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Henry Concrete

Serving San Francisco, CA License: 842546

BCP Concrete Inc.

14 Reviews

“1. repair of sidewalk & driveway hazzard by grinding down cement 2. remove brick section to lift hazzard area and ...”

Serving San Francisco, CA License: 597282
At BCP Concrete Inc. Our Company goal is to create a "Customer for Life" by delivering the highest level of customer service and workmanship in the concrete/masonry industry, by using only the top resources and products available. We pride ourselves on being professional, punctual, experienced, know...

Ultra Concrete Company

3 Reviews

“sidewalk repair excellent service and quality work for a good price.”

Serving San Francisco, CA License: 913787
Our upmost goal is customer satisfaction, we believe that upon having a satisfied customer our company will grow by referral. Our company is professional, effecient and will make sure that we meet all of your expectations upon completing your project. ULTRA Concrete has references u...

On The Level Concrete

2 Reviews

“Replaced a large piece of sidewalk. Looks great. He was right there at the time he told me and completed the job in...”

Serving San Francisco, CA License: 813145

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While we all know how strong concrete is, not everyone is aware of how vulnerable it is to moisture. Being a porous material, water and other liquids can seep into the surface and slowly destroy the concrete from within. However, you can combat this by hiring a San Francisco, California concrete company to paint or seal your concrete surface. While this is not a once-and-for-all solution, if you reseal or repaint periodically it can be. San Francisco concrete contractors recommend testing the sealing annually by dropping some water on the surface and observing if it gets absorbed or not. If it soaks in, it’s time to reapply.