Sidewalks & Walkways
Concrete is one of the most popular building materials for outdoor building projects, including sidewalks and walkways. This is because concrete is extremely solid and durable and provides a great surface for paving and stabilizing the ground for transportation or other building projects. Concrete provides unbeatable structural integrity to any interior or exterior building project you have, especially sidewalks and walkways that require strength and stability for safety and comfort.
Concrete is a great material for your sidewalks because of its strength and durability. When it comes to installing concrete sidewalks, the method we opt for tends to be concrete slabs. When you invest in concrete slabs over standard concrete, you’re essentially getting the same standard of concrete but in larger blocks that have been formed through a mold and are later laid flat and side by side to create the surface. Using concrete slabs also makes it easier to repair the sidewalks because the individual slab can be removed without having to repair the entire concrete surface.
Concrete walkways are similar to sidewalks, but clients typically prefer the option to customize these more than standard sidewalks. Many clients want their walkways to be quaint and approachable, which is what our concrete walkways can help you accomplish. After installing the concrete for your concrete walkway, we can then assist you in customizing it with either concrete staining, concrete stamping, or both! Concrete walkways are often narrower than standard sidewalks and usually have to be installed into the landscape of greenery, where the sidewalks are paved into the edges of a landscape and usually attached to the main road, parking lot, more, or driveway.
Retaining walls are another outdoor structure that concrete serves as the perfect building material. Concrete retaining walls can be installed into your landscape to help provide balance and strength to your multilevel landscape and prevent landslides or mudslides. Retaining walls can also be customized, like standard concrete, to give them a more appealing appearance to complement your landscape. If you have an existing landscape aesthetic, including brick stairs or a stone patio, you may want to consider a retaining wall that is customized to match these structures.
Concrete slabs, as mentioned previously, are concrete molds that have been poured into frames that are later aligned for a particular building structure. The size of the concrete slabs can be customized depending on the size of the project or the surface that will be covered with the concrete slabs. They are typically used for flattened surfaces, including sidewalks or walkways. Using concrete slabs provides the same level of strength and durability but without the inconvenience of having to replace the entire surface of concrete when only a part of it requires repairing. Removing a damaged slab is much easier and can be replaced with a concrete slab that is not damaged, by sealing it in place with the remaining slabs.