RDU Concrete has been serving The Triangle and Piedmont regions of North Carolina since 1985. Owned and operated by North Carolina native, Ken Conaway, RDU Concrete has a unique understanding of the construction requirements of the area.
Stamped concrete is the process of pouring slab concrete for virtually any area and then adding patterns, textures, and pigmentation onto the concrete before it is fully dry. Textures and patterns that can be created include cobblestones, bricks, pavers, marble, and more. The results can be virtually indistinguishable from using individual pavers at about 30% of the cost. And with the proper sealant the surface is nearly impenetrable to the elements ensuring greater longevity at less cost.
The process laying stamped concrete is literally an art requiring special tools and techniques. The craftsmen at RDU Concrete have years of experience working with concrete. You can rest easily knowing that you are purchasing the finest quality in concrete craftsmanship when you choose RDU Concrete for your project.
Driveways * Patios * Retaining Walls * Pool Decks * Counter Tops * Fireplaces * Acid Stain
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Service Area: Bynum, Apex, Cary, Chapel Hill, Fuquay Varina, Holly Springs, Moncure, Morrisville, New Hill, Raleigh, Durham
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Work Description: Had a concrete overlay done by this company due to some rock salt damage.Comments: My driveway looks awful, looks like a rush job,, would post photos if possible. Have been trying to get corrected and a concrete stain quote to clean up. Save yourself the trouble and hire another company. I"m going to have to pay another company to come out and correct. Concrete overlay is chipping, the cut in work looks terrible. Really disappointed.
Work Description: Pour concrete and finish concrete floor for small dog grooming businessComments: Over all this entire project was a nightmare the original day the floor was supposedly "completed" We went out next day and already we could tell there were major problems. Stain was not all the way to the walls or doorway and a lot of it was an awful brown color instead of the blue and green we had originally discussed. We were told the green was what was turning brown so instead of the two color floor we agreed upon I would only be getting one color (blue) also immediately we noticed the floor was also chipping and scratching down to bare concrete with no actual wear and tear as we were not even open yet. As well as all of my equipment is on wheels and everything not wheeled has had felt feet put on it to try and minimise any further damage They came back two more times over the next week to patch and try to re seal the floor. We were told by the son ( who actually does the work) Not the 30 years of experience promised by the older man (the father) that they garauntee the work and if we had any issues for the first year they would come patch etc. When the older gentleman came to bid this job I specifically asked him if it would hold up to the traffic of dog nails and being wet constantly I was assured it would and paid over 4000 dollars for the agreed upon work and finish. However we have been open less that a month the floor has been down less than 60 days and all the finish in front of my tubs is coming up in huge chunks and the walkway from the lobby to the back where my tables are is covered in scratches. We called them to come have them patch and fix again while we were closed for the holidays and we were told it would be $100.00 to have them come do this. The older man then proceeded to tell us a bunch of lies that he never promised the floor would hold up to dogs etc. (Why would I pay over 4,000.00 for a floor that would not last 30 days?) Any way we agreed to pay the 100.00 for them to come patch etc. Then they had originally stated they would come either tuesday or wed the week we were closed tuesday comes and we call them the son does not answer our calls or return our messages we then contact the father who proceeds to tell us he will get back to us on scheduling. Three days pass and we are getting closer and closer to opening again and still no patchwork scheduled. So we go to a professional supply store re buy the materials needed to do touch up and re sealing to the tune of 500.00 dollars ( we bought the same stuff they used) We will now patch the floor ourselves and we will have to strip entire floor back to bare concrete because this floor will not last obviously and is not designed to be in the conditions here. We are planning on re surfacing the floor with a professional and experienced crew as soon as possible however I will have to close for a week in order to do so. Do not bother this is an awful company that sends out an inexperienced two man team that knows nothing and spins many tales. It will cost us at bare minimum another 8,000.00 to re do the entire floor correctly and a weeks worth of lost wages. This is a very important part of my shop and from day one this finish was not going to work corners were cut repeatedly on this project and we were mislead all along.
Work Description: Patio slabComments: Visit and quotation complete, I am saving funding for mid Augest start.
Work Description: Did a great job at a very reasonable price.Comments: Very satisfied with work done
Work Description: They did concrete work for me.Comments: I am satisfied with RDU Concrete. I have already received feedback on people I have recommended them to who were very happy with his work.