Concrete sidewalks can have a major impact on your company’s

Along with your parking lot, they’re essentially your
customers’ first impression.

If the sidewalks surrounding your business are cracked and
uneven, your curb appeal will depreciate. 

In extreme cases, you may even be held liable for injuries that
occur due to its unsteadiness.

But unfortunately, like all concrete, cracks are bound to occur
over time. 

How sidewalk appearance can benefit your business

Sidewalks are installed in sections to slow the rate of cracking
and other natural damages, but this method can only prevent cracks
for so long.

In order to stop the eyesore from spreading and causing
potential pedestrian injuries, it’s important to fix these cracks
as soon as they occur. 

This will help you extend the life of your concrete, all the
while maintaining its safety and aesthetic appeal.

You take care of the landscape surrounding your business, so why
not the concrete?

Curb appeal is so important to consider when looking for ways to
attract more customers. Subconsciously, something as simple as a
well-kept sidewalk can really boost your opinion about a
company–whether you realize it or not. 

Revamping your sidewalk is a great way to make your business
stand out this year. Depending on the extent of the breakage, you
can either replace the individual sections, or the entire sidewalk
as a whole.

Keeping your sidewalks safe and your facility clean

Cracked sidewalks can crumble, making it difficult for patrons
to walk on. This forces them to trample across your freshly-kept
lawn and track dirt into your establishment. Not to mention,
cracked sidewalks are super easy to trip over.

When these trips lead to serious injury, you may wind up in an
unexpected lawsuit–which is the last thing any business
owner needs after 2020. 

Looking to pour a sidewalk or replace an old one? Contact
Port Aggregates
today. Our concrete contractors are highly
skilled in both residential and commercial pours, giving you just
what you need to enhance your curb appeal and decrease your
liability. Request
a quote

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