Striking Concrete
Striking Concrete


Garages are no long seen simply as a place to store your cars or excess materials.

Today, garages have become an extension of the home and should have an aesthetic design to match. Striking Concrete has a solution for all your garage floors.

Striking Concrete uses DURA-MIX® with 32 MPA, high air content for its garage floors, and are hand finished to ensure a smooth and optimal surface on residential floors.

Our garages are poured with a 4-4.5” concrete depth, a base of 3/4” compacted road crush and 10 mil rebar at 18” on center. They are dowelled into the foundation to impart mechanical strength and zip strips are installed to eliminate random cracking of slabs.

Engineered Garage Pads

All engineered steel garages need a solid pad. We pour concrete slabs for garage floors with a base of 3/4” compacted road crush, vapor barrier and thickened edges for a ground-supported slab on grade. We also offer slab on grade with pony walls to support your buildings load.
Concrete garage flooring
Concrete garage flooring

how we do it


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the final details


At Striking Concrete, custom concrete finishes are our specialty. Our professional team will work with you to design a custom finish that is unique, and will add value to your property.
Let us help you create something amazing!

colored concrete

Coloring concrete is a practice that has been used since the early 1950’s. Color for concrete is not a dye or paint. It is a process of adding pigment to traditional gray cement base mix or stained by chemical application. This technique allows finishers to achieve a range of earth toned colors. Finishers must be familiar with integral color, how it works, factors that affect final color, and the methods for fixing colored concrete issues to become an expert in of decorative concrete.

stamped concrete

A growing trend in concrete products is stamped concrete. It is a popular option to transform concrete surfaces as it can replicate textures of stone such as slate, flagstone, tile, and brick. There are a lot of steps involved in stamping concrete, and only a short window of time in which to get them done before the material hardens. To do the job successfully, concrete finishers must be experienced, organized, and well prepared for the job.

Exposed concrete

Exposed concrete or exposed aggregate, can be compared to a piece of granite or marble in the interior of your home that has been polished. In concrete, the natural and earthly beauty can be seen in the form of decorative aggregate. This is done by exposing the tops of the stone, while the rest remains permanently embedded in the concrete.
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