Your Selected Location:
Your Selected Category:
Enter a city, county or zip code to filter results.

Platinum Listing
Gold Listing
Silver Listing
PAGE 1
1 - 20 of 67 Providers
 
ADVANCED PAVING SYSTEMS
55 Germay Dr, Wilmington, DE  19804
302-654-9175
 
ALL - PRO POWER WASHING
1429 Spruce Ave, Wilmington, DE  19801
302-998-7518
 
ALL-CORE DRILLING CO.
PO Box 12863, Wilmington, DE  19720
302-322-7120
 
ATLANTIC CONSTRUCTION
1905 Conrad St, Wilmington, DE  19805
302-654-5484
 
BEAR CONCRETE CO
595 Walther Rd, Newark, DE  19702
302-834-3333
 
BRADLEY & SONS DESIGNER CONCRETE
277 Airport Rd, New Castle, DE  19720
302-322-8854
 
BRANDYWINE CONSTRUCTION CO INC
101 Pigeon Point Rd, New Castle, DE  19720
302-571-9773
 
BRESLIN CONTRACTING CO
18 King Court, New Castle, DE  19720
302-322-0320
 
CMS UNITED INC
701 S Market St, Wilmington, DE  19801
302-777-5676
 
CONCRETE SERVICE CO
3315 Coachman Rd, Wilmington, DE  19803
302-479-5353
 
CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY RESURFACING & DESIGN
428 E Ayre St, Wilmington, DE  19804
302-998-9820
 
CONCRETE WORK UNLIMITED
Roselle Shopping Centre, Wilmington, DE  19801
302-633-6670
 
CUSTOM COATINGS & DESIGNS
21 Myers Rd, Newark, DE  19702
302-368-9931
 
CUTTING & CORING INC
1699 Dupont Hwy, Bear, DE  19701
302-836-6040
 
CUTTING & CORING INC
1699 N Du Pont Hwy, Saint Georges, DE  19733
302-392-7383
 
D V SMITH INC
408 N James St, Wilmington, DE  19804
302-994-2100
 
DAVID WATERS & SON
213 S Dupont Rd, Wilmington, DE  19805
302-656-1468
 
DELAWARE CONCRETE PUMP SALES INC
4 Gordy Extension, New Castle, DE  19720
302-322-2899
 
DENISIO GENERAL CONSTRUCTION INC
1306 N Bancroft Pkwy, Wilmington, DE  19806
302-656-9460
 
DIAMOND CONCRETE INC
32 Burbank St, Newark, DE  19702
302-834-7769
Platinum Listing
Gold Listing
Silver Listing
PAGE 1
1 - 20 of 67 Providers
ADD YOUR BUSINESS LISTING:
Thank you for your interest in becoming listed in the Claims Pages as an Insurance Claims Service Provider in New Castle County, DE under Concrete Contractors. Simply fill out the form below and a representative will contact you as soon as possible to discuss advertising rates and options on how to best market your business to the thousands of insurance adjusters in your area. Or, if you have any questions, please call our Claims Provider Hotline at 1-844-CLM-WORK. If you are an adjuster, please call our Adjuster Services Department directly at 1-844-ADJUST1.
Contact Name
 
Company Name *
Phone Number *
 
E-Mail Address *
 
Security Code *
Related Occupations
Powered by The Bureau of Labor Statistics
Brickmasons, Blockmasons, and Stonemasons

Brickmasons, blockmasons, and stonemasons (or, simply, masons) use bricks, concrete blocks, and natural stones to build fences, walkways, walls, and other structures. Show Details

Duties

Masons typically do the following:

  • Read blueprints or drawings to calculate materials needed
  • Lay out patterns or foundations, using a straightedge
  • Break or cut bricks, stones, or blocks to their appropriate size
  • Mix mortar or grout and spread it onto a slab or foundation
  • Lay bricks, blocks, or stones according to plans
  • Clean excess mortar with trowels and other handtools
  • Construct corners with a corner pole or by building a corner pyramid
  • Ensure that a structure is perfectly vertical and horizontal, using a plumb bob and level
  • Clean and polish surfaces with hand or power tools
  • Fill expansion and contraction joints with the appropriate caulking materials

The following are common types of masons:

Brickmasons and blockmasons—who often are called bricklayers—build and repair walls, floors, partitions, fireplaces, chimneys, and other structures with brick, precast masonry panels, concrete block, and other masonry materials.

Pointing, cleaning, and caulking workers repair brickwork, particularly on older structures on which mortar has come loose. Special care must be taken not to damage the structural integrity or the existing bricks.

Refractory masons are brickmasons who specialize in installing firebrick and refractory tile in high-temperature boilers, furnaces, cupolas, ladles, and soaking pits in industrial establishments. Most of these workers are employed in steel mills, where molten materials flow on refractory beds from furnaces to rolling machines. They also are employed at oil refineries, glass furnaces, incinerators, and other locations with manufacturing processes that require high temperatures.

Stonemasons build stone walls, as well as set stone exteriors and floors. They work with two types of stone: natural-cut stone, such as marble, granite, and limestone; and artificial stone, made from concrete, marble chips, or other masonry materials. Using a special hammer or a diamond-blade saw, workers cut stone to make various shapes and sizes. Some stonemasons specialize in setting marble, which is similar to setting large pieces of stone.

Cement Masons and Terrazzo Workers

Cement masons pour, smooth, and finish concrete floors, sidewalks, roads, and curbs. Using a cement mixture, terrazzo workers create durable and decorative surfaces for floors and stairways. Show Details

Duties

Cement masons typically do the following:

  • Set the forms that hold concrete in place
  • Install reinforcing rebar or mesh wire to strengthen the concrete
  • Signal truck drivers to facilitate the pouring of concrete
  • Spread, level, and smooth concrete, using a trowel, float, or screed
  • Mold expansion joints and edges
  • Monitor curing (hardening) to ensure a durable, smooth, and uniform finish
  • Apply sealants or waterproofing to protect concrete

Terrazzo workers typically do the following (in addition to what cement masons do):

  • Measure ingredients for terrazzo
  • Blend a marble chip mixture that may have colors in it 
  • Grind and polish surfaces for a smooth, lustrous look

Concrete is one of the most common and durable materials used in construction. Once set, concrete—a mixture of cement, sand, gravel, and water—becomes the foundation for everything from decorative patios and floors to huge dams or miles of roadways.

The following are types of cement masons and terrazzo workers:

Cement masons and concrete finishers place and finish concrete. They may color concrete surfaces, expose aggregate (small stones) in walls and sidewalks, or make concrete beams, columns, and panels.

Throughout the process of pouring, leveling, and finishing concrete, cement masons must monitor how the wind, heat, or cold affects the curing of the concrete. They must have a thorough knowledge of the characteristics of concrete so that, by using sight and touch, they can determine what is happening to the concrete and take measures to prevent defects.

Terrazzo workers and finishers create decorative walkways, floors, patios, and panels. Although much of the preliminary work in pouring, leveling, and finishing concrete is similar to that of cement masons, terrazzo workers create more decorative finishes by blending a fine marble chip into the cement, which is often colored. Once the terrazzo is thoroughly set, workers correct any depressions or imperfections with a grinder to create a smooth, uniform finish.

Active Users: 2648
WEBSERVER 1