Repairing Driveway Cracks

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Repair Concrete Driveway Cracks in 3 Steps

Repairing concrete driveway cracks is important.

An asphalt driveway.
Repairing and Resealing Your Asphalt Driveway

Like anything else, they need maintenance.

A large puddle of water on a sidewalk with a reflection of trees in it.
How to Prep Walkways and Other Outdoor Surfaces for Cool Weather

Stay ahead of the game by making exterior repairs before cold weather makes them worse!

A squeeze bottle of concrete patch and a small pallet knife, ready to repair a cracked driveway.
Repairing Cracks in a Concrete Driveway

Don't keep putting it off. Repairing cracks in your concrete driveway isn't as expensive or difficult as you might think.

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How to Repair and Seal Your Asphalt Driveway

So often when we think of home repair, we focus on areas inside the house first. Then we shift our attention

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Fixing Potholes in Gravel and Dirt Driveways

Smooth the surface of your driveway by patching any pesky potholes with some elbow grease and gravel.

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How to Repair Driveway Brick Pavers

Make sure your parking space stays level and unbroken.

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Pouring a Concrete Driveway - Part 2

Now that you know the codes, here's what to do next.

Fix a Pothole in Your Driveway

Over the years even the best-built asphalt driveways will develop bumps and hollows. Some of those will become potholes that will have to be repaired.

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Pouring a Concrete Driveway Part 1

Here's how you can get started with a new concrete driveway.

A close up on a driveway.
8 Different Types of Driveway Sealers

Asphalt sealers are very popular, here's a guide to which kinds you can get.

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How to Prevent Cracking in a Stamped Concrete Patio

Good planning and sealant are key to preventing cracks.

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How to Repair Cobblestone Driveways

Cobblestone driveways are one of the most durable surfaces for a driveway. They can be expected to last