Trip Hazard Removal
Did you know the Americans with Disabilities Act prohibits vertical changes in level greater than 1/4" inch on sidewalks? While most homeowners aren’t subject to ADA requirements, other legal and aesthetic issues are a major concern whenever a trip hazard is present. The Advantages of Trip Hazard Removal:
- Cost Saving: Thousands can be saved using Trip Hazard Removal rather than concrete replacement.
- Compliance: Completely compliant with the ADA regulations.
- Liability Issues: Removal of Trip Hazards will greatly reduce the exposure to liability issues.
- Lower Insurance Costs: Insurance rates can be greatly reduced through the implementation of Trip Hazard removal.
- Fast & Efficient: Trip Hazard Removal, Concrete Grinding is pedestrian friendly. The surface is restored to safety in a matter of hours, rather than days as is the case with replacement, keeping the adverse impact on foot traffic to a minimum.
- Cleanliness: All debris is immediately removed from the repair site, and the location is left clean and attractive.
Eliminate Trip Hazards
Trip hazards not only pose a danger but they can also be a serious liability. If someone trips and is seriously injured at your home or commercial property you may be held liable for their injuries. Concrete can easily shift due to poor soil conditions, insufficient ground prep before the concrete was poured, tree roots, and soil erosion. As concrete shifts up or down a trip hazard will occur. We can eliminate this by either grinding down the trip hazard or with concrete lifting.