Wright’s Concrete of Northern Virginia, has been providing quality concrete, brick, block and stone masonry for over 30 years. Whether you are replacing old or damaged work, or creating something brand new, the Wright’s Concrete team has the skills, craftsmanship, and professional follow through to make your project come out great.
At the end, we’ll clean everything up and leave you with a perfectly finished project. And we stand behind the longevity of our work with a warranty.
Wright’s Concrete can help you plan, design, and execute any type of concrete, brick, block or stone masonry project you need. Every day we are working on another fine project for our customers in the Northern Virginia area, and we’d love to work with you on yours.
We’re experts in building concrete driveways, stone patios, brick steps and walkways, exposed aggregate porches, garage floors, stone walls and more.
About The Wright’s Concrete Process
When we begin a job, we try to make the least possible impact upon your site. We carefully extract old concrete/material and set framing while working from within the footprint of the new construction as much as possible.
Although a little extra effort for us, it helps maintain your existing landscaping and makes the final result beautiful from the day we depart.
Free-form shapes in delicate environments are our specialty. We adjust our work methods to meet the needs of the space. If hand work is required to protect lawns or plantings, that is how we work.
Our goal is to give you a space you can begin enjoying immediately.
When mechanical equipment is used for a job, we use small “Bobcat” units. These maneuverable machines can work within the footprint of the job and not damage nearby plantings and other owner features.
We bring in trash units on the day we begin work to contain all the waste. Demolition rarely takes more than 1 day and the site (your property and surrounding pubic property) is cleaned up before our workers depart. The trash container is frequently picked up the next day to minimize neighborhood inconvenience.
Working within the job footprint ensures a clean finish.
See the article over at Fairfax Business Review: Meeting Mr. Wright