Have you considered upgrading your driveway since it shows signs that it needs to be replaced? Or are you looking for an option to improve your home's curb appeal? Concrete driveways offer durability and can withstand whatever vehicle sits in the garage with them.
If you require a new driveway, there are many options. You can go with stamped concrete, asphalt, or even pavers. Concrete has many advantages over other materials, and here are just a few benefits. First things first, it is long-lasting. One of the many reasons people might choose an asphalt driveway over another type is its low cost. However, this can quickly become a drawback when you consider that your home will require more maintenance due to higher rates for repairs and keeping up with changing weather conditions which affect how fast cracks form on windowsills or sidewalks.
The liquid binder in asphalt is responsible for holding the aggregates together, and it's prone to cracking distortion or even disintegration due to its exposure to oxygen, UV rays water chemicals. Installing a driveway with concrete is more expensive than installing gravel or asphalt, but it will last longer.
You may have to replace the surface sooner if you use the wrong material for its installation. A smooth finish and elegant look are what most people expect from their driveways, so choosing this option could be worth every penny! Another advantage of concrete would be that it has a better reaction to heat and light and a better load-bearing capacity. Though asphalt driveways absorb more heat and may be more useful during winter seasons, this sensitivity to heat tends to be more harmful during summer or in places with higher temperatures. Concrete, on the other hand, is an excellent material to use in preference for asphalt driveways as it absorbs less heat from the sun and so, due to its coolness compared with hot surfaces such as those found on our homes' exterior walls or car parks which can reach temperatures up near 122o F during summer months (or even more).
This means we need fewer lights on them since they will not be baking under these conditions all day long. Instead, reflecting light like concrete does lower your home's energy consumption because you're using fewer bulbs when lighting just one area at night rather than many small ones across different areas inside an entire building.
Concrete is a much better choice for heavy vehicles because it does not flex or bend. While most driveways only have enough room to accommodate one car at a time, you never know what could happen if someone parks their truck next door and leaves it there all day!
A concrete driveway can handle high weights without breaking, unlike asphalt, which would eventually wear down from constant pressure grids inside our homes' garages. So call us today if you're considering or planning to get stamped concrete! The team at our company will answer any questions, help create the perfect surface for your needs and give free quotes.