Your home says a lot about who you are – your style, tastes, level of cleanliness, etc. The first and last thing any visitor to your home encounters is typically the driveway. Not only does your driveway make your home’s first impression, but it’s also the point of entry and exit for you home. As such, it’s imperative to keep your driveway in tip-top shape and free of any damage.
If your concrete driveway is installed and maintained correctly, it will typically have a long useful lifespan, usually 25-50 years. However, concrete is not impervious to harm. The effects of weather, temperature changes, and day-to-day wear and tear can take their toll on your concrete driveway. Some of the more common driveway problems are what are known as sunken driveways.
What are sunken driveways?