Chattanooga’s Premier Concrete Contractor
Thinking about adding a concrete foundation like a shed, metal building, covered parking, or an outbuilding in your backyard? You’re going to need a slab for that new building and we’ve got you covered. Give Chattanooga Concrete Co. a call today to get a free consultation
A concrete foundation will give your outbuilding a lifetime of use, without any fear of erosion or leveling issues. No matter what kind or size of concrete foundation slab you are looking for, Chattanooga Concrete Co. has the tools and experience for all you need.
Probably the most common kind of foundation that people are familiar with is the house foundation. A strong foundation for a home is critical for the longevity of the home.
Pouring a slab for a shed will add longevity to the outbuilding and prevent critters from building homes under need a pier and beam foundation. We’ll have your shed slab poured quickly, and it will be ready to build on in no time.
Metal buildings will need a slab foundation no matter what kind of work you are planning on doing inside. The foundation will be smooth to walk on and last a lifetime.
The size makes no difference in our foundation pouring. Our bardominium foundation slabs can be used for weddings, living spaces, or miscellaneous workshops.
Car shops will need a strong foundation to park your cars in while you work on them. We can pour standard slabs or build a recess for underneath access. No matter how complex you want your car shop to be, we’ll get you exactly what you need.
One of our most popular concrete foundation requests is for a new external garage or carport building. Both options are excellent for keeping your car cool and covered, and both need a strong foundation for your cars to stay parked on.
Chattanooga Concrete Co. proudly services the greater Chattanooga & Dalton area including, Cleveland, Charleston, Ooltewah, Apison, East Brainerd, Brainerd, Middle Valley, Soddy Daisy, Hixson, North Chattanooga, Lookout Valley, Signal Mountain, Lookout Mountain, Elder Mountain, Georgia, and Harrison.