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Dirty Boys Concrete




Riverton, UT




Riverton, UT


How can Dirty Boys Concrete give me an accurate bid over the phone?

With over 50 years of collective crew experience, Dirty Boys Concrete is a seasoned contractor and expert in the field. To accommodate the high demand from interested customers, we’ve streamlined our pricing process. By providing a simple photo of your project area, along with basic measurements or square footage, and  a brief phone call, we can promptly offer you an accurate price. In cases where we feel the pricing may not be precise, we’ll schedule an on-site consultation for further assessment.

Why should I choose Dirty Boys Concrete as my concrete contractor?

Choose Dirty Boys Concrete in the Salt Lake City area for unmatched expertise, honesty, and reliability. With over 50 years of combined crew experience and a 5 star customer rating , we excel in various residential flatwork projects, from driveways to patios, offering specialized services in ADA pedestrian access ramps and decorative concrete. Our commitment to continuous learning ensures that we stay at the forefront of industry trends. Whether it’s new builds, tear-out and replacement, remodels, or design, Dirty Boys Concrete delivers quality results with a focus on integrity, communication, and punctuality.

Can you pour concrete in the winter?

Yes, concrete can be poured year-round. Just like in high-temperature summers, industry standards are used to  counteract weather challenges and ensure the quality and strength of the concrete. Some of these standards include using hot water, calcium chloride accelerators, and non-chloride options, along with straight-sack cement, insulated concrete blankets just to name a few.   

How much does a driveway replacement cost in Salt Lake City?

A typical concrete driveway replacement in the Salt Lake City area is around 6000.00 to 12,000.00 or $8 to $15 per square foot, influenced by design complexity and additional features. Heated driveway costs on the other hand are usually in the $20-$35 per square foot price additonal depending on heated system and installation complexity.

How long does concrete take to cure?

Concrete is cured after 28 days. To protect the concrete, you should wait 24 hours for foot traffic, 10 days to drive light vehicles or add furniture, and 28 days for heavy pick-up trucks and RVs.

How much does a concrete patio in Salt Lake City area cost?

Concrete patios installation in Salt Lake City area can range in price from $8-$20 per sq. Some factors that increase price are total square footage, design, finish type of regular broomed concrete or stamped and colored, location and prep work. The total price for most concrete patios on new builds or prep areas are between $4500- $7500 and with removal of concrete, grass or other prep work $5000-$9000.00.

What's the best concrete sealer?

This largely depends on what type of concrete finish and your desired benefits. If you are looking for some protections but mainly a like new stamped patio, an Acrylic sealer could be the best option. If you are looking for chemical and stain protection a penetrating sealer would be a great choice. 

Can I use salt and deicers on my new concrete?

NO! Salt and deicers destroy the concrete on a molecular level. The first 2 years are citical to not use salt or deicers this is critical to the strenght and structual intergrity of the concrete. The chlorides eat the bonds beteween the cement.  Kitty litter and sand are great options. If you are in a siutation where you need to deice for safety, sealing the concrete is critical. 

Do you cap and move sprinklers?

As a courtesy to our customers, Dirty Boys Concrete will cap irrigation lines that we find or are pointed out by the client. However, please note that we do not provide a warranty or guarantee for irrigation repairs or damage resulting from broken irrigation lines.

Concrete Truck and Pump wash out?

Starting January 1, 2024, all concrete trucks and concrete pumps are required to have an on-site SWPPP (Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan) compliant washout location. This entails containing all water until evaporation, after which the remaining hardened washout can be disposed of. We’ve partnered with a company that will pick up these washout bins and dispose of them properly, often at a concrete recycling plant whenever feasible. A small fee is assosiated with this service.

How often should I seal my stamped concrete?

Stamped and Decorative concrete usually gets sealed every year or every couple years. With higher quality sealers they can be “renewed” with out fulling resealing that can be more economical. 

How often should I seal my driveway?

For driveways and other regular concrete with our penetration sealer is a lifetime application. For more standard sealers they should be reapplied every year or couple years depending on quality and use.