Concrete is everywhere and for good reason – it’s strong, lasts for decades, and is affordable for most homeowners. These reasons make it one of the most popular materials for residential driveways in the country. Concrete driveways can last anywhere from a decade to fifty years but like any other building material – concrete won’t last forever.
The elements, tree roots, and other issues can wear down your driveway over time and cause issues like cracks, sinking, and puddling water. When most homeowners see concrete issues their first thought is to schedule a repair but that’s not always your best option let’s learn why you shouldn’t simply repair a concrete driveway and when replacement is a better option.