damaged areas, our residential concrete services really put the soul into flatwork and repairs, while ensuring homeowners can enjoy their outdoor living spaces with confidence and pride

Did you receive a Sidewalk Repair Notice from the city of Portland or Beaverton?  We are here to help you. If you are unsure about the permitting process, we can help. Contact us with any questions or concerns about how the permitting process works.  The city of Beaverton also has a Sidewalk Repair Grant Program. If you have a sidewalk with tree roots damaged, Beaverton may award you a grant based on the applicants being homeowners and a few other criteria. The applications must be received and approved before work begins. The city of Beaverton wants to protect trees since Portland and surrounding areas are so beautiful because of how green our city is! The grant helps prevent homeowners from cutting down trees. If you think you may be eligible, please click on the link above, and it will take you straight to the City of Beaverton website to walk you through the application process.

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What Types of Flatwork Do We Offer?

Here is a list of different types of flatwork concrete services in Hillsboro, Portland and Beaverton that our concrete company offers:

  1. Driveway Installation Contractor: Concrete surfaces leading from the street to the garage or parking area provide a durable vehicle access surface. 

  2. Patios Installation Contractor: Outdoor concrete areas adjacent to a residential building, often used for relaxation, dining, and entertainment.

  3. Sidewalks: Concrete pathways for pedestrians, connecting different areas of the property and providing safe walking surfaces.

  4. Pool Decks: Concrete surfaces surrounding residential swimming pools, providing a safe and slip-resistant area for sunbathing and relaxation.

  5. Front Entryways: Decorative concrete surfaces lead to the front door, enhancing curb appeal and providing a welcoming entrance.

  6. Backyard Pathways: Concrete walkways connecting different backyard areas, such as garden paths or access to outdoor amenities.

  7. Garden Borders: Decorative concrete edges that define the borders of flower beds, gardens, and landscaping features.

  8. Steps and Staircases: Concrete steps leading to different levels of the property, such as entrances, terraces, and backyard areas.

  9. Retaining Walls: Low concrete walls used to retain soil and create defined levels in sloped areas of the property.

  10. Outdoor Kitchen Areas: Concrete surfaces accommodate outdoor kitchens, grills, and cooking spaces.

  11. Fire Pit Areas: Flat concrete surfaces surrounding fire pits or fireplaces, providing a safe and stable area for relaxation and socializing.

  12. Courtyards: Enclosed outdoor spaces within residential properties, often paved with concrete for easy maintenance and use.

  13. Play Areas: Concrete surfaces in the backyard or outdoor spaces designed for children's play, featuring games and activities.

  14. Pet Play Areas: Concrete surfaces designated for pets to play and roam, often incorporated with landscaping for a pet-friendly environment.

  15. Seating Areas: Concrete platforms or benches integrated into the landscape for outdoor seating and lounging.

  16. Outdoor Living Spaces: Expansive concrete areas are used for outdoor living and entertaining, often featuring seating, dining, and recreational areas.

  17. Gazebo Bases: Concrete foundations for gazebos, pergolas, and other outdoor structures.

  18. Sports Courts: Concrete surfaces for sports like basketball, tennis, or other recreational activities.

  19. Outdoor Showers: Concrete platforms for outdoor showers, often near pools or beachside residences.

  20. Deck Overlays: Applying a thin layer of concrete over an existing deck surface to create a new, durable, and aesthetically pleasing look.

  21. Outdoor Art Installations: Flat concrete surfaces are used as platforms for sculptures, fountains, and other artistic elements.

  22. Outdoor Bar Areas: Concrete surfaces designed to accommodate outdoor bars and entertaining spaces.

  23. Meditation Gardens: Concrete pathways and seating areas for relaxation, meditation, and contemplation.

  24. Hot Tub Platforms: Sturdy concrete platforms to support hot tubs and spa installations.

These are just some examples of the different types of residential concrete flatwork that can enhance a property's functionality, aesthetics, and value. Each type serves a specific purpose and requires appropriate planning and construction techniques. Please ask Pacific NW Concrete about any type of concrete flatwork project you have, and we will be happy to help you come up with the best idea for your space.

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