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Suggestions for a new concrete driveway?

By mtrax 2 November 2012 6

My old concrete driveway isn’t doing too well and its time to look at replacing it.

Its on a sloping land and probably needs ripping out before a new on is laid, I was originally going to break it up myself but perhaps I might include this in the quote.

Any suggestions or recommendations on people for this job?

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Lyndall Gerlach 4:35 pm 29 Aug 17

We have been renovating our home for a while and have dealt with a lot of building professionals but none as good as these.
I have just enjoyed having Rick from “the Concrete and Paving Professionals’ rip up our old drive way and make a new driveway and entrance path to our home. The design wasn’t easy as we are on a slope and they had to make all the levels match. Not only was the quote very reasonable (the best of three quotes), he and his team turned up on time, were fast clean and tidy. Nothing was too much trouble for them. The result is simply stunning and it transformed the look of our home. We are so happy we have gone out of our way to say a good word about these professionals here, they deserve to succeed.

CanberraGal15 8:53 am 27 Feb 15

Well I can recommend you don’t use JMG Concreting or JMG, as they provided us with an invoice that was well over what was quoted, claimed they had emailed us the quote but had sent it to the wrong email address and wouldn’t budge on the new, overly inflated price. Choose someone else.

Beau_concretor 10:07 am 20 Oct 14

Hi I am a concretor I have 8 yrs exp if needed I could come do a quote on the driveway and take it from there thanks beau.

CanberraMum 8:41 pm 05 Nov 12

Hi, Great question, the new driveway is next on my list, but am very concerned about costs? any ballpark figures available? and does anyone know if you need planning approval to put circular section in (i.e – a new entrance section as well? )

plausibly_deniable 6:13 pm 02 Nov 12

We had Gungahlin Concrete do a solid job for us, on a 12-unit development, including carting away the horrible old stuff. They seem to do mostly commercial work but their website says “there is no job too big or small that we can’t handle”.

burkes08 6:05 pm 02 Nov 12

I’ve been using Mt Nez Concreting and Landscaping at my place. Good pricing, good blokes and have done a good job.

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