Here at Sam the Concrete Man Hudson, CO, we know the importance of a strong foundation.
Just like you, after a hard day’s work, we need somewhere to stow our equipment, and our team only trusts concrete pads to get the job done.
Using concrete pads for storage sheds isn’t always necessary, but it’s undeniably the best option for heavy duty applications.
Concrete pads for sheds are, without a doubt, the most durable form of shed foundation on the market. Dense, well-compacted, commercial-grade concrete creates a level and stable base that resists frost, wear, and localized ground movement for decades after installation.
Like gravel pads, concrete pads for storage sheds have the advantage of full load contact, which means the shed floor support stay in continuous contact with the foundation, rather than spanning as with concrete piers or blocks. If you plan to use your concrete storage shed to house heavy equipment, this is the only option.
Using concrete pads for storage sheds also greatly increases the lifespan of the structure, since damp, freeze/thaw action, and temperature changes are minimized.
Unlike timber floors, concrete pads are ideal for sheds intended to store machinery and other equipment that gets put away wet. Installing concrete pads is also a great idea if you intend to store wheel equipment because you can build the level of the floor very close to ground level.
SAM THE CONCRETE MAN was founded in 1989 by the original Sam, who laid the foundation for success with hard work, integrity, and quality craftsmanship.
More than 30 years later, we’re proud to bring that same ethos and service standard to homeowners in Hudson, CO. Whether you need a concrete pad repaired, sealed, resurfaced, or poured, we have everything you need under one roof.
Get in touch with our team to discuss your needs, preferences, and budget, and start exploring our extensive catalog today.
Call 303-948-0140 or fill out our fast contact form to book your free consultation. All estimates are completely free and there is never any pressure to buy.Gallery