About Expert Concrete Care

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 Why Maintain My Concrete?

In most cases concrete is a durable, long lasting product without maintenance. So it often raises eyebrows when the subject of maintaining concrete is brought up.

Properly maintaining concrete, however, can greatly extend the life of the concrete and the beauty of the concrete: plain concrete can look clean and bright-instead of oil stained and grimy. Decorative Concrete can look the same after years of enjoyment as it did when it was brand new-instead of faded, oil stained, and dirty.

Properly maintaining the concrete protects your investment in concrete, particularly if you’ve taken the initiative and incurred the expense of pouring decorative concrete.*

  Concrete repairs, sealing, and coloring are just a few of the ways we have been making Dane county residents happy.  We look forward to exceeding your expectations!


“No job is too unique.”

Expert Concrete Care has been in business since 2010. Coming from a family that has been in the concrete industry has driven our desire to offer creative solutions to customer’s needs. We still work with this mentality and continue to expand our services. We have been offering homeowners, homebuilders, and mangers quality concrete management solutions that meet and exceed expectations. Experience with unique and challenging jobs has given us the upper hand when meeting customers’ expectations.


Jacob Jankowski — President


Let me be your next contractor, you will not be disappointed!



We service commercial and residential clients in: Waunakee – 53597, Lodi – 53555, Madison – 53702, 53703, 53704, 53705, 53706, 53711, 53713, 53714, 53715, 53716, 53717, 53718, 53719, 53726, 53792, Dane – 53529, Deforest – 53532, Sun Praire – 53590, Stoughton – 53589, Cottage Grove – 53527, Monona, Westport, Sauk – 53583, Black Earth – 53515, Cross Plains 53528, Middleton – 53562, Verona – 53593, Fitchburg, Oregon – 53575, Brooklyn – 5352, Mcfarland – 53558, Mt. Horeb – 53572, and Windsor – 53598 since 2010.

* Adapted from The Concrete Network