Should You Replace Or Resurface Your Driveway?

Should You Replace Or Resurface Your Driveway?

When your driveway gets to be 20 years plus in age, there are typically a number of issues with it, including:

  1. Cracks that resemble shattered glass.
  2. Significant cracks both depth and width.
  3. And crumbling concrete that general ruins the aesthetics of your driveway and your home.
  4. Or maybe just weeds growing out of the cracks.

Most consumers think about replacing the driveway, which is an expensive option.  A better option is using Prosurfaces's advanced resurfacing services and products - Flexstone and Polylast. 

The benefits of resurfacing your driveway, instead of replacing it are:

  1. It can solve widespread damage without digging up the driveway, foundations and all.
  2. It is more aesthetically appealing then concrete driveways.
  3. You'll never have to do minor driveway repairs again - filling small cracks or holes.
  4. It last longer.
  5. It is cheaper.

So as long as your foundation is solid, resurfacing using Prosurfaces's advanced resurfacing products and services is better for your wallet, your time and your peace of mind.