Clearwater, Florida

Pro-Crete Systems of Florida

Specializing in Concrete Solutions

Pro-Crete Systems of Florida

12775 Starkey Rd
Largo, FL 33773
(727) 526-8090
Pro-Crete Systems of Florida, Concrete Contractors, Services, Largo, Florida

When planning a commercial construction project, you need to align yourself with top-of-the-line companies—and this extends to teaming up with a dependable concrete contractor. From lightweight insulating concrete to gypcrete flooring and leveling to traffic coatings and flowable fill, the trusted team at Pro-Crete Systems of Florida in Largo has you covered. These experts take pride in offering a wide range of concrete solutions at competitive prices.

With more than 30 years of experience, this local concrete contractor is prepared to exceed your expectations with excellent products and quality craftsmanship. Sit down with knowledgeable staff members to design a custom plan of action that fits your building requirements. Engineers, architects, and contractors are welcome to take advantage of this team’s impressive array of skills and services, which include:

Waterproofing Services

For PMMA liquid-applied waterproofing systems, Pro-Crete can design a system specific to your design aesthetic and structural requirements. Reinforced systems are available for use over occupied spaces to create a UV resistant, monolithic, durable finish and in unreinforced applications for use over unoccupied exterior space. Formulations are available for both pedestrian and vehicular traffic.

Roof Decks

Pro-Crete Systems has been installing lightweight insulating concrete roof decks for over 25 years. We use only high quality, well engineered products in our applications. Most commonly found in the southeast U.S. on hospitals, schools and high rise commercial towers; Procrete has accepted and completed challenges of all types.

Flooring Services

Pro-Crete can provide solutions for a variety of your floor system needs. An installer of gypsum toppings and acoustical sound mats for apartments, concrete toppings for renovations and leveling repairs as well as specialty coatings, we’ve got your unique flooring project covered.

Specialty Services

Geotechnical Fills: Most commonly used as a backfill material in the southeast, Procrete has installed thousands of yards in abandoned pipelines, trenches, and slip lines as a backfill material for vibration reduction. This type of material’s benefits include 100% compaction, a broad range of densities and strengths fully customizable to suit your project’s needs as well as excellent freeze thaw resistance and  long term durability. It is easily placed by pump and flows to all spaces to ensure void elimination far better than a traditional flowable fill.

Whether you need a roof deck, gypcrete, or waterproofing system, you can depend on the talented concrete specialists at Pro-Crete Systems of Florida to get the job done right. Call this concrete contractor today at (727) 526-8090 to request an estimate or visit them online for more information on their available services.

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