Ready to Replace Your Old Driveway, Sidewalks, or Patio?
When it comes to driveway replacement or repairs, some homeowners consider short-term solutions such as patching cracks or missing chunks of concrete. Some believe the easiest and most affordable option is to pave over their concrete driveway with asphalt. While paving is usually cheaper upfront, concrete will last longer, saving you money in the long run.
Did you know that patching and paving can be bandage solutions that mask underlying issues with many old concrete driveways?
Many driveways built decades ago were poured without rebar reinforcements. Back then, some builders worked under budget constraints and cut corners to save money. Over time, these driveways begin to show the underlying flaws in construction by cracking and shifting.
Instead of patching or paving, consider a new concrete driveway replacement.