About Us

About DRP Concreting, Concrete Layer Central Coast NSW

About Us

We provide all aspects of concreting from rural sheds, house slabs to factory slabs. Having our own excavator and concert pump means we are equipped with all you need to complete your concreting job no need to have to deal with anyone else

DRP Concreting is a family managed business that was founded by TARA ad Dale who grew up surfing on the Central Coast. Dale is a licensed professional concreter who has worked on several large-scale projects including several tasks for the Central Coast Council, large business properties, and designer homes. Dale is attentive to details, quality proficiency, clear communication, and honesty. That has made him get reputable customers all through his career. When crafting a project, he is open-minded and works with the customers to make sure they will be satisfied with the final outcome. His concrete is high quality, and that makes a difference In terms of appeal, durability, functionality, and style.
If you would like to have your concreting work done, DRP Concreting is a concrete layer Central Coast expert.

What Concreters Do

Concreters do various jobs, including:

  • Digging foundation trenches
  • Cutting joints into concrete to give room for expansion
  • Creating various concrete surfaces using hand tools, stamps or stencils
  • Polishing concrete• Operating troweling and paving machines
  • Using concrete pumps to put concrete in place
  • Mixing water, cement, and sand to form concrete
  • Concrete reinforcement
  • Cleaning dirty and dull concrete
  • Concrete cutting and removal

Types of concreting

There are many different types of concreting available, including:

  • Grinded aggregate
  • Exposed aggregate
  • Pebblecrete
  • Patterened
  • Stamped
  • Stenciled
  • Colored
  • Plain

Uses of Concrete

Concrete can be utilized in almost every area of your home, such as:

  • Paving
  • Flooring your pergola
  • Landscaping
  • Surrounding the pool
  • Outdoor entertainment areas
  • Patios and paths
  • Driveways
  • Foundations
  • Wells

Choosing a Professional Concreter

There are various aspects you have to consider when choosing a professional concreter. First, you need to make sure your concreter is insured and licensed. You should also inquire about the warranty. Some types of concrete, like the stencilled or stamped, require to be released periodically. So check if the concreter is willing to do that. Also, ask for the time frame and request a quote before selecting a contractor.

How Much Does Concreting Cost?

The cost of concreting will depend on the size of the concrete, but most concreters charge around $50 per hour. The factors that determine the final cost include the amount of work needed to get the site ready for the job to start and ease of access to the site.Contact us now to get free consultation.

Talk to us today for a concrete quote