When it comes to your parking lot or driveway, repairs may be both expensive and difficult. It’s critical to note that not all driveway damage needs a whole repair. You might save time and money by repairing or resurfacing your driveway.
When Should You Replace Your Parking Lot or Driveway?
While resurfacing your driveway is a terrific option, it is not always the best solution. Your driveway will inevitably lose structural value after around 15 years. If your driveway is this ancient, our specialists recommend that the asphalt be entirely replaced. Similarly, if your driveway has too many cracks (1/3 of the surface area), it may be more cost-effective to replace the asphalt entirely.
Repairs can fill cracks, but they are still expensive if your driveway is severely damaged. It is critical to consider the long-term appearance and structural worth of your driveway. Asphalt will, of course, not look the same after years of constant use.
For large-scale restructuring, the best solution is to completely replace your driveway. Although this choice is the most expensive and time demanding, it will provide the finest benefits in terms of appearance and structural support for your driveway.
It can be difficult to decide whether to resurface or replace. If your driveway has minor damage, repairing it may be the best option. If you want to give your driveway a fresh look without replacing it entirely, resurfacing may be the answer.