Chicago Brick Co. can help you with all of your concrete constructions needs, with or without brickwork included. Whether you need us to install concrete stairs, a pool deck, sidewalks, a driveway, or a patio, we can help — and we perform the project to the highest of standards.
As a full service contractor, we offer both commercial and residential concrete construction services. Our designers can help you design your concrete project with decorative brickwork embedded into the design, resulting in a gorgeous and functional hardscape. For example, adding brick accents within a concrete patio or pool deck adds visual appeal and can be used to define certain spaces or as a focal point. Our designers are creative and eager to share their ideas with you.
Is your existing concrete in need of repair? Whether it’s cracked, crumbled, stained, too small, too large, or simply outdated, we can help with our concrete repair services. As with any of our commercial and residential construction repair projects, we first seek to understand what caused the problem so that not only can we repair the current problem, we can help to prevent it from recurring by addressing the underlying cause.
Whether pouring new concrete or repairing cracked concrete, we take pride in a job well done. We want your finished product to look amazing, add form and function to your property, and last for years to come. Contact us today to learn more about our concrete construction and concrete repair services.
We carry both a class B and class C masonry license (license #MC6627) issued from the City of Chicago, Department of Buildings. These licenses permit us to legally perform concrete and brick work and obtain permits as needed.
Due to a lack of enforcement, approximately 9 out of 10 contractors performing extensive masonry repairs in Chicago lack a class C license and are not adequately insured.
As an educated consumer, do your due diligence before hiring a contractor because, unfortunately, not all contractors share our commitment to the profession. Don’t assume or take a contractor’s word for it, demand to see the physical license and make sure it has not expired. If the contractor can’t produce a current license, continue your search for a licensed masonry contractor in Chicago.