Dear Customer:

We look forward to serving your community to the best of our abilities. This letter provides additional information regarding our warranty, stating that we will strive to follow best practices in installing new driveways and patios and use the materials detailed in our estimate.

That being said, our company does not offer a warranty against cracks or spalling. We don’t warranty against cracks or spalling because if they develop, it is because they are outside of our control. More specifically, we attempt to follow best practices to mitigate the risk of cracking, which includes the following:

  1. We order our concrete directly from a manufacturer like Martin Marietta rather than a 3rd party. This helps ensure that what we order is what we get. That being said, we don’t control the manufacturing of the concrete. It is delivered, poured, and finished.
  2. We compact the area. We also ensure that the surface has the correct slope.
  3. We tie the concrete into adjacent surfaces with rebar to hold it in place.
  4. We attempt to pour earlier in the day before it gets too hot, too cold, or too windy. These conditions cause the surface of the concrete to cure at a different rate than the center, resulting in tension that can develop hairline cracks.
  5. We reinforce the concrete with wire mesh so that the reinforcement will hold it together if/when your concrete does crack.
  6. We install control joints. Control joints allow cracks to run to the joint and then out to the outer edge of the slab rather than continue through the surface.
  7. We also compact the surface so that the risk of erosion is reduced.
  8. We ordered and installed 4,000 psi concrete for added strength.

In summary, as concrete cures, there are billions of hairline cracks throughout the concrete as it cures. This is the definition of curing. Unfortunately, sometimes, those cracks work themselves to the surface.

So, what can you do to help us achieve a great outcome? Here’s a list:

  1. Do not walk on the concrete until the next day.
  2. Don’t drop tools on the concrete until 2-3 days
  3. Don’t drive on the concrete for 5-7 days.
  4. Following the day of the pour, attempt to keep the surface moist to slow the curing process at the surface. Do this for seven days if possible. By moisture, we mean spraying the driveway with a garden hose several times daily.

Please note that 80% of the curing occurs in the first 30 days; however, the concrete will continue to cure for up to 12 months. Any discolorations (if applicable) should fade as the concrete cures.

We must carefully watch the weather to ensure it will not rain on the day of the pour. We also want to do our best to ensure the temperature does not drop below freezing within 48 hours after the pour unless winter precautions are undertaken. If temperatures are expected to drop below freezing within 48 hours after the pour, the best practice is to cover the pour with blankets during that time. Blanketing comes with some discoloration and finish risks. You should ask your pour to be delayed if you feel there is a risk in either of these areas. We do our best to watch for these things; however, Colorado can be unpredictable.


Sage Solutions Inc. (dba Best Denver Concrete)

  • We provide free estimates for all concrete projects.
  • You may schedule a free onsite estimate by calling us at 303-900-5889 or booking an online appointment.
  • We are available M-Th 8 to 5, Friday 8-12.
  • We service the entire Denver metro area. Our office is located in Parker, Colorado. 
  •  You can submit questions or request a free estimate by calling us or clicking on the "Request Estimate" link at the top of this page and completing that form. 

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