Get quotes for a concrete driveway in Saskatoon

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We’ll help you find the right pro for your concrete driveway project in Saskatoon.

Four easy steps and we’ll handle what you want done, so you can do what you love to do!
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Post a project. It’s easy as pie.

Whether you’re looking for a broom finish, exposed aggregate, or stamped concrete driveway, post your project to Kijenga by answering a few quick questions. Give us all the details and the more, the better. It only takes a couple minutes, we promise!

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We match you to our pros. Screened and certified.

We ensure our pros offer fair pricing for quality work and outstanding customer service. All contractors are screened and must have liability insurance, WCB (if applicable), business license and references. We take your project and find the best matches!

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Compare a few quotes. We do the homework.

Once we have matched you up with a couple concrete professionals, they will arrange a time to provide an estimate. In the meantime, you can check out their photo portfolio and testimonials from other homeowners in Saskatoon. We recommend getting 2-4 quotes.

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Hire a certified contractor. We’re all about smiles.

Once you hire a contractor, you’re free to work out a schedule and figure out a payment plan. Once the project is complete, you can share your experience. They’ll appreciate your feedback and it will help others find good home professionals. Your neighbours will thank you.

Oh, did we mention it was free? No Joke.

Posting your projects and getting connected to reputable pros is totally free. There is no free trial or hidden costs.
As a homeowner, you pay absolutely nothing!

100% free. Nada. Zilch. Zippo.

We’re big on trust and safety.

Our Kijenga Pros go through an extensive screening process before they can join our community.
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We’re committed to working with top rated contractors to provide homeowners with an outstanding home improvement experience. If you’re not happy with the quality of the work, we’ll make it right.
It's cliche but we're happy when you're happy
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Questions To Ask Your Concrete Driveway Professionals

What warranty do you offer?
Most concrete contractors are happy to provide a one-year warranty. If no warranty is offered at all, then definitely work with someone else. If the warranty is longer than a year, learn the details. More than likely, the contractor’s warranty contains a number of clauses allowing them to not cover the most likely and worthwhile repairs.

What happens if a storm unexpectedly rains on your new concrete?
Your contractor should have been prepared for such a situation, so he or she should be willing to cover any damage the weather causes. However, you must also be willing to respect the contractor’s decision to pour the concrete a different day if there is a good chance of rain soon.

How long might the job take?
Contractors should finish the job within three days. If he hesitates in answering this question, he may be the type of contractor who starts the job, leaves for a few days or weeks, and then finishes.

Can you provide me with several references?
A successful concrete contractor should be more than willing to share past projects with you as well as give you phone numbers for references. Be wary of the contractor who doesn’t offer this information. If you are hiring this pro for a large project, be sure to look at past projects and ask past clients about the communication style of the pro, how they felt during and after the project, and if they would hire this pro again.

When can I review a contract?
After your initial meeting with your concrete contractors in which the overall scope of work and expected budget is discussed, ask when you can review the contract. The contract should include all the details of the project as well as a breakdown of costs and payment schedule. Because this contract may be very lengthy, take the time to review so that you understand what work will be done. If you have any changes to be made, send them in writing and ask for a revised contract. Once the work begins, any changes should be noted on a change work order form.

What is the best way to communicate with you and your crew?
Get clarity about how many other projects the general contractor might have at once. If you are one of several projects, how can you best get a hold of the contractor? Find out the general schedule (called a workback schedule) so you can see which subcontractors will be arriving on which dates, as well as the procurement schedule. Ask for a regular meeting with your general contractor to catch any delays or potential delays before they happen.

When will you be able to start?
Good concrete contractors are usually booked for a few weeks or so, maybe a month. If your contractor is ready to start soon, question him a little further. Who knows? Maybe he’s been working for someone else for some time and just started his business. Maybe he just hit a slow period. If he seems to feel threatened by your question, then take that as a sign to work with someone else.

Can you provide pictures of previous work?
A good contractor has these readily available. If he can’t provide pictures, ask for the contact information of satisfied customers. If that isn’t available, then you’re definitely talking to the wrong person.

How will the site look when the job is completed?
Some contractors get a little careless and destroy a yard in order to do a small job, while others are neat and tidy. A messy contractor isn’t necessarily someone to avoid working with, but there are probably better ones out there.

How thick will the concrete be?
If you’re having a driveway poured, the last thing you want to happen is for it to crack the first few months after construction. An appropriate thickness for handling the load placed on the slab by vehicles is 4 inches, with 5 inches being even better. An additional inch improves load-bearing capacity by 50%.