Improper concrete mixing, a poorly laid foundation, or sever weather conditions for a sustained period of time can all lead to the discoloration, scaling, or cracking of a concrete driveway.
For minor cracks, we can repair the driveway using a special liquid filling agent to help prevent further damage and provide a clean, uniform look. Major concrete crumbling on the other hand is the result of underlying foundation issues that will require a complete driveway replacement.
Finding the source of the damaged concrete slab is the first step in concrete driveway repair. The condition of the slab determines the proper repair procedure. Your driveway repair specialist will usually determine and implement one of the following procedures to repair your concrete driveway:
Concrete Replacement involves a total replacement of the entire slab under severe circumstances.
Concrete Resurfacing covers the entire slab in a wide variety of colors and patterns.
Concrete engraving is a technique that stains and engrains faux grout lines to disguise minor surface damage.
Slab jacking pumps cement, sand, or other additives under uneven spots to create a level surface.
Recoloring creates a unified color to disguise stains, creating a durable and long lasting finish.