Chesapeake Concrete Driveway Replacement
When it comes time to replace your concrete driveway, call the pros who can do it better than anyone. Call Chesapeake Concrete Driveway Company.
A lot of things bring about a driveway’s end of life. Different materials have different service lives, but in general, concrete driveways last longer than asphalt. Eventually, though, they all need to be replaced.
Chesapeake Concrete Driveway Company is far better than the average bear when it comes time to replace your driveway. We have the experience and expertise to get the job done right, and we’ll work with you to make sure your new driveway is everything you want it to be.
Contact us at 757-908-3964 to learn more about Chesapeake concrete driveway replacement. We also offer other concrete driveway works including concrete repair, imprinted concrete driveway, concrete driveway staining, concrete driveway resurfacing, colored concrete driveway, and many more.
Aren’t Concrete Driveways Supposed to Last 50 Years?
Indeed they are. But even though it’s concrete, we can’t etch rules like this in stone. Many factors affect a driveway’s lifespan, and unfortunately, some of them are out of your control.
For example, poor installation practices can cut a driveway’s life in half. If the foundation wasn’t properly compacted or the concrete wasn’t poured thick enough, it may only last 15-20 years.
Concrete driveways are also subject to the same cracking that plagues sidewalks and patios. While concrete is much more resistant to cracking than asphalt, it’s not immune.
And finally, the freeze-thaw cycle can wreak havoc on concrete driveways. If your driveway isn’t properly sealed and maintained, water can seep in and cause the concrete to expand and contract with the temperature, leading to cracking and spalling.
When Should I Replace My Driveway?
The best way to know for sure is to have it inspected by a professional. But there are some telltale signs you can look for:
- A network of cracks in the surface of your driveway
- Missing or loose pieces of concrete
- A noticeable dip in the driveway
- Grass or weeds growing in the cracks
If you’re seeing any of these signs, it’s time to give us a call. We’ll come out and take a look, and then we’ll work with you to develop a plan for your new driveway.
What Are My Options for Replacing My Driveway?
You have a few different options when it comes to replacing your driveway.
The first is to simply repair the existing driveway. This is usually an option if only a small section of the driveway is damaged. We can come out and make the repairs, and then seal the driveway to help prevent further damage.
If the damage is more widespread, you may need to have the driveway resurfaced. This involves putting a new layer of concrete on top of the existing one.
Finally, if the damage is significant or the driveway is simply too old, you may need to have it replaced. We’ll remove the old driveway and then install a new one in its place.
No matter which option you choose, we’ll work with you to make sure your new driveway is everything you want it to be. Give us a call today to get started.
If you’re having trouble with your concrete driveway, don’t hesitate to call Chesapeake Concrete Driveway Company. We have the experience and expertise to get the job done right, and we’ll work with you to make sure your new driveway is everything you want it to be.
To find out more, call us now at 757-908-3964.