Are you looking for concrete sidewalks contractors near you? Lighthouse Point Concrete has the BEST selection of concrete sidewalks in Florida! We can help you find a contractor that is right for your project.
We offer various of textures and colors that you can choose from. It is match the your home and please your HOA.
We have a wide selection of contractors that can help with your project! From low-cost options to experienced professionals, we have a contractor for you! Concrete is a widely chosen material in the construction industry. It offers durability, stability and a long life span of the material.
Contact us if you need concrete sidewalks installed.
-Width: 16" to 24"
-Length: 100' to 600'
-Height: 4'-10" to 8'-6"
-Finish: Glossy or Matt
Concrete Sidewalks Installation
-Prep the area by removing any trees, shrubs, or debris.
-Make sure the concrete surface is clean and free of oil, grease, or paint.
-Measure and mark out where you want the concrete sidewalk to go. Be sure to account for any drainage needs as well.
-Mix a batch of cement according to package directions and apply it with a trowel in a thick layer across the marked area. Use heavy equipment, if necessary, to compact the cement into its final shape。
-Allow the concrete to cure for at least two weeks before walking on it.
-If you need to remove a section of concrete sidewalk, use a chisel or saw to break it down and dispose of the pieces correctly.
-Call a contractor immediately if you notice any cracks, fractures, or other damage on your concrete sidewalk. The surface may be too fragile to fix, and the entire sidewalk may need to be replaced.
-If you only need some repairs done on your concrete sidewalk (walkway), use a sealant or epoxy to fix the area and reattach the pavement with screws or mortar.
-If you notice any dirt, leaves, or rocks on the concrete sidewalk, use a hose to spray water onto it and then scrub it with a brush. Finally, rinse off the concrete with clean water.
-If you notice concrete peeling or becoming discolored, call a contractor.
This may be due to weather conditions (e.g., rain) or poor maintenance on your part. In this case, it may be necessary to replace the entire sidewalk
A few different types of bases can be used for concrete sidewalks. One option is to use a premixed concrete base, available in ready-made sections or pre-mixed truckloads. Another option is to use an aggregate base of gravel, sand, and stone fragments mixed with Portland cement. Finally, you can build your concrete sidewalk base using crushed limestone or recycled plastic pellets as the primary material.
When choosing a concrete sidewalk base, selecting the suitable material and the correct mix for your specific location is important. Certain bases are better suited for wetter climates, while others are more durable in areas with higher traffic. It is also important to consider other factors, such as slope and drainage capacity.
Once you have selected a base, preparing the surface by compacting the gravel or sand before adding the Portland cement mixture is essential. How to fix a concrete sidewalk that is not intact or cracked
We have the most durable and functional concrete walkway and patio at Lighthouse Point Concrete. Our concrete works follow the proper installation and specifications. Contact us at (754) 225-9619 to learn more about our concrete sidewalks.
There are many benefits to using concrete for your sidewalk.
First, concrete is a durable material that will last longer than other options, such as wood or asphalt.
Secondly, concrete is easy to clean and maintenance-free, which makes it a perfect option for areas with high traffic volume.
Finally, concrete sidewalks look great and can add curb appeal to your home or business.
If you are considering concrete for your sidewalk, please call Lighthouse Point Concrete today. Our experienced professionals will guide you through the process and help you choose the best option for your needs.
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