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Question DetailsAsked on 8/23/2013

Looking for contractor for a concrete slab with footings for garage, wittmann, arizona Area

36x54 slab with footings done to code 12"x18" deep

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Sounds like this is a do it yourself build, or you are acting as general contractor, because this would normally be arranged by the general contractor.

If excavation and any buried plumbing is already done, then you need a concrete contractor. Otherwise, a general contractor.

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Answered 7 years ago by LCD

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Wiegman Concrete always works to be the best at what you want top do for your home decoaration. With thousands of quality projects completed, and just as many satisfied customers, we are confident Wiegman Concrete Contractor can give you the best quality job that will look beautiful for years to come. Its using various type of concrete like Gridded Rebar in a 4x4 checkerboard layout, higher concentrate concrete at 5000 + psi, and Fiber reinforced concrete on every project.Most of Idiho customer are confident about Wiegman Concrete can give Us the best quality job at a fair price.

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Answered 7 years ago by wiegmanconcrete




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