We provide Driveway Repairs in McDonough Ga
Affordable friveway repais in McDonough Georgia by Mccutchan Concrete and Masonry. Call us for a free quote and estimate to repair your concrete driveway today.
We will let you know if the driveway can be fixed or is it best to just replace the driveway.
What can I do to fix my driveway?
Gravel is resilient and economical when used properly. A chip-sealed driveway, which is composed of rocks and hot tar, is frequently half as expensive as asphalt but just as durable. Choose colored stone for the top layer to make it more appealing.
Can Quikrete be used to fix a driveway?
A specially designed high performance asphalt cold patch material, QUIKRETE® High Performance Blacktop Repair (No. 1701-52, -62) is used to fix potholes and cracks in asphalt pavements that are over 1″ (25.4 mm) broad. It can be used on walks, parking lots, driveways, and roadways.
Is resurfacing a driveway a good idea?
Is it a good idea to resurface a driveway? The finest driveways for resurfacing are those that are older or have more than 25% of the surface covered with minor to moderate damage. The entire driveway can be resurfaced to make it appear brand new. If your driveway has multiple cracks that are wider than 1/4 inch or several significant craters, it needs to be replaced.
Can a cracked concrete driveway be resurfaced?
Resurfacing concrete can be used to hide deeper fissures or surface issues. Resurfacing or a concrete overlay can hide large cracks or holes bigger than 14″, spalling (horizontal peeling or chipping of the surface), and discolouration (a thin layer of cement-based material applied directly over the existing concrete).
Can you repair driveway yourself?
Fortunately, using an asphalt patching product like Asphalt Patch and Pothole Filler, you can still fix this issue on your own. This substance is stuffed into the pothole to fill it and match the driveway already there. If you want help we are only a phone call a way.
Can you pour quikrete over existing concrete?
Old concrete can be covered with new concrete. However, if problems with your old concrete, such as cracks or frost heaves, are not fixed, they will transfer to your new concrete. In addition, you must pour it at least 2 inches thick. This isn’t recommended for driveways.