Springtime is a great time to pour concrete in New Jersey. The weather is mild, the ground is starting to dry out, and you’ll have plenty of time for your concrete to cure before the hot summer months. But, as with any concrete pour, there are a few things to keep in mind if you want your project to be a success.

First, let’s talk about the weather. Springtime in New Jersey can be unpredictable. One day it’s sunny and warm, the next it’s cold and rainy. To make sure your concrete pour goes smoothly, we always keep an eye on the forecast and reschedule the pour if necessary. We also take extra precautions like covering the concrete with plastic or insulated blankets to protect it from sudden changes in temperature.

Another thing to keep in mind is the ground. After a long winter, the ground can be pretty saturated. To make sure your pour goes smoothly, we’ll take extra care to prepare the site and make sure the ground is dry and stable. This includes grading the site, removing debris and compacting the soil.

Finally, we’ll use the right mix of concrete for the job. Springtime temperatures can fluctuate widely, so we’ll use a mix that can handle the changing conditions. We’ll also make sure to use the right amount of water in the mix to ensure that the concrete sets up correctly and cures properly.

At Almand Brothers, we’ve been pouring concrete in New Jersey for 35+ years. We know the ins and outs of pouring concrete in the springtime and we’re always ready to help you with your next project. Whether you’re planning a new patio, a new driveway, or any other concrete project, give us a call. We’ll make sure your pour is a success, no matter what the weather throws at us. Our team is dedicated to providing the highest quality work and customer service. Trust us to handle your next concrete project.

Get in touch today for a FREE estimate for your next concrete project this spring.