Build a Concrete Sidewalk?

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To build a concrete sidewalk, first decide the width and length of your sidewalk. Then excavate the part that will be filled with concrete to your preferred measurements and fill the area with approximately 4 inches of crushed gravel after flattening the bottom. Then set the forms the requisite distance at a distance and uniformly on the ground and finally pour the concrete.
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1. Obtain permits in accordance with local building codes. 2. Call local utility companies to mark the ground for pipes or lines before digging. 3. Hammer stakes into the ground every
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