We recently constructed an exposed aggregate concrete driveway along with a broomed finish sidewalk for a client who lives in the Dockside community on Kitsap Lake.

We tackled the exposed aggregate portion of this concrete project in two separate pours.  This allowed us the time to match up the cut lines in a controlled manner, and also do a meticulous job in revealing the decorative aggregate surface.

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The “mud” has been delivered and is being distributed throughout the area of the soon-to-be concrete driveway.

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Cut lines are carefully placed to mitigate cracks from occurring.

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The top part of the driveway has already been exposed. In the bottom half of the driveway, the decorative aggregate is embedded in the concrete, though awaits its exposure through washing and brushing the surface.

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After revealing the decorative aggregate, any residual surface mortar is washed away.

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Third and final pour for a broom finish sidewalk.

We offer discounted rates on all concrete products during the late fall and winter months.  If you’ve been waiting to move forward with a concrete driveway, now’s a great time to save money!

Thanks for reading our blog.  Northwest Construction & Landscape, LLC is a Kitsap County landscaping company that offers landscaping, decorative concrete and lawn maintenance services to homes and businesses across Kitsap and Pierce counties.