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Concrete Driveways, Walkways,

Sidewalks

Rising Sun Landscaping & Maintenance installs concrete driveways, walkways, borders as a part of any landscaping project.  These are foundational elements to your landscaping that provide functionality for movement, areas for activities, foundations for items like sheds and hot tubs, and separation of spaces on your property. There are many options for installing concrete depending on the use.  Consider these variations: Special finishes to concrete o Exposed aggregate o Stamped concrete (textures that look like rock, tile, wood, etc.) o Salt finish o Broom finish Colored / dyed concrete As a base for flagstone Concrete mixture and hardness Note that we do not perform acid wash or staining because this is a specialty field.  We will work with other contractors for this service. Rising Sun Landscaping and Maintenance understands critical factors for proper concrete driveway and walkway installation including soil compaction, temperature, weather, quality finishing, strengthening with mesh when needed, straight joints, appropriate slope for drainage, etc.  Concrete can be installed any time of the year with proper precautions.   Concrete finish can be important to safety to prevent slippery surfaces.  We are also careful to prepare pathways under concrete driveways and walkways to accommodate utilities such as irrigation, electrical, plumbing, and other services.  Let us know what kind of features you intend to put in your yard so we prepare these underground pathways.

Concrete patios and gathering spaces

Basic patios are often poured in concrete.  Consider small changes to this approach to add additional style and design to your patio. Embedding brick or pavers as borders and internal designs Flagstone Stamped concrete (textures that look like rock, tile, wood, etc.) Other gathering areas such as around fire pits, kivas, and outdoor kitchens are often produced on a foundation of concrete.

Concrete driveways

A properly formed and installed driveway adds function and form to your landscaping.  Consider how it will be used, and how it will look.  Rising Sun Landscaping & Maintenance has installed huge driveways to small additions that widen or add more function.

Parking pads for cars, recreational vehicles (RVs)

Need a little extra off-street space to parks your cars and recreational vehicles?  Concrete pads for these purposes can add utility and efficiency to your property and better protect investment in your vehicles.   Depending on the type of vehicle you’re using, we may recommend stronger concrete or mesh reinforcement within the concrete.

Concrete walkways

Many walkways including steps are made from concrete.  Just as in patios, options in finishing, coloring, and adding boarders can carry the theme of your landscape design throughout the pathways on your property.

Other landscaping uses for concrete

What other need for concrete do you have in your landscaping?  Rising Sun has utilized concrete for other landscape features including these: Foundations for gathering spaces Sports play areas Boarders for grass and other areas Some ponds Runnoff drainage channels for water Dog runs Foundations for sheds Pads for storing trash bins

Concrete repair

We repair concrete only by removing previous concrete and pouring new slabs.  This approach we find provides more functional, durable, and aesthetic results.   If you have space, curved lines or round corners often look better in your landscaping than straight angles.
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Concrete walkway and gathering area around fire pit and bancos  by Rising Sun Landscaping & Maintenance
Long concrete driveway, landscaping, by Rising Sun Landscaping & Maintenance
Concrete patio, steps, bordered wtih pavers,  by Rising Sun Landscaping & Maintenance
Two-tier concrete patio for sloped yards  by Rising Sun Landscaping & Maintenance
Concrete walkway during construction  by Rising Sun Landscaping & Maintenance
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Concrete Driveways,

Walkways,

Sidewalks

Rising Sun Landscaping & Maintenance installs concrete driveways, walkways, borders as a part of any landscaping project.  These are foundational elements to your landscaping that provide functionality for movement, areas for activities, foundations for items like sheds and hot tubs, and separation of spaces on your property. There are many options for installing concrete depending on the use.  Consider these variations: Special finishes to concrete o Exposed aggregate o Stamped concrete (textures that look like rock, tile, wood, etc.) o Salt finish o Broom finish Colored / dyed concrete As a base for flagstone Concrete mixture and hardness Note that we do not perform acid wash or staining because this is a specialty field.  We will work with other contractors for this service. Rising Sun Landscaping and Maintenance understands critical factors for proper concrete driveway and walkway installation including soil compaction, temperature, weather, quality finishing, strengthening with mesh when needed, straight joints, appropriate slope for drainage, etc.  Concrete can be installed any time of the year with proper precautions.   Concrete finish can be important to safety to prevent slippery surfaces.  We are also careful to prepare pathways under concrete driveways and walkways to accommodate utilities such as irrigation, electrical, plumbing, and other services.  Let us know what kind of features you intend to put in your yard so we prepare these underground pathways.

Concrete patios and gathering

spaces

Basic patios are often poured in concrete.  Consider small changes to this approach to add additional style and design to your patio. Embedding brick or pavers as borders and internal designs Flagstone Stamped concrete (textures that look like rock, tile, wood, etc.) Other gathering areas such as around fire pits, kivas, and outdoor kitchens are often produced on a foundation of concrete.

Concrete driveways

A properly formed and installed driveway adds function and form to your landscaping.  Consider how it will be used, and how it will look.  Rising Sun Landscaping & Maintenance has installed huge driveways to small additions that widen or add more function.

Parking pads for cars, recreational vehicles

(RVs)

Need a little extra off-street space to parks your cars and recreational vehicles?  Concrete pads for these purposes can add utility and efficiency to your property and better protect investment in your vehicles.   Depending on the type of vehicle you’re using, we may recommend stronger concrete or mesh reinforcement within the concrete.

Concrete

walkways

Many walkways including steps are made from concrete.  Just as in patios, options in finishing, coloring, and adding boarders can carry the theme of your landscape design throughout the pathways on your property.

Other landscaping uses for concrete

What other need for concrete do you have in your landscaping?  Rising Sun has utilized concrete for other landscape features including these: Foundations for gathering spaces Sports play areas Boarders for grass and other areas Some ponds Runnoff drainage channels for water Dog runs Foundations for sheds Pads for storing trash bins

Concrete repair

We repair concrete only by removing previous concrete and pouring new slabs.  This approach we find provides more functional, durable, and aesthetic results.   If you have space, curved lines or round corners often look better in your landscaping than straight angles.
Rising Sun Landscaping & Maintenance BBB Business Review
Rio Rancho • Albuquerque • West Mesa • Corrales • Taylor Ranch • East Mountains Bernallilo  • Algodones • Placitas • Cedar Crest • Tijeras • Los Lunas • Belen • Santa Fe
           Contact us for a free estimate! Available everyday 7 am to 8 pm   505-274-1527