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Repairing a sidewalk is not an easy job, it requires exceptional technical knowledge and also a sense of responsibility. This sense of responsibility comes from the understanding that the sidewalk is a useful thing for so many people. Many people are at risk if the sidewalk is damaged or broken. They use it as a platform to walk every single day, and their lives can be at risk if the sidewalks are not repaired properly. Not many sidewalk contractors have this sense of responsibility in them. They are just after their money, and they don't even care for the well-being of the people. But still, there are a few contractors who would go to every extent to make their customers happy and satisfied. They don't just care about the money but they are concerned about the longevity of the sidewalk so that the customer can be tension-free. Finding such contractors can be tough, as not everyone is honest and passionate about their work. Also, not everyone has magical skills that can literally change the fate of your sidewalk. So we are going to tell you the way good contractors work and repair the sidewalks.
When a contractor opts for a sidewalk repair or replacement job, a great responsibility falls on his head. Especially when it comes to NYC sidewalk violation, sidewalk repair contractors have to be extra careful as to remove dot violation, and also to get it done in a given number of days. Some of the steps which are followed by the concrete contractors to repair sidewalks are listed below.
1. First a good contractor will carry out a thorough inspection throughout the sidewalk and the area around it. This will help the contractor to get to the root cause of the problem and also to repair the sidewalk accordingly as well. It will also help the contractor to guide the sidewalk owner about the precautions he must take to stay safe from damages.
2. Secondly, the contractor would segregate and separate out the area from the public usage area, as this area needs to be demarcated so that the pedestrian won't come near it and disturb the repair process.
3. Then the old sidewalk surface should be broken down (if needed) and the sidewalk must be cleansed and all the dirt should be removed. This provides the contractor with a clean sidewalk to work with.
4. Then the sidewalk is handled with tools such as a hammer and saws, to make a place for the new concrete settlement.
5. Then the new concrete is mixed and applied to the concerned site. This should be done extra carefully by the contractor, as he should intend to repair it on a permanent basis.
6. Then the concrete must be allowed to cure, the contractor should guide the sidewalk owner to not interfere in the curing process and protect it from external factors as it will destroy the curing process.
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