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Concrete Jack to Remediate Trip Hazards

Discussion in 'Broadlands Community Issues' started by The Broadlands Community, Nov 23, 2020.

  1. The Broadlands Community

    The Broadlands Community Well-Known Member

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    Concrete Jack will be performing repair work on HOA owned sidewalks to raise and support or grind down concrete as appropriate, to reduce trip hazards from Monday, November 30th through Friday, December 4th. This work will only be done on HOA owned buildings and HOA owned sidewalks on private streets. This does NOT include sidewalks adjacent to VDOT roads or on resident properties. We do not anticipate any significant interruptions in sidewalk access. Detailed information on the process can be found on their website at concretejack.com/trip-hazard-repair. These repairs are both environmentally friendly (uses existing concrete rather than removing, discarding of, and repouring old concrete) and cost efficient.
     
  2. blunoz

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    Thank you for this. I get nervous going out running on the trails around this time of year. As much as I love autumn and the changing color of the leaves, the leaves on the trails make it harder to spot bumps in the pavement that become trip hazards. I have been pleasantly surprised the past few Saturdays running on the trails that the leaves have been clear so we can see the pavement. Thank you for that, too!
     
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  3. PDILLM

    PDILLM Well-Known Member

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    Concrete Jack conveyed that they only work with companies and HOAs. Is there a company that does similar services for homeowners?
     

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