Driveway replacement is the process of removing an existing concrete, asphalt, or paved driveway and installing a new one in its place. The average driveway, when installed properly, should last the lifespan of a home.
Cracks or crumbling might be a sign that a driveway was not installed properly. These visual signs might indicate improper subgrade development, sub-par concrete mixture formulation, or inaccurate driveway placement. Our driveway installation experts have the tools and skills to adequately remove and replace damaged existing driveways giving homeowners a structurally solid driveway with massive curb appeal.
The first step in the concrete driveway repair and replacement process is to assess why the existing driveway is in need of removal. Our educated and experienced driveway experts analyze the concrete pad foundation and driveway placement to find out what caused the damage of the existing concrete slab.
Once the cause of the damage is determined, construction grade equipment is used in the demolition of the slab to clear the foundation for a new concrete driveway to be designed. The pieces are then removed from the property to make way for the new concrete driveway.
The placement of the new concrete slab is mapped and designed to the specifications requested by the client. Our expert driveway installers create a uniform and compact subgrade thick enough to support the concrete driveway for years to come.