Replacing vs Repairing Driveways with Decorative Concrete

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Why Repairing Your Driveway Can Save You Thousands!


Asking yourself, “should I replace my deteriorated driveway or can it be repaired?” Ask any concrete replacement contractor and they will tell you that it must be replaced. And until recent years, tear out and replace was the only option. But today, there are many decorative concrete solutions that are now available.

While there are many types of systems such as grinding, acid staining and sealing, the beautiful quartz driveways come in every color imaginable and are extremely durable. Micro-topping systems are also awesome alternatives to replacement.

Better yet, you will have beautiful decorative concrete for a fraction of the cost of a tear-out and plain gray replacement. Many clients also worry that with a tear-out and replacement, they could have the same problems again with the concrete falling apart. There is no guarantee that it won’t happen again after replacement.

In fact, one out of three driveways in Colorado will encounter the same results that caused the consumer to have to replace the driveway in the first place. You might be asking yourself, “wouldn’t I be better off putting money into decorative concrete that will last and have greater value for less than replacement?”

The answer is simple: yes! There are so many beautiful, durable and greater lasting alternatives! Micro-topping your driveway is only one alternative to restoring your driveway!

Contact Concrete Restoration Systems LLC as a great source for information on the latest driveway restorations techniques and applications serving the Greater Denver Area for nearly 40 years!

If you would like us to help you with your project, please click here to schedule a free consultation for creative concrete solutions. If you can Imagine it, we can Create it!

Article by Daniel Yalacki:


Denver, Colorado

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