Most concrete walkways specialists remove an existing walkway, if there is one, by breaking it up with a jackhammer. They dig about 4 inches into the dirt, make sure the area is level and lay down a wire mesh for reinforcement. The walkway installers build a form from steel or wood in which to pour the concrete. Once it is poured evenly, the wet concrete is smoothed with a special tool and the whole thing has to dry for at least 1 full day. When the new walkway is dry, the form can then be removed.
Concrete Walkway Costs: Prices can differ based on regional labor and material costs as well as the width and length of the concrete walkways that need to be installed. In cases where an old walkway must be torn out first, there will be added costs. Homeowners who select a decorative walkway will pay more for the extra aesthetics. Concrete that is stamped with a pattern and a color or concrete will cost more and concrete that is textured to look like brick, stone or tile will cost even more but will be quite attractive in appearance.
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