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Decorative Concrete Surfacing LLC

Serving Milwaukee, WI
We have been in the concrete business since 2000 and have continued to grow since day one. We have not only expanded on the different types of concrete overlays we do, but have also been innovators in the field. Our continued education and forever growing portfolio is proof of that. I, Al McFadyen,...

BC Bricklayers Inc

Serving Milwaukee, WI License: 1072141
With over thirty years experience, you know you are in good hands with BC Bricklayers Inc. We are able to provide all of our customers with reasonable pricing, quality workmanship and professional service. We warranty all work for one year. We believe that if we focus on customer satisfaction, every...

Taylor Landscape & Construction

Serving Milwaukee, WI
Taylor Landscaping & Construction Services has been serving the public for over 15 years now. We are a hardscape contractor specializing in stamped and decorated concrete and acid staining. Our staff of trained professionals is on call both weekdays and weekends. We are here to please you! We beli...

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327 N 10th St., Milwaukee, WI 53206

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Our Company Visible Works Construction & Design is a locally based company; with over 17 years of construction experience behind it, employing a team...

2810 South 74th Street, Milwaukee, WI 53219

Since 2000 CRH Construction, LLC has built a solid reputation as a concrete specialist with a high level of competence and integrity. We specialize in...

1722 South 15 Street, Milwaukee, WI 53204
Milwaukee winters can be brutal. Not only does the snow and ice pose a danger to drivers, but frozen sidewalks can be unsafe for pedestrians too if not taken care of. Contact a Milwaukee, Wisconsin concrete contractor and have him apply an ice melting compound. The most commonly used product is sodium chloride, also known as rock salt. It’s very effective but has two downsides: it doesn’t melt ice at temperatures below 20 degrees Fahrenheit and it’s corrosive to steel, trees and shrubs. Calcium chloride is another substance that Milwaukee concrete companies can apply to ice. It can work at temperatures as low as minus 25 degrees Fahrenheit, but also damages lawns and vegetation.