Important Questions to Ask Before Your Next Concrete Project

Taking on a concrete project can be stressful. That’s why it’s important to hire an expert contractor to handle your job from start to finish. We’re here to tell you what questions to ask and why you should choose Devine Bros.

What kind of experience do you have?

Experience is a key factor when choosing any service, but it’s especially important when it comes to concrete. Who would you trust more: a contractor that has 40 years of work under his belt or the one on his first job?

Residents of Fairfield County, Connecticut have trusted Devine Bros.. for nearly 100 years.

Do you have any recommendations for my project?

Be sure to have any potential contractors visit your property prior to hire. A skilled contractor will likely have suggestions that you haven’t considered.

Devine Bros.. can provide stylistic recommendations that fit well with the look you desire.

How should I prepare for the job?

Once you’ve chosen a contractor, there are a few things to do to prepare for your specific project.

Devine Bros. is here to guide you through the process from start to finish. We’ll provide instructions on how to prepare for the job and keep you updated through completion.

Devine Bros. operates two ready-mix concrete plants in Fairfield County. We have lightweight structural concrete, high strength microsilica concrete, and can even create a custom blend designed to meet your specifications. In addition, we’re certified by the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association and the American Concrete Institute.

If you live in Norwalk, Westport, New Canaan, or any of the surrounding areas, Devine Bros. is just a phone call away. Contact us today at 203-866-4421.

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