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Do you need a driveway installed, or maybe your existing one needs replacing?

Our concrete driveway installers are here to help!

Working with Cornerstone to get our old asphalt driveway torn up, and our new concrete driveway installed, was great! Their quote was competitive. Their service was fantastic. The quality and result are great. We went with them after a family member had and after gathering a few quotes and we’re glad we did.
Zach Ruedy

The Cornerstone Difference – Our Proven Concrete Driveway Installation Process

We have factorized the process of replacing and installing a new concrete driveway. Systematically, one crew at a time flows through the concrete installation process, performs their duties at an expert level and then moves on to the next driveway. Below, in chronological order are our five crews:

1. Tear Out Crew (Replacement)

With a bobcat and dump truck, we carefully tear out the existing driveway and dispose of the material at a local recycling station.

2. Set Up Crew

Set up forms per specifications, grade, and compact subsoil.

3. Pour Crew

Meet the local ready mix concrete truck(s) and pour the fresh concrete in a professional manner.

4. Cut and Clean Crew

Lay out and cut expansion cuts. Then clean up.

5. Seal Crew

After 28 days (time for concrete to cure), we apply the industry’s top-grade sealer. Seal crew will also finish up with feathering in black dirt and seed if part of the contract.




*Weather permitting and with the exception of 1,200+ sqft

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Concrete Driveway Materials

What About Cement?

Concrete is a great long-term investment because it lasts the longest, but what about cement? Cement and concrete are often used interchangeably, but they are indeed different. Cement is actually one of the main ingredients in concrete. Cement acts as the binding agent to help make the concrete stronger. It is because of cement that concrete driveways outlast other types of driveways. If you would like to learn more about the difference between concrete and cement, check out our blog.

What About Asphalt?

Overall, a driveway is a large expense, whether you choose concrete or asphalt. While there is no clear winner between the two popular materials, the decision comes down to you and the needs of your home. It is important to consider factors like durability, appearance, and many more. Of course, while we believe most homeowners would benefit from a concrete driveway, there are circumstances when asphalt may be a good option for you. Learn more from our blog.

There’s a Stonger Material in Town: Macro Synthetic Fibers

Macro Synthetic Fibers are the newest, and now strongest, material available. Over the past decade engineers and scientists have been looking for a different concrete reinforcement material that would be stronger, more affordable, and less labor intensive. Macro Synthetic Fibers were the answer! These little fibers mix right into the concrete mix, allowing for more strength to spread throughout the concrete slab; top to bottom left to right. Whereas rebar or steel offers the most strength at the bottom of the slab where the rebar grid lays. These little fibers do not look like much but offer a stronger, longer-lasting concrete driveway that will crack less, even under adverse weather conditions, like those Minnesota and Wisconsin winters! Learn more about our macro synthetic fiber reinforced concrete driveways by reading our new blog!

Macro Synthetic Fibers are revolutionizing the concrete driveway industry by helping concrete last longer and stand up stronger. Of course, we are going to recommend our MSF concrete driveways to anyone looking to install a new driveway, but why should you choose concrete at all? 

Ready for the Residential Concrete Driveway Experts to Come to You?

While we would love to pour concrete driveways all over the country, unfortunately, our trucks and crews can’t travel too far away. 

The Cornerstone Concrete business started in St. Paul, Minnesota, and has since expanded to Wisconsin. Check out our local service areas to see if we can bring our crews out to you.

Do you have specific questions about your project?

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