Concrete driveway repair, replacement, or paving might be necessary when severe cracks become visible. These cracks can be a direct result of a poorly prepared foundation, exposure to severe weather conditions, or poor concrete mixing practices. A properly constructed concrete driveway will typically last the lifetime of a home.
Our driveway pavers have the education and experience needed to construct a durable and visually appealing driveway, implementing the same effective driveway construction practices that have helped us maintain our spot as a leader in the field for over 45 years.
The concrete driveway repair or replacement procedure varies depending on the budget of the homeowner and condition of the concrete slab. Concrete slabs with moderate to severe damage will require a complete driveway replacement rather than a patch job because if the subgrade is compromised, the homeowner will end up paying for significant further repair and maintenance costs down the road.
A proper preparation of the subgrade is crucial to ensuring the longevity of a concrete driveway. An even and compact surface must be developed to support the slab to prevent future cracking. Our concrete driveway experts then place control joints to attach the rim, defining where the concrete mixture will be poured.
The concrete mixture is then formulated for maximum strength and longevity. Later, this mixture is poured into the defined rim until full coverage is met. Our concrete experts then smooth the slab to establish a uniform surface ready for brushing.