Driveways are a major component for any home. Since driveways get used on a daily basis and can go through extreme weather (from very cold winters to heat well over 100 degrees depending on the location), it stands to reason that they will inevitably break, crumble, or need a repair of some kind. Some individuals may feel that repairing a driveway is not worth their time, since it will just go back to being used the same as before it needed work. However, there are many benefits to ensuring that a driveway is repaired and working properly. Driveways that are well taken care of can last for as long as 50 years, provided the homeowner makes slight driveway repairs during this time fra
You take special care to paint your trim and gutters. You diligently weeded your garden. You mow your lawn every Saturday morning. The curb appeal of your home should be perfect? until you notice that your driveway has begun to sag like your grandmother’s brazier.
Sunken driveways is a term to describe when your asphalt or concrete driveway develops an unsightly dip in the middle, as if it’s giving up on life and trying to be swallowed into the the earth below. Not only does having issues with sunken driveways make an otherwise perfect exterior immediately look dilapidated, it can also lead to drainage issues impact the structure of your home.
What causes the driveway to give up on life?