On the cutting edge of concrete construction trends, Bellingham-based Custom Concrete has become an industry expert in Whatcom County and beyond. The small local business was established in 1997 and handles concrete construction jobs of all size, from residential to commercial to public works. When it comes to all things concrete related…they rock!
Experience and training really matter in the construction industry. Custom Concrete is owned by Dave Johnson who has decades of construction experience. He employs a highly-skilled crew of American Concrete Institute certified flatwork finishers/technicians and National Ready Mixed Concrete Association certified pervious installers & technicians. “We know how to get the job done right…the first time” are words Dave often says when describing the skill level of his crew.
In recent years, Custom Concrete has worked to become a leading local expert on pervious concrete. Because of the porous nature of pervious concrete, the paving surface can be an ideal solution for NW Washington sidewalks, driveways, and patio surfaces that are exposed to wet conditions. Watch for more and more pervious concrete surfaces to be installed around commercial and residential properties in the years ahead.
A recent pervious concrete project Custom Concrete finished was located in Bellingham, WA. The project included replacing worn out sidewalks at Bloedel Donovan Park with pervious concrete surfaces. The new sidewalks allow water to move through, rather than collect on top. This function helps with rain water management and reduces runoff in the Lake Whatcom Watershed – we think that’s very cool!
Custom Concrete also installed pervious concrete at the Northwest Avenue/McLeod Road roundabout and worked on Boulevard Park pedestrian surfaces. They are definitely leaving their mark in visible places all over Whatcom County.
In addition to working with eco-friendly forms of concrete, Custom Concrete is skilled when it comes to improving curb appeal with decorative concrete. Using stamping, staining, coloring and sealing techniques, they have created beautiful surfaces at many homes and businesses around the region.
If you are considering concrete work around your property in 2015, now is a great time to start planning – December through February are the best time to plan and schedule construction projects for the New Year. You’ll be the first on the list of work to get rolling on when warm spring days arrive. Contact Dave Johnson today to get the process started!