JC Construction

JC Construction

When you’re searching for a residential concrete contractor who can work on a specific project, regardless of size or complexity, JC Construction & Remodeling is at the top of their game.

When you’re searching for a residential concrete contractor who can work on a specific project, regardless of size or complexity, JC Construction & Remodeling is at the top of their game. With expertise in residential concrete construction, we welcome projects of all types and ensure we do the best job possible at every location. From simple pavers and slabs to adding decorative concrete and foundations, we use our deep experience and skills to create work unmatched by any other construction company. Our commitment to customer satisfaction drives us, and our tendency to consistently do great work is why customers continue to trust us throughout Northern California.

  • We are a locally owned and proudly operated company serving Northern California.​
  • Our company is affiliated with the Better Business Bureau (BBB) ​​and has an excellent reputation. After consultation, we can provide customers with a free quote for the project.​
  • Our exceptional capabilities extend to domestic and commercial customers.​
  • We specialize in residential flooring and commercial tenant improvements.​

About Concrete Construction and What to Expect:

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Concrete is an essential part of any construction project nowadays as it forms a crucial part of building or structure from pavements to structure around us. Concrete is everywhere as it is the most expansive construction material worldwide. It is mixed with various materials, including cement, water, fine aggregates, stones, or gravel. Concrete is like a mortar; it works as a binder for multiple masonry construction. Concrete has a wide range of applications compared to mortar and is versatile because of the fine and coarse aggregates within its composition. The larger the aggregates, the more concrete strength, making it suitable for more extensive and heavier structures.

Concrete is a solid construction material that can stand tensile and compressive stresses without yielding. It is extensively used for constructing foundations, wastewater treatment facilities, superstructures, and tall buildings. Concrete is an easily workable material as time mixing concrete4, transport, placing, and finishing is seamless. Concrete lasts for ages, even under very adverse conditions, as it can resist weathering action, chemical action, abrasion, and both tensile and compressive stress for an extended period without compromising structural integrity.

Installing concrete is a challenging job, and every concrete pour is different. The size, shape, color finish, and complexity of a project must be considered when pouring concrete. Here are some guidelines in the concrete installation to get a better understanding.

Prep of Site Work

Before concrete can be poured, the sites need to be prepared to reduce the chance of heaving from expansive soils and frost. Use hand tools to clear the area of all grass, rocks, trees, shrubs, old concrete, exposing bare earth, placing and compact sub-base of fill gravel unless the soil is very close and stable.


Once the sub-base is prepared, the forms can be set. For residential concrete projects, use wood forms with metal or wood stakes. They were attaching forms to the stakes with screws or unique nails to easy removal after curing the concrete. Forms should be in good condition, be set to provide the proper slope or grade drainage, and form clean corners where they meet each or other structures.


Mix the concrete with water according to the package instructions. For small slabs, it’s best to use a wheelbarrow and shovel, but renting a concrete mixer can make the process easier. The mixer needs to keep spinning to keep the concrete from setting and getting hard.


Pour wet concrete into the forms until they are packed to the top edge. While the wet concrete is poured, use trowels, shovels, and rakes to ensure there are no voids or air pockets.


Screed the top of the concrete using metal or wood board. Screeding helps to compact and consolidate the concrete, then use float to compact further the concrete and even out any high or low area to create a smooth finish. If the concrete receives a rough broom finish, no additional finish is needed. Let the concrete rest until the surface begins to firm up. Next, use a hand trowel to smoothen, rigid and uniform finish. Lastly, use the broom finish once the troweling is complete. Use the special broom across the rough surface to create a textured surface, or you can use stamped or smooth trowel finish.

Curing time.

Let the concrete cured and rest to get hard. Curing time takes 28 days, with the first 48 hours being critical. After that, you can apply liquid chemical curing and sealing compounds to help the concrete cure slowly and evenly.

If you need more than just a simple slab poured, we recommend hiring a professional concrete company or contractor to ensure the work is done correctly. If done correctly, the contractor will quote and price out the bid. They create the contract with details and state work to be completed, so you’ll know what you will expect on the finish, color, texture, price, and payment and warranty that is included with the project.

When you choose a residential concrete contractor in JC Construction & Remodeling, we don’t waste time getting to the heart of your project. After consultation with you, we will provide you with a non-binding quote for each order. We’ll be happy to check your work site and make sure we’re ready to work on your project. We understand that there are other deadlines that need to be met. That is why we always try to exceed your expectations If you have a specific project in mind, contact us today. See for yourself if you’re ready to do a great job.