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The Perfect Gift for Dad: Adding Personalized Touches to Father's Outdoor Space in Richmond

Father's Day is just around the corner, and what better way to show your love and appreciation than by giving Dad a gift that will last a lifetime? This year, consider adding personalized touches to your dad's outdoor space with the help of a specialized concrete contractor.  At Smith Evergreen, we offer home and landscape […]
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Stamped vs. brushed concrete: which is right for your project?

Concrete is the backbone of modern construction and design. It's strong, durable, and can be molded into virtually any shape or form.  But when it comes to choosing the right finish for your project, the options can be overwhelming. Do you want a sleek and polished look or a more rustic, textured finish?  Enter stamped […]
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What our clients are saying

  • Sam and the team at Smith Evergreen are absolutely awesome. They did a great job, it turned out fantastic. My neighbors already asked for their info. Thank you!
    Mike Clute
  • My sidewalk is finally even, and our steps are nicely spaced!
    Jamie
  • Widening our walkway made our front yard so much more inviting
    Laura

Areas WE Serve

New Kent
Ashland
Goochland
Chesterfield
Powhatan
Williamsburg
Hopewell
Norfolk
Virginia Beach
Manchester
Henrico
Short Pump
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Welcome to Smith Evergreen Concrete, Richmond Virginia's newest concrete contractor. While we may new to RVA and working throughout Central Virginia, we're not new concrete.  For the last 6 years we've been dedicated to perfecting our trade while working diligently to study the craft of custom stamped concrete in the North West. We are excited to be in Richmond, with family and friends and to have the opportunity to bring our high-quality concrete craftsmanship to the beautiful state of Virginia. 

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Richmond, virginia
(804) 994-8950
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