Applying and repairing concrete sidewalks and curbs.
Concrete curbs are an easy and cost effective way of limiting vehicle access in parking garages, driveways and parks. Our concrete curbs are high quality and very durable, they are also very simple to maintain and repair; making them perfect for high traffic areas.
Concrete curbs are built to withstand any weather, though no matter how high quality the concrete is, it will eventually crack from water damage. The porous surface of concrete means its easy for water to seep into it and slowly weaken its structure. Eventually the curb will start to crack, though if its high quality it will take many years to show any signs of wear at all.
Placing concrete curbs may seem like a simple task, but it requires a skilled team of experts, organization, the proper tools and machinery. With years of experience our experts are able to get the job done quickly and properly, the first time.
Concrete sidewalks are extremely durable, but they have to be.
With so much traffic on a day to day basis the concrete needs to be able to not only handle thousands of people walking on it every day, but also weather conditions. It needs to be able not to crack during the winter or not to crumble during rain.
Over the years, sidewalks have become more and more durable, however this doesn’t mean that they can’t be damaged. Concrete sidewalks are constantly being replaced or repaired in large cities.
Though all concrete sidewalks will eventually need to be repaired, not all of them are the same.
If the sidewalk is of high quality and is being placed by a highly skilled team of experts, it can last for many years. The trick to prolonging the sidewalks life is proper application, its important that there are no holes under the concrete sidewalk, or else the slab will sink and be uneven; which in time will cause it to crack.
We have been placing and repairing concrete curbs and concrete slabs for over 20 years. We are the best Concrete Sidewalk Contractors Toronto and the GTA, including Markham, Woodbridge, Richmond Hill, Newmarket, Brampton, Pickering, Ajax, Whitby, Burlington, Milton, Oakville and Uxbridge.