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Coverage Area

Municipal Services of America provides Concrete, Sewer & Basement Waterproofing Services throughout Northeast Ohio, with a particular focus on these communities:

• Lake County
• Geauga County
• Cuyahoga County
• Willowick
• Wickliffe
• Cleveland
• Eastlake
• Euclid
• Aurora
• Solon
• Mayfield
• Lyndhurst
• University Heights
• Concord
• Chardon
• Kirtland
• Pepper Pike
• Gates Mills
• Willoughby
• Willoughby     Hills
• Mentor
• Painesville
• Hudson
• Shaker Heights
• Beachwood
• Rocky River

Concrete

Municipal Services of America (MSA) is an experienced concrete contractor from Wickliffe, Ohio that handles a variety of home improvement projects. Our concrete services  help beautify any property’s landscaping and increase it’s market value. We handle a variety of indoor and outdoor concrete projects that are durable, cost effective, and beautiful. We work hard to provide you quality work at reasonable prices. Our specialty in concrete includes but is not limited to the following concrete projects:

  • Driveways
  • Patios
  • Pool decks
  • Side walks & Walkways
  • Fire Pits
  • Garage floors
  • Basement floors
  • Entries
  • Courtyards
  • and much more…

If you looking for a concrete contractor that is experienced, affordable and reputable then give us a call for a free estimate. One of our representatives will come out to consult with you on your project. We will help you with your design, give you ideas and suggestions on how to beautify your indoor or outdoor living space while helping you stay within your budget. We will explain to you the different options you have to choose from.


Types of Concrete

Concrete comes in a variety of finishes and colors. It can also be either flat like driveways or shaped into three-dimensional objects like steps or curbs. The most common types of concrete finishes are broom, hand, Stamp Concrete (Specialty Concrete) or also know as Decorative Concrete, Colored Concrete, Acid Stained Concrete & Exposed Aggregate.


Site Preparation/Excavation & Grading

Concrete is often the base foundation of most structures. Proper site preparation is necessary to ensure a solid foundation and a beautiful lasting finish. MSA’s top of the line equipment handles the removal of old concrete or pavers. Removing concrete or paving material is difficult work. Often it’s best to leave this to the professionals like us who will have proper equipment and training to handle the removal. When we begin a project, we carefully excavate to remove any tree roots, rocks and debris. The ground is then leveled and compacted firmly to ensure a solid base for your concrete project. Preparing the foundation for your new concrete project is the most important step to ensure that concrete slabs will not crack and have proper drainage. We also install steel rebar within the concrete to make the concrete structure stronger.


Stamp/Specialty Concrete

Stamped concrete is a specialty concrete that has become very popular for its beauty and inexpensiveness in comparison to pavers. Stamp  Concrete is also known a Decorative Concrete or Patterned Concrete. Since it is a specialty, Stamp Concrete it is therefore more expensive than regular or exposed aggregate concrete, however it’s investment is well worth it. Concrete can be stained to any color and stamped to simulate other materials and designs such as natural stone (granite, slate, cobblestone, etc.) or brick at about half the cost of using the real thing. This concrete finish is solid and long lasting. Stamp concrete comes in a variety of colors to choose from. This is accomplished by adding dyes to the cement mixture. Click on the link to visit our Stamp Concrete Gallery  


Stamp Concrete vs Pavers

Stamped concrete is a cheaper alternative to pavers. With pavers, you run the risk of weeds sprouting in between. Pavers are also more expensive than concrete, have a tendency to shift and require more maintenance. Unlike pavers, with stamped concrete only concrete is used so there is less invested in materials and labor.

Maintenance

Regular and Stamped Concrete projects should be maintained every 2-3 years. Periodic surface sealing is the best way to protect your concrete from moisture penetration and to protect the color and sheen from fading. This can be done with a simple process of just mopping on a coat of sealer. Sealers and waxes may need to be reapplied more frequently if there is a lot of traffic. It is also recommended that you don’t allow debris to sit for long periods of time on any area of the surface to protect it from stains.

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