Cement Sidewalk

Cement Sidewalk

Flint Concrete team is constantly installing new sidewalks and repairing older ones throughout the New Orleans, Louisiana and surrounding areas. Concrete sidewalks and walkways is a premier service offered and our team will exceed your expectations with outstanding results and an unbeatable price.

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A fractured or damaged walkway can present a risk to safety, where elevation as well as uneven faults trigger tripping threats. This can be from inappropriate walkway installation, however nature can play a role in damaged walkways. Throughout the years, tree origins can create elevated or collapsed areas. Split as well as harmed concrete of sidewalks and also pathways is not a safe atmosphere.
 

Cost To build A Sidewalk

Concrete is a common material choice for an exterior sidewalk.
You will find that the cost to install average sidewalk depends upon material and finish grade, surface area and material volume, preparation and special needs, and the labor rate. 
1. Concrete sidewalk: excavate, prepare, pour, and broom finish 200 linear feet of 48" wide by 3" thick slab with rebar, wire mesh, and aggregate/sand base. $9.53 per foot 200 $1,907
2. Upgrade: earth tone color and pavers-embossing. $1.67 per foot 200 $334

How long should a concrete sidewalk last?

Concrete with usual wear and tear may last anywhere from 10-25+ years.

How thick is a concrete sidewalk?

Sidewalks: Concrete sidewalks are typically 4 inches in thickness. However, if a sidewalk supports motorized service vehicles or crosses a driveway, it may need to be as much as 8 inches in thickness. Driveways: Home driveways can be as little as 4 inches thick if they are only going to bear passenger vehicles.

Do sidewalks have rebar?

Member. Many, many sidewalks do not have any rebar in them at all and they hold up just fine. Typically, the rebar is there just to reduce the cracking in a slab on grade situation; unless the intended use will put a lot of weight on it. Then you would put a lot of rebar in it and increase the thickness of the slab.

Why are sidewalks made of concrete?

Concrete becomes material of choice, replacing brick

During the last century, concrete replaced brick as the standard surface for sidewalks in the United States. It is also the least sensible surface, simply because concrete slabs can easily become uneven and pose tripping hazards.

 

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Cement Sidewalk

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A well-built concrete sidewalk serves many purposes both within the property as well as in a public area. It provides space for safe and comfortable movement as well as enhances the beauty of the place. Count on the skilled sidewalk contractors at Flint Concrete to construct concrete sidewalks on your residential or commercial property.

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Installing a concrete sidewalk or walkway to your residence or business creates a well-designed curb appeal and functionality. At Flint Concrete, we are known for providing high quality concrete walkways, offering you a number of options to suit your sidewalk needs. Our contractors will work with straight or curved sidewalks and/or walkway designs, or simply help extend the width of your sidewalk. Make your walkway flow with the rest of your space by taking advantage of our stamped concrete designs, with full broom or picture frame bordered finishes. Call Flint concrete for a free estimate (855) 719-1222

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Concrete Pouring

The cement reacts with the water and other ingredients to form a hard matrix that binds the materials together into a durable stone-like material that has many uses. ... Most concrete is poured with reinforcing materials (such as rebar) embedded to provide tensile strength, yielding reinforced concrete.

 

sidewalkpavementfootpath, or footway, is a path along the side of a road. Usually constructed of concrete or asphalt, it is designed for pedestrians.



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