CONCRETE GRINDING METHOD
What is Safewalks
Safewalks Concrete Grinding is an innovative approach
to eliminating trip hazards by using a surface grinder to bevel down the high
side of two joining sections of concrete. The high side is ground down flush to
the adjacent concrete or asphalt, permanently eliminating the 'trip hazard'. The
rotating drum attached beneath the grinder is equipped with Tungsten Carbide Cutters.
The Safewalks method of grinding is an approved method (504
& ADA) in the removal of trip hazards.
of Concrete Grinding
- Fast! Eliminate
up to 100 trip hazards in one day!!
- Lowest in Cost!
Generally 10 times cheaper than replacement
Great! Grinding the surface smooth and uniformly
Simple Operation - No need for a mess or large equipment
method - Meets ADA and 504 regulations
permanent fix - Eliminate trip hazards
- No waste!
Doesn't require ripping out and wasting good concrete!!!!
trees!!!! Due to the fact that Tree Roots are a main cause of 'trip hazards',
they are often under the concrete to some degree. The trees are at great risk
if replacing the concrete were considered. Disturbing the ground and the roots
beneath the walkway often kills perfectly good trees. Therefore, grinding offers
a perfect solution to this problem by not having to disturb the root system underneath.
Does the Safewalks Grinding Method cause a
No indeed. We simply grind down the trip hazard, and the concrete
is basically ground into sand (the basic component of concrete). The remains are
then swept up and disposed. The noise level of the operation and dust that may
be airborne is comparable to a riding lawn mower. We move QUICKLY AND RESPECTFULLY
throughout the property. We have a ZERO insurance accident report for all years
generally calls on Safewalks to perform services?
Anyone with liability
issues on walkways!
- Industrial facilities
- City Directors
- Golf Courses
- Zoological Parks
and State Parks
- Shopping Centers
Directors of all types
...and more... all have all had huge success
with the Safewalks SYSTEM. References and letters of recommendation available
at your request.
What are the other options to repairing a trip hazard?
There are 3 methods to choose from to fix trip hazards. (Safewalks can perform
all 3 services) So what makes the most sense?? Read
more about trip hazard repair.