Sidewalk and Driveway
When you’re building a new driveway there is a good chance that you’re going to end up making adjustments to the sidewalk at some point. If you have to make any adjustments to sidewalks you have to make sure that you know the local jurisdiction and know who you have to talk to. More often than not you’re going to need some type of permission to be able to do this type of work. We wanted to highlight this just to show you that we’re not just about design and custom concrete. We know how to work to ensure that you’re not going to be running into legal trouble down the line.
Permits & All Sorts Of Legal Requirements
In all of the projects that we undertake there is a chance that we may need to ask some type of permission from local authorities or even the HOA or whoever it may be. We’ve been working in this area for enough time to know pretty much all of the regulations. With sidewalks, there is usually some type of permit involved. You can be sure that we’ll be able to work those things out for you before we tear up the existing sidewalk and put you in hot water.
Before we even start talking about stamped concrete or any other type of decorative concrete finish we want to make sure that we know where the driveway is going to run. Some people keep their cars in the driveway and if they have a lot of cars they’re going to want to make sure that the driveway is large enough. You don’t necessarily have to build the simple inclined slope driveway that we tend to see in all of suburban America. We can help you design a driveway path that meets your current needs.
Decorative Concrete On Driveways
Your driveway is the first thing that anyone is ever going to see when they arrive at your house. It then makes sense to give the area your own personal staple. We can help you do that through decorative or stamped concrete. You don’t have to settle for the typical gray looking driveway. There are a bunch of different colors and designs that we can implement on your driveway. Think about it, we already talked about the unique path design. You can complement that with unique colors and designs. It’s a win-win all the way around.
Do I Need To Fix My Sidewalk Or Is The Someone Else's Responsibility?
This can fall under the permits and legal issues. We just want to make sure though, that you know you can give us a call and we can provide an inspection for you. Once we do that we can give you a list of options. If you can’t directly fix the issue yourself you have to file paperwork with the city. We’ll be more than happy to steer you in the correct direction. We may even be able to help you over the phone with some of these issues.