While the majority of households in the United States have concrete driveways, that doesn’t mean all driveways are created equal. Depending on the company that built your home, some companies use cheap concrete that will get the job done, but causes longterm issues such as more repairs. You can tell if your driveway was paved using inexpensive concrete material because it will look flaky or broken. If this is the case, it may be time to re-pour and level out your driveway.
You may be able to handle a cracked driveway, however, it could cause you trouble down the road with your home insurance. Home insurance companies know having a cracked driveway is a liability to homeowners because if a pedestrian trips on your driveway due to issues within its infrastructure, you could potentially be sued. To take this potentially expensive issue off your plate, we come in with a team of highly-skilled professional concrete contractors to fix your concrete driveway. We’ll do it all from patching up the cracks, pouring and putting in new slabs or adding a new skim.
We can also give your driveway a completely new look. If you’ve been wanting a stamped concrete, block paving or imprinted concrete driveway, we’re happy to demolish your current concrete driveway and put in a new one with your design and cost in mind.
If this is the first major repair you’re considering in your home and you need some advice on pricing for these different driveway designs, we’re happy to meet with you one-on-one to show you examples and pricing that would work best for the infrastructure of your driveway, as well as giving you a breakdown on price. Making sure you’re 100% satisfied with the driveway you’ve envisioned is our #1 priority. We look forward to making your next concrete driveway project a success.