Steps, Stairs and Handicap Ramps
Add new steps or ramps or replace those damaged areas
with a new safe surface. Concrete steps are the most prominent
feature at the entryways of many homes and public buildings. Why
settle for boring, commonplace risers and treads when numerous
options are available? Elevating concrete stairs from bland to
grand makes them the dramatic focal point of any entrance. Even
greater visual impact is possible by combining decorative stairways
with stamped or stained concrete walkways and landings that incorporate
coordinating colors and patterns.
Concrete steps can be poured right along with your
walkways, so they can be colored and textured to match.
People in wheelchairs need access to elevated areas and may require
the use of a handicap ramp. Wheelchair ramps can be difficult
for someone using a walker, crutches or a cane, so consider the
installation of both, ramps and low riser steps. This design will
accommodate people with a broad variety of physical needs and
requirements and help maintain their independence.
Slippery surfaces can be a real problem, especially
for the elderly. Concrete is easy, with a rough broom finish.