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Driveway Replacement by NOVA Construction Pro

Your driveway is the first thing passersby and visitors see, and it’s a vital element in your home functionality. If your driveway is pitted, stained, cracked, or otherwise deteriorating, the more it is ignored the worse the problem becomes and may cost more to repair.

The three main types of driveways—asphalt, concrete, and gravel—all have their own characteristics, and each requires different types of repair. Read on to discover the pros and cons of each type and the tips you need for repairing each driveway’s respective problems.

Nova Construction Pro specializes mainly in concrete driveway repairs. Learn how to repair or replace your concrete driveway below and what the pros are of  a concrete driveway.

When Repairing a Driveway Made of Concrete

Concrete is the most common type of driveway. Concrete is one of the strongest construction materials around, and it forms a solid, durable surface that can give you as much as 50 years of service.

The quality of concrete can vary from one driveway to the next, based on factors such as how well it was cured after being poured, how much water was in the concrete mix (excess water can weaken the material), and whether the area contains clay soil, which tends to move slightly and crack concrete slabs.

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Know the 9 Benefits of Concrete Driveways
  • Long-Lasting. One of the benefits of an asphalt driveway is its lower upfront cost. …
  • Easy to Maintain. …
  • Better Reaction to Heat and Light. …
  • Better Load-Bearing Capacity. …
  • No Messy Surface Issues. …
  • Environmentally Friendly. …
  • Highly Customizable. …
  • Help Sell Your Property Faster.