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Driveway Repair Mountain Home AR

Small cracks and chinks in a driveway can easily become crevices and potholes if not fixed and patched promptly. If small enough, the job is a relatively easy fix, but consult a professional for any major driveway repair. Check the listings and information below to find more on driveway repair.

Stripe A Lot & Coatings
(870) 435-2285
55 Fletcher St
Mountain Home, AR
 
Asphalt Maintenance Co
(870) 425-2558
1536 Meadowhill Dr
Mountain Home, AR
 
Rbc Inc
(870) 492-4114
2178 Buzzard Roost Rd
Mountain Home, AR
 
City Offices-Mountain Home
(870) 425-5945
2903 Highway 201 N
Mountain Home, AR
 
Southwest Stone Of Arkansas LLC
(479) 795-8001
11201 Short Rd
Bentonville, AR
 
North Central Ar Quarry
(870) 424-3839
2616 Highway 201 S
Mountain Home, AR
 
Twin Lakes Quarrys Inc
(870) 425-4510
Nw Highway 5
Mountain Home, AR
 
North Arkansas Construction
(870) 425-0057
441 County Road 606
Mountain Home, AR
 
MaxwellGalt, Inc.
(501) 372-0222
1305 Sycamore Street
North Little Rock, AR
 
Backus Concrete
(479) 444-7687
2005 Creekview Ste B
Fayetteville, AR
 

Home Remodeling Tip: Driveway Repair

Driveway Repair

home remodeling articles and tips

topic: exterior walkways
by Allison B.

 

Keeping Your Driveway In-Shape

Your driveway is an important part of your real estate holdings, as it aids in yard drainage and gives your cars and feet a solid base of support. Driveways do require periodic maintenance, however, to ensure they will be around for many years. Here's what to consider as you evaluate your driveway and think about driveway repair.

Asphalt is one of the most common driveway materials, as it is attractive, relatively easy to install and economical. Asphalt can wear thin over time, so it is important to do a little driveway repair each year. In the spring or fall, walk along the driveway and look for cracks or chips.

It is important to clean an asphalt driveway thoroughly, using a push-broom and soap-and-water solution in any area where there has been a driveway repair. Try using laundry detergent and a stiff-bristle brush. If engine oil has leaked onto the driveway, use a special cleaner just for that.

To fill a driveway crack, patch it with a caulk-like compound that is available at many home improvement stores. Just add a bead of the compound into the crack and smooth it out with a putty knife.

These types of driveway repair issues can arise from age, wear and tear or improper site preparation or installation. Regardless the cause, it pays to stay on top of small driveway repairs before they become big problems...

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