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Grant T

Birch Green England


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"Grant has been great to work with. He exceeded our expectations, very helpful, tidy, punctual and communicative. "

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Nasser I

The Hamptons England


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"Such a lovely person. Very professionally done and was able to deal with my very tricky lamp issue. Would definitely recommend!"

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Marius D

Mill End England


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"Very fast and efficient "

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"Rick was available and completed the job on the same day as posting. Really professional, talked me through options and a nice guy!"

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Gaetano R

Slough Borough England


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"Gaetano and his colleague did a brilliant job trimming our overgrown hedge and other jobs in the front and back garden. The weather conditions were ho..."

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I need heavy lifting


"Super quick and efficient. 💪"

Cut out concrete slabs


"Grant has been great to work with. He exceeded our expectations, very helpful, tidy, punctual and communicative. "

Dig holes for foundation footings


"Efficient and quick. Thank you Marius"

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Why book a local concreter through Airtasker?

Looking for a professional concreter near you? Concreting is often the foundation of your building project, and you want to make sure it lasts for years, so it’s a job best left to the professionals. Your concrete contractor will help you work through your design and layout issues, and ensure your project meets the local council’s building and compliance processes, as well. When you hire a skilled concrete contractor, you get a better job that looks professional, lasts longer, and keeps your building or structure compliant.

Whether you’re looking for someone to lay a new driveway, make some paths in the backyard, or lay the slab for a new shed, it’s important to get the right concreter near you for the job. Airtasker can connect you with local professional concrete contractors who will ensure your concreting looks great and stands up to the test of time.

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Top Concreting related questions

What does a concrete contractor do?

Concrete contractors mix concrete using cement and sand using cement mixers or cement trucks. Once the concrete is mixed, they lay, spread, compact, and finish the concrete to create foundations, slabs, paths, driveways, and more.

What qualifications do you need to be a concreter?

Concreters don’t need any qualifications - concreting skills are generally picked up through on the job training, as an apprentice or trainee.

What’s the best way to prepare for concreting before my concrete contractor arrives?

Prepare your area by ensuring there’s clear access, minimal debris, and space for tools and equipment. If you have pets, it’s a good idea to arrange pet sitting or tie them well out of the way so they don’t get into wet concrete. Depending on the what’s being concreted, your contractor will usually take the prep work from there, including excavation, levelling, and measurement.

How long will I need to wait for my concrete to set and dry?

Depending on the size of the area, it can take 24-48 hours for concrete to dry, and up to a month to cure completely. You should avoid putting anything heavy on the concrete for at least a week.

How do I find the best concreter near me?

Find the best concreter near you by checking their reviews and any examples of their previous work. When you hire a local concreter through Airtasker, you can see what previous customers say about their work, review their profile, and make sure they’re a good match for your task.

What does it cost to hire a concrete contractor?

The cost of concreting will depend on the size of the job and what finish you need. A plain slab will cost around £65-£85 per square metre, while more decorative finishes can cost up to £150 per square metre. Some areas that need to meet building and council standards, such as driveways and house slabs, will cost more to cover the compliance aspect.

What do concrete services include?

Concrete services involve more than just mixing and pouring concrete. Your local concreter can help with everything from giving advice, cutting concrete, and removing old concrete, to laying the slab and installing things like washing lines and fence posts. Here’s what you can expect when you hire a concreter near you:

Concrete cutting

Concrete contractors don’t just install new concrete - they’ll also help get rid of old concrete too. They might do this before you lay new concrete, or if you decide to move a shed or patio, and replace your old concrete with grass or gardens. They’ll use heavy-duty tools to safely remove concrete, cut up and remove old pathways, remove washing lines, pull out fence posts, and remove broken sections of concrete to prepare for repairs.

Preparing the base

Before laying new concrete, your concreter will start by preparing the base to ensure a long-lasting, quality finish for your concreting that doesn’t crack or crumble. First, they’ll measure and mark out the area and prepare the base by levelling the ground. If the soil is clay-based or you’ll have heavy loads on the concrete, your concreter may create a reinforcement layer with gravel first. This is compacted with a plate-based leveller, giving each layer a smooth finish before the next is laid.

Setting up form guides and insulation

Once the ground is level, your concreter will mark out the area with form guides and string to ensure a consistent depth of concrete. Your concreter will build a slight angle into the concrete to allow for water runoff. If the concrete is for an indoor area, they’ll also install damp-proofing and insulation before laying the concrete. 

Laying concrete slabs

Concrete slabs are popular for house foundations, concrete flooring, sheds, and carports, thanks to their durability, termite-proofing, and thermal properties. Slack thickness will depend on the ground underneath, as well as the expected load that it will hold. A concreter near you will advise on factors like insulation and waterproofing for your concrete slab for local conditions. Then they’ll order a concrete delivery, ensuring your concrete is mixed consistently, then poured within the form guides. They’ll use a shovel to make sure the concrete fills out each edge and corner and remove air pockets. Finally, they’ll use a screed to level out the concrete, using the formwork as a guide.

Laying concrete driveways

A new concrete driveway can dramatically improve the street appeal of your home, and there are many decorative concrete options available. Whether you need a new driveway, a replacement, or you want to add a stone or paved look with coloured concrete, a local concreter near you can help. Driveway concreting often requires council approval, so it’s important to find a concrete contractor that is aware of local by-laws and can ensure compliance.

Concrete finishing

Once the concrete for your slab or driveway is poured and starts to set, your local concrete contractor will finish the surface. They’ll use a broom to make a roughened, easier-to-grip surface for outdoor areas, or a trowel to make it smoother for indoor flooring. Your new concrete will need 24-48 hours to dry, and shouldn’t be used heavily for at least 7 days. If your concrete is indoors, you may want to request another finish, like concrete floor polishing to help seal your concrete and give it an on-trend industrial look.

Recent Concreting tasks

Dig holes for foundation footings


Woodhatch, Surrey

2nd Jun 2021

Dig 30 holes 450 x 450 x 450 mm and possibly mix (using cement mixer) and pour concrete into holes (depending on how many holes get dug) with the help of another person. Help needed before 13th June.

Grant has been great to work with. He exceeded our expectations, very helpful, tidy, punctual and communicative.

Laying concrete


Pontgarreg, Dyfed

26th Apr 2021

Mix and lay concrete and move 50 heavy blocks

I need concreting services


Water Eaton, Buckinghamshire

6th Apr 2021

30square meter concrete 4inch deep.

Soil, bricks and slab concrete removal


East Dulwich, Greater London

19th Mar 2021

5/6 bags of stones, bricks , soil

Level concrete


Stratford, Greater London, E15

7th Feb 2021

I have a 4 x 5m concrete slab that needs leveling so I can put a log cabin onto it.

I need concreting services


North Harrow, Greater London

30th Jul 2020

12m2 and estimated 3m3 of concrete for patio and path.

I need concreting services


Normanton, West Yorkshire

28th Jun 2020

Porch concreting it's got flagstones down

Refurbish garden


Charing Cross, Greater London

1st Jun 2021

I would like to completely change my back garden, it is large I would like to just concrete or level the flooring completely and also take parts out and cover same level

Grind out and repoint cobblestones and Yorkshire f


Monk Bretton, South Yorkshire

25th Apr 2021

Labour only to grind out and repoint cobblestones and Yorkshire stone flags

I need concreting services driveway


Pype Hayes, West Midlands

25th Mar 2021

I am looking for concreating printing for my driveway and looking at price.

I need concreting services


Ilford, Greater London

17th Feb 2021

30 meter squared rear extension concrete slab needed. Mixer provided.

Concrete block Garden walls, shed & Gate


Charing Cross, Greater London

10th Dec 2020

I need to replace rail-sleepers with concrete blocks garden walls, new concrete block shed and Gate

Hardwall recently removed brick chimney breast.


Southfields, Greater London

27th Jul 2020

We have just had a chimney removed and need it making neat with hard wall. We also need the floor below it repairing in a small area with plywood.

Concrete pouring/mixing


East Finchley, Greater London, N2

4th Jun 2021

Our builder needs some help for the day doing some concrete mixing and pouring.

Garden wall for slabs


Knockhall, Kent

25th May 2021

I have my garden l need a small raised wall build for patio on one side which is 6.5m l need one line of concrete blocks added and the other side 11m l need 2 lines of concrete blocks. Everything is ready just building needs to be done l have electric cement mixer and wheelbarrow.

I need heavy lifting


Hillingdon Heath, Greater London

7th Apr 2021

Removal of concrete gravel boards (6ft long, 30cm tall), out of the 5ft concrete posts holding them in place. 5 gravel boards in each slot making a retaining wall, and they need to slide out. 24 gravel boards to be carefully removed

Very good work!

Replacing a 3 sleeper high garden border


Lawford, Essex

22nd Mar 2021

Approximately 6-7 meter length of sleepers which are rotting, need to have them removed and replaced

Need driveway laid


Gilbertstone, West Midlands

10th Feb 2021

need wall built and hardcore laid ready for slabs

Remove rusted cement mixer and stones


Acre, Lancashire

29th Sep 2020

Remove rusted cement mixer and stones

Handyman Needed


South Ruislip, Greater London

29th Jun 2020

Details of work 1. level the existing concrete slab (3m*1m) 2. Add sleepers (2 sleeprs) around flower bed (shape 1/2 Rectangle - 0.6m*3m*0.6m |_|) 3. Add concrete 20 Paving edging.