Higher PSI than standard concrete and exceeds ASTM standards.
Fast, affordable way to resurface driveways, patios and walkways.
Ideal for projects that need to be done quickly.
Perfect for projects requiring a quality, general-use concrete mix.
The only concrete that gives you speed to set, strength and durability, all in one.
Whether you’re looking to set a new walkway, repair an existing structure or take on a DIY project, The Home Depot has all of the concrete, asphalt repair and masonry tools you need to get the job done right.
The Right Stuff
When you’re taking on a concrete project, make sure you’ve got the right type of bagged concrete mix to handle the job. All-purpose concrete can usually do the job for many DIY projects and repairs, but consider other options including high-strength concrete, crack-resistant concrete, as well as rapid-setting concrete. For a product that has all of those capabilities in one, consider CTS Rapid Set, which is the only fast-setting, high-strength and crack-resistant all-in-one concrete mix – and it’s exclusive to The Home Depot. If you’re not sure what type of concrete is right for your project or how much to get, check out our Concrete Buying Guide.
For jobs that require extra reinforcement, look for rebar, remesh and backer rod to give it the strength required to withstand elements and impact. Once it’s all poured, consider using concrete stamps to add a little extra flair and visual interest.
If you’re looking to do some crack repair and fix breaks in concrete, we’ve got a great supply of sealants, patch repair, crack fillers and resurfacing products to help make your sidewalk, curb or porch look as good as new.
You Can DIY It & We Can Help
If you’re looking for a little extra information or help on concrete projects, we’ve got several guides that can help you along the way. To repair a sidewalk with some cracks you’d like to take care of, read through our How to Repair a Sidewalk guide. For those pesky porch steps that have been banged up, check out our How to Repair Concrete Steps guide. And if you’re looking for something a little more inspirational, our blog has lots of interesting indoor and outdoor concrete DIY projects you can tackle.