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Concrete Sidewalk Services

When it comes to the ways you can create a sidewalk, we know that the options can feel limited. Its either you choose gravel, stone, dirt or gravel but one material will always stand out from the others, concrete. Concrete has been used on sidewalks since the Roman era and with advancements in the field of concrete, the material has never been better to use!
Have you ever been curious as to how the professionals install concrete sidewalks for property owners? Well down below, you will find our in-depth guide to concrete sidewalks and how our team installs and repairs them.

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    Signs Your Sidewalk Needs To Be Repaired

    When it comes to sidewalks, the concrete slab is almost always exposed to strenuous conditions that would make most other materials fail with months. From constant exposure to weathering and UV rays to heavy foot traffic, the concrete has to endure hazards daily. Thankfully, the damage that has affected your concrete slab is fairly easy to spot and you can see the damage by simply walking on or looking at the concrete. To make identifying these damages easier, we have outlined the most common forms of damage that concrete exhibits as well as how we repair the damage down below:


    Spalling is a form of damage that occurs on concrete that was installed using a concrete mixture that contained too much water or too much water was sprayed on the coating during the curing process. This will cause the surface of the concrete to flake, pop or chip away, leaving exposed aggregate. This damage is most commonly solved with resurfacing but can be patched if affected only in a small area. A pressure washer is used to confirm the affected areas.


    Cracking is the most common form of damage that affects concrete sidewalks. From enduring heavy foot traffic to the eventually dropped object, cracks can form in the blink of an eye. If the crack doesn’t break through the entire slab or cause structural damage, the crack can be repaired using epoxy injection, hydraulic cement or when large areas of the sidewalk are affected, concrete resurfacing is a viable option to create a repaired surface that is seamless and uniform.