You Won't Find Anything Else Like Checkbook

  • Nonprofit and independent
  • Takes no advertising or referral fees
  • Ratings and reviews by surveyed Consumers' Checkbook and Consumer Reports local subscribers
  • Undercover price comparisons
  • Complaint counts from local consumer agencies and attorney general offices
  • Advice to help you get the best service and value

Subscribe and see 155 Washington, DC area concrete contractors

Page 1 of 110 results
BusinessDistanceRatingsMost Recent Comment

Brothers Paving and Concrete

9469 Hawkins Dr
Manassas, VA 20109703-393-1927

Ratings:
?
?%    
?

Sign-in or Subscribe for Comments

M & F Concrete

11900 Livingston Rd
Manassas, VA 20109571-220-0185

Ratings:
?
?%    
?

Sign-in or Subscribe for Comments

City Concrete Corp

9284 Corporate Cir
Manassas, VA 20110703-257-7868

Ratings:
?
?%    
?

Sign-in or Subscribe for Comments

Simoes Concrete

10379 Central Park Dr
Manassas, VA 20110703-365-9226

Ratings:
?
?%    
?

Sign-in or Subscribe for Comments

AMC Enterprises

9709 Evans Ford Rd
Manassas, VA 20111866-703-7799

Ratings:
?
?%    
?

Sign-in or Subscribe for Comments

Dogwood Quarries

10027 Ellis Rd
Manassas, VA 20111703-361-5900

Ratings:
?
?%    
?

Sign-in or Subscribe for Comments

John Boothe Concrete

13521 Pleasant Colony Dr
Manassas, VA 20112703-791-5648

Ratings:
?
?%    
?

Sign-in or Subscribe for Comments

M W Langhorne Concrete

8912 Weir St
Manassas, VA 20110703-369-0437

Ratings:
?
?%    
?

Sign-in or Subscribe for Comments

Martim Concrete

8303 Quarry Rd
Manassas, VA 20110703-335-5028

Ratings:
?
?%    
?

Sign-in or Subscribe for Comments

Stonewall Concrete

8577 Sudley Rd
Manassas, VA 20110703-330-3532

Ratings:
?
?%    
?

Sign-in or Subscribe for Comments

Start by carefully considering what you think you want. Then weigh your wish list against what you’ll probably pay to fulfill it. Identifying goals and thinking through available options will force some decisions—and also help you set a budget cap.

Whether you need to cover a kitchen backsplash, redo the floor in your powder room, or pick finishes and materials for an entire house, tile is a big part of many remodeling projects. But walk into a tile showroom or home improvement store, and you may be overwhelmed with options. Cement or porcelain? White or off-white subway tiles? Glass tiles etched and painted with songbirds or a marble mosaic that looks straight out of Pompeii?

To get your money’s worth, and a job that looks good and lasts, here are 15 tips on tiling—from finding a good contractor to checking the finishing details.