After I realized that our back porch was chipping apart, I decided that I needed to work a little harder to make things right. I started carefully analyzing the area, and I realized that the concrete needed to be completely removed and re-poured. I knew that asphalt work was beyond my comfort level, so I decided to call in a professional contractor to do the work. It was amazing to watch them work, and when they were finished our yard looked brand new. This blog is all about improving your hardscaping by replacing old, cracked, or discolored asphalt or concrete paving.
Patches of tiny cracks on a driveway are often called "alligator cracks" because they cause the driveway to take on a textured,
What does it mean when your driveway gets covered in patches of tiny cracks?
Alligator cracks often form because of problems
What can you do if your driveway develops patches of cracks?`
If your driveway develops patches of alligator cracks on its surface, you can either call for driveway repair or attempt to repair the alligator cracks yourself. While you won't be able to get rid of the cracks, you can try to seal the cracks, which will prevent them from absorbing water. To do this, start by covering the cracks with crack filler (available for purchase at home improvement centers). Follow the manufacturer's instructions when applying the crack filler.
When the crack filler has dried, apply a seal coat over the filler, and wait for the seal coat to cure. Doing this should prevent the alligator cracking from absorbing more water, but you should still try to avoid driving over the weakened area to prevent more cracks from forming.
What if your driveway is covered in alligator cracks?
If your driveway is covered in alligator cracks, crack filler and a seal coat will be ineffective. The only way to properly address this problem is to break up the driveway and resurface it. To do this, you'll need to contact a driveway
For more information, contact a reputable driveway
7 February 2016