Concrete sidewalks are valuable in several ways - they can provide a safe path across your property, prevent damage to surrounding landscaping and enhance your curb appeal. Residential concrete sidewalks are affordable and are low-maintenance.
Enright's been installing and repairing sidewalks in Denver for over 30 years. We are a locally-owned and family-operated company committed to providing your home with the highest quality concrete sidewalks and concrete driveways.
New Sidewalk Installation
If your existing sidewalk has deteriorated beyond repair or you are building a new home, we have you covered. We can handle your project from start to finish, including any concrete removal, design and planning. Additionally, we will pull the permits needed for the project and ensure your new sidewalk meets city regulations and ADA requirements.
Denver Sidewalk Repair
Denver is one of the most walkable cities in the US. However, many sidewalks are uneven, cracked, or do not meet ADA requirements. The City Sidewalk Program, started by the City of Denver in 2018, was developed to help homeowners and business owners ensure that the sidewalks on their property meet current regulations and are safe for pedestrians.
How The Plan Works
Denver has added additional inspectors specifically to inspect all of the city's sidewalks. If the inspector determines the sidewalk is a safety hazard or creates a mobility issue, the landowner will be issued a Repair Notice.
If you receive a repair notice, you will have 45 days to make the repairs. After 45 days, the city has the right to use its own contractor to make the repairs and send you the bill.
While city sidewalks are considered public property, maintenance and repairs are the homeowner's responsibility.
Common Sidewalk Questions
Below are some of the common questions we have received over the years. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us, we are more than happy to help.
Do I need a Permit?
Maybe. Typically, you do not need a permit for repairs unless the project is modifying a driveway connection to the street or curbs. For new sidewalks, yes, you will most likely need permits. However, if you choose to work with us, we will pull all required permits.
How Thick Should A Concrete Sidewalk Be?
Concrete sidewalks should be 4" thick.
How Long Will My Sidewalk Last?
A properly installed and maintained sidewalk should last 20-30 years. However, we have seen sidewalks last over 50 years. Tree roots are the primary reason sidewalks fail.
Why Choose Us For Your Residential Concrete Project?
Enright is a family-owned and operated company servicing Denver for over 30 years. We take great pride in delivering you first-class service and a product that will last. Our family name is on every project we do!