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Email:
juan@calladoconcrete.com
Phone Numbers:
m. 925.567.6646
f. 925.516.9554

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Our Staff -
Juan Jose Callado - Owner / Sr. Estimator / Project Manager
Carolina Callado - Executive Admin / Office Manager

Callado Concrete specializes in stamped concrete for pool decks, driveways, patios, walkways, steps, and curbs. We are a local contractor located in beautiful Brentwood, Ca with 25 years of experience. We offer a variety of stamps, textures and color to fit your every concrete need.

We go the extra mile to insure that all of our customers needs are met and exceeded at every stage of the project. From start to finish we give careful attention to every detail. We pride ourselves in satisfying our customers by always providing excellent service on every project.

Free estimates and excellent referrals upon request!



FAQ’s

Do you give free estimates?
Yes, all estimates are free. We also offer free design help!

Are you a licensed contractor ?
Yes, Callado Concrete is licensed and bonded in the State of California.

Do you work on weekends?
Yes, we do work on Saturdays if necessary.

Driveways:
After pouring, the concrete needs to cure 5 - 7 days before traffic.

Patios / Walkways:
After pouring, the concrete needs to cure 3- 5 days before use.

Colored Concrete:
Should be sealed (low gloss or high gloss), if no sealer is applied, an approx. 15%-20% color loss can be expected within 2 years.

Sealers:
Sealers should be reapplied every 1 - 2 years to protect concrete.

How long before I can walk or drive on my new concrete?
You may walk on new concrete after 2 - 3 days from the date of the pour.
You may drive on new concrete after 5 -7 days. 4" thick concrete will require approx. 28 days to fully cure (longer during the winter months) .

Which is better, wire mesh or rebar?
Wire mesh is the min. reinforcement we use. Rebar is far superior (better), for it adds tensile strength to the concrete, and if ground movement does occur, rebar will help keep the concrete from deflecting.

Is base rock necessary?
Base rock provides a firmly compacted base for your new concrete. Thereby insuring a quality installation, that will last for many years.

What is the min. concrete thickness?
The min. concrete thickness is 3.5".

After pouring, when are the concrete forms removed?
The forms should be removed approx. 2 - 3 days after pouring.

Should you seal concrete?
Colored concrete should be sealed. If you do not seal colored concrete you can expect a color loss of approx. 15% - 20% within 2 years. Sealing colored concrete protects the surface from discoloration, staining, etc.

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