A concrete driveway can last around twenty to thirty years before needing replacements. You may need a concrete driveway replacement before then if there are connecting cracks throughout your driveway, there are drainage issues in the driveway, or if your driveway has multiple potholes or other areas that need repairs that outweigh the cost of replacement. Repairs are typically not worth it if the concrete driveway is over twenty-five years old or if the functionality and appearance of your driveway are hurting the curb appeal and affecting your car.
Are Concrete Driveway Replacements the Longest Lasting Driveways?
Concrete driveways are typically the longest-lasting driveway replacements. Proper installation and materials are keys to a long-lasting and low-maintenance driveway. The strength, longevity, and appearance of concrete driveways make them a great value for residential and commercial properties. Concrete driveways are capable of withstanding extreme weather conditions and large loads. Concrete driveways are relatively hands-off, meaning the only maintenance required will be occasional cleaning and repairing small cracks.
Concrete Driveway Replacement With D&G Cement Co.
If you need a concrete driveway replacement in Redford, MI, Westland, MI, Farmington Hills, MI, and the surrounding areas, D&G Cement Co. can help you. We use cutting-edge techniques and above-average concrete mix to assist home and business owners with their concrete driveway replacement. We have over 50 years of experience in concrete work and are the superior choice for jobs that require specialized concrete experience, skill, and expertise. To learn more about our services, contact us online or call us at (313) 277-2676.