Spruce Grove Concrete Service – No Job Too Big Or Too Small
Professional Spruce Grove concrete contractor offering complete cement services to home owners, property management and commercial businesses in Spruce Grove, Alberta. We do everything from the smallest concrete repairs, such as sidewalk resurfacing, to larger cement installation type projects. We can also offer you a flexible schedule, so we are able to work within the schedule for the majority of our clients. When you are looking to hire a licensed and insured Spruce Grove concrete contractor in the metro city or for the surrounding area, call Another Concrete & Contracting Company at 780-975-7721 today so we can discuss any projects that you might have in mind.
The services we offer include, but are not limited to:
- Concrete Demolition
- Garage Pads
- Grade Beams
- Retaining Walls
- Para Ramps
- Concrete Restoration
- Concrete Breakout
- Foundation Repairs
- Concrete Finishing
- Decorative Concrete
- Concrete Fencing
- Concrete Steps
- Basement Floors
- Stamped Concrete
- Acid Etched Concrete
- Commercial Projects
- Investment Property Improvements
About Spruce Grove:
Spruce Grove is a city in the vicinity of Edmonton, Alberta. The city is very close to Stony Plain and is surrounded by Parkland County.
With a population of 32,036, Spruce Grove is the 9th largest city in Alberta. The Horizon Stage Performing Arts Centre is the local theatre, and its TransAlta Tri Leisure Centre is a popular recreation facility. As it is 11 km west of Edmonton, many citizens travel there to shop. However, there are a great number of businesses on the west end that citizens commonly utilize.
Jennifer Heil, the freestyle skier who won the first gold medal for Canada in the 2006 Winter Olympics games in Turin, Italy, and a silver medal at the 2010 Winter Olympics is from Spruce Grove, as is Carla MacLeod, a member of the 2010 Canada women’s national ice hockey team.
Spruce Grove is located near the province’s geographical centre, at 30 kilometres (19 mi) from downtown Edmonton and 14 km (8.7 mi) from Edmonton’s city limits. It is part of the Edmonton Capital Region.
Homesteaders in the area date back to 1879. Spruce Grove originally incorporated as a village on March 14, 1907, but it subsequently dissolved on August 30, 1916. Spruce Grove then re-incorporated as a village on January 1, 1955 and subsequently incorporated as a town on January 1, 1971, and as a city on March 1, 1986.