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Lock JointTM is a construction-grade PVC profile that creates transverse joints in concrete sidewalks, bike paths, crossovers and driveways, to reduce trip hazards created by misaligned or displaced walkways, often caused by tree root invasion or soil movement.

The unique sinusoidal  design of Lock JointTM’s articulating sidewalk joint locks adjoining paving sections together to allow for sidewalk movement caused by the growth of tree roots, without any cracking or unevenness between pavement sections.

Yes! The thousands of dollars spent every year to maintain and repair sidewalks can be significantly reduced, or in some cases eliminated, with Lock JointTM. The cost of installing Lock JointTM is insignificant when compared to the cost of sidewalk repair and replacement required when not using Lock JointTM.

Lock JointTM is 4″ (100mm) in height and 5′ in length, and can easily be cut on site to accommodate custom lengths.

Dependent on correct installation, the Lock JointTM sidewalk joint has been shown to outlast the lifetime of the pathway.

Lock JointTM reduces maintenance costs, improves the look, safety and accessibility of pathways and is installed quickly and easily.

The Lock JointTM sidewalk expansion joint is made from construction-grade PVC and durable rubber capping.

If you are looking to reduce maintenance costs, create safer and more accessible pathways, walkways, and cycleways then Lock JointTM is the right choice for you!

No! Lock JointTM can withstand the effects of freeze-thaw cycles of harsh winter climates, and remains unaffected in hot climates.

Yes! Lock JointTM is 100% recyclable.

Lock JointTM can be installed in six simple steps, download our installation guide here.

Ideally, concrete is placed and cured in squares, so we recommend a 1:1 aspect ratio for best results.

The Pinnable Lock JointTM is an articulation joint that addresses expansion, contraction, and differential movement.

Yes, the Pinnable Lock JointTM is a control joint.