City Sidewalk Repair
We Can Help Make the Kansas City Sidewalks Safe
You may not even know this but the sidewalk in front of your home and it’s upkeep and safety is your responsibility. If the sidewalk in front of your home is cracked and the concrete slabs are uneven, you need to comply with the ADA and fix the sidewalk. The ADA- Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 requires that all public sidewalks with more than ¼’ difference in elevation are not in compliance with safety standards and may be subject to fines and penalties. Any sidewalk or driveway on city properties including parks, school grounds, streets and common city areas, including municipal buildings; is the responsibility of the city and the city may be accountable and responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of these public use facilities.
Call the City if the sidewalk at the Park needs Repair
We work with city governments to raise the city sidewalks using state-of-the-art, eco-friendly U.S. made polyurethane in a matter of hours, not days. Our Concrete Raising System can cost less than traditional mud jacking, does not require heavy equipment and is less invasive than traditional mud jacking options. The grass and landscaping in and around city sidewalks will not need to be replaced or reseeded as a result of our Concrete Raising System! Our work is guaranteed for 2 years. If the sidewalk is older than 10 years and becomes uneven by more than 1/4″, we will re-raise it for free.
We all have an interest in keeping our sidewalks safe. Take a minute to see if the sidewalk in front of your home is safe for kids, strollers, and everyone! A person out for a healthy walk to get some exercise should not have to worry about tripping over an uneven sidewalk in front of your home. Your sidewalk should be safe for kids at Halloween. If your inspection finds an uneven concrete sidewalk slab, call us.
Contact or call us today (816) 419-8306 and we can make sure that the city sidewalk in front of your home complies with the American’s with Disabilities Act. We all deserve the right to use public sidewalks safely.