Is a concrete driveway the right choice for you?

A concrete driveway costs more upfront than asphalt. But concrete is more durable and can last up to 50 years with minimal maintenance. The key to extending your investment is taking care of any holes or cracks right away, or you risk decreasing the curb appeal of your home.

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looking for inexpensedrywall

Mold needs to be removed from between concrete walls and new walls put up in downstairs basement meter room.

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Pros and cons of concrete vs asphalt driveways

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The cost should be based upon a material's durability when paving your driveway. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Kenneth B.)
The cost should be based upon a material's durability when paving your driveway. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Kenneth B.)

Choosing the driveway surface that’s best for you depends on many factors. We make it easy with our concrete vs asphalt comparison and interview with the pros.

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