Pittsburgh Concrete Company is a full service concrete company serving commercial as well as residential customers in Pittsburgh and surrounding areas. We create quality, durable concrete solutions while delivering exceptional service to our clients.
Pittsburgh residents and business owners in the surrounding areas deserve the best construction work possible. If you’re looking to add an addition to your home and need new concrete slab, or if you’re in the market for a refinished warehouse floor, reach out to our quote specialists today to discuss your project and let’s take concrete to the next level together.
Service to our clients is an important aspect of the concrete installation process. We believe in building relationships, and that means establishing clear communication with you– every time. After all, an outstanding final product is the ultimate goal, but we want the construction process to pass as seamlessly and stress-free as possible for you. That’s why we stick to budgets and established time frames, letting you, the home or business owner, get back to your life as quickly as we can.
Residential customers have found our driveway and patio service to bring sparkle and value to their homes, while some have opted for a refinished pool deck. With stamped, textured, or stained concrete options, resurfaced or new concrete has the potential to transform your home through decorative sidewalks or repaired driveways. When it comes to your house, we recognize the importance of superior workmanship. Your home is an investment in the future, and your concrete work is in good hands with our contractors.
Commercial customers look to our record of successful projects. From drainage solutions to newly poured foundations, and from demolition to sidewalk repair, our contractors bring experience and quality materials on every job they finish. Perhaps you are looking for ADA compliant ramps or new storage facilities. Whatever your concrete job is, we are the Pittsburgh area company to serve your commercial concrete needs.
We are proud to serve clients in greater Pittsburgh area, including the following locations:
Over 33,000 people call Mt. Lebanon home, and enjoy residential architecture from modern to Tudor, and even a few eclectic structures. With a recreation center and tree lined sidewalks, Mt. Lebanon is a relaxing environment for families and retirees alike. Once a streetcar suburb of Pittsburgh, commuters may now take “The T”– a light rail system dropping residents directly in downtown Pittsburgh.
Founded in 1772, more than 30,000 people make their home in North Huntingdon Township, which sits between Greensburg and Pittsburgh. Wildflower lovers may check out the scenic overlook at Braddock’s Trail Park, boasting a waterfall as well as a variety of birds throughout all seasons. Businesses will find this strategically located community offers competitive tax rates and a strong customer base.
Located in Butler County, Cranberry Township offers residents employment opportunities within its borders, and many commute into the township as their place of work as well. Over 1,000 businesses are located in this township. History buffs may be interested in George Washington’s trek across the township in 1753, but nowadays the UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex receives the bulk of the buzz in Cranberry, where the professional hockey team the Pittsburgh Penguins practice their shots
Allegheny County contains Pittsburgh and suburbs. Allegheny County recorded history began in the 1700s and the county itself was formed in 1788. With a population of 1.2 million people, this county’s residents enjoy the feeling of small town life with the perks of a big city within their county lines. Including three rivers flowing through these rolling hills, nature lovers will enjoy a hike, while winter sports enthusiasts can hit the slopes at Boyce Park Ski Slopes. In short, this county offers one of the two largest cities in Pennsylvania within the beauty of nature.
Hempfield Township is located in Westmoreland County, with room for over 41,000 residents within its nearly 77 square miles. Shoppers and entertainment seekers stop by Westmoreland Mall for food, purchases, and even gambling at the $150 million dollar Live! Casino Pittsburgh. Although not located in the so-called “tornado alley” part of the United States, an EF2 tornado did extensive damage to Hempfield Area High School in 2011.
This township sits along the Ohio River in Allegheny County. Its unique name earned it the slogan “Explore our Universe” in 2005. Several corporate headquarters occupy Moon Township, including FedEx Ground and Nova Chemicals, and Robert Morris University’s main campus is also located here. Moon has been recognized as one of the best, most affordable suburbs in the Northeast, and a great place to raise a family.
Bethel Park is just 12 square miles in Allegheny County, but packs in much to see within its borders. Veterans and their families will appreciate the Bethel Park Veterans Memorial, with plaques and flags commemorating military service and loss. Shoppers will appreciate numerous opportunities to purchase goods, with South Hills Village Mall as well as South Park Shops and Millenial Shops. Fans of history will enjoy a visit to the Bethel Cemetery, spotting gravestones from before the Revolutionary War. Joggers and walkers will enjoy a jaunt along the scenic Montour Trail, which participates in the Great Allegheny Passage running all the way to Washington, DC.
This historic city has a rich past. Pittsburgh received its name in 1758, and Lewis and Clark’s famous expedition began from Pittsburgh in 1803. With many museums including the Andy Warhol Museum, the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, and the Carnegie Museum of Art, culturally engaged Pennslvanians will connect with their artsier side in this Northeastern United States metropolis. Pittsburgh also hosts a dynamic collection of sports teams playing professional football, baseball, and hockey. Fans are enamored with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Pirates, and Penguins, and dedicated enthusiasts may adorn themselves in black and gold– the official colors of the city and the color scheme of all three teams.