Repair or Re-do Your Dirty Phoenix Driveway?

Perhaps you have recently completed your epoxy coating for your garage concrete, and the dull, damaged, and aging driveway seems to be taking away from your house or that beautiful garage. Its time to tackle that dingy and cracked driveway!

Your driveway has multiple functions and isn’t just a place to drive the car. That concrete pathway is a place for everything from the kids learning how to ride a bike to teaching your teen how to change a tire. Your driveway also contributes to the curb appeal to your home.

So, the question is: Should you repair or re-do your dirty Phoenix driveway?

Repairing Vs Replacement
Over time, your driveway will begin to show signs of damages. Cracks, holes, and divots can begin to appear over the surface, and can potentially lead to larger, and deeper, problems. This can be caused by a number of factors including:

  • Freeze-thaw cycles
  • Weight of vehicles over time
  • Extreme heat and sun

If the visible cracks in your driveway are less than a quarter-inch wide, you shouldn’t be too worried. These can easily be repaired. Your concrete professional can help prolong the life of your driveway and with simple repair and resurface project.

However, if the cracks in your driveway are larger than a quarter-inch, filling them will only serve as a temporary fix. The age of your driveway should also be taken into effect as well. If it’s more than 20 years old, it’s probably time for a replacement.

The Ultimate Plan
With a top rated Phoenix area epoxy floor coating contractor working with you on your driveway repair or resurfacing project, you can be sure your project will be completed with superior craftsmanship and unparalleled service at a reasonable price.

Our friendly owner would be happy to personally visit your home, at no charge to you, and show you examples, epoxy floor colors and textures that would look great at your home . Contact us today for answers to all your questions and to schedule your free consultation today.

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