How Long Will a Cement Driveway Replacement Last?

A cement driveway typically lasts around 25-30 years when properly installed and maintained. Paying attention to wear and tear each season and regularly removing debris that collects on the driveway tends to prolong the life of the driveway. With proper maintenance, a stable foundation, uniform thickness, and a proper water drainage system or plan, many well-installed cement driveways last over 30 years. If driveways are experiencing cracks, potholes, drainage issues, or look worn-down or old, it may be time for a driveway replacement.

Can a Cement Driveway Replacement Increase Home Value?

Cement driveways can increase property value, improve curb appeal, reduce maintenance, and provide a surface for cars and bikes. Cement driveways can support heavy loads and handle large trucks, RVs, boats, and more. Compared to alternatives such as asphalt, concrete driveways are light in color and won’t absorb large amounts of heat, making them a safe place for children to play on hot summer days without the risk of burning their feet. Since concrete driveways are preferred by most homeowners, they can help speed up the process of selling the home when the time comes and generate more interest from potential buyers. 

Cement Driveway Replacement With D&G Cement Co. 

If you are interested in a cement driveway replacement in Farmington Hills, MI, Redford, MI, Garden City, MI, or the surrounding areas, D&G Cement Co. can help you. We are a family-owned and operated business with over 50 years of experience. We have the knowledge and expertise to help you with all your cement and concrete needs. Our goal is to provide the customer with a high-quality finished driveway engineered to look good and last for years. To learn more about us or to receive an over-the-phone estimate, call us at (313) 277-2676 or contact us online.

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D&G Cement Co. has the skill, experience and use only the most cutting-edge techniques which make us the only choice for all your concrete needs. Request an Estimate today!

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