Hey guys I'm hoping to get some advise here, as you can see in the pics
my 45 year old driveway has seen some better days. What I'm hoping to
do is resurface this driveway rather than replacing it.
I know in time that will not be an option but, if I can do something for now
that will make it hang in there for a couple more years , that would be awesome...
The area I have noted in red is a portion of the drive that has sunk over the years.
Here is a link to the pictures
Thanks in advance for any and all advice
There is no"coating" that will work, so scratch that idea.
Looks like poor prep work when it was laid.
Thanks for the reply ..
So is there no way I could fill / level the sunken
portion with a type of concrete ?
I know no coating would fix it, its sunk down a few inches but, if there was a way I could bring it back up then coat it ..
Or is what I'm after simply going to grumble away my time and money in a matter of speaking ?
You could have it mud jacked and patch the cracks, but it will still look like a patched up mess.
Make some some calls and see what works for you.
I'm thinking mud jacking would make even a bigger mess cause of there being
so many smaller portions of the slab, if it was just two or three cracks and
the main portions where of good size I bet this would work like a champ.
Thanks for your time
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