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Old 08-20-2011, 06:48 AM   #16
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Repairing a concrete driveway crack that is dormant, meaning the crack doesn't move up or down, can be done with a concrete driveway crack repair product. Measure the size of the crack to determine the best way to repair it. Different materials are used depending on the size.
It's Asphalt.........

But then again....I wouldn't have an asphalt driveway....

So....my contribution would be...rip up the asphalt and put in a real driveway made of concrete......then in 5 years you ask us about the concrete cracks....which will be a lot smaller.....

On a side note.....that actually does not look that bad....has kind of a neat 'patena' look to it.

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Repairing a concrete driveway crack that is dormant, meaning the crack doesn't move up or down, can be done with a concrete driveway crack repair product. Measure the size of the crack to determine the best way to repair it. Different materials are used depending on the size.
William, the driveway is asphalt. Try to make your posts relevant to the topic at hand.
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Asphalt driveways are the norm in Ontario, concrete the exception. That is Ontario Canada, not Ontario California.
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Asphalt driveways are the norm in Ontario, concrete the exception. That is Ontario Canada, not Ontario California.
Ayuh,.... Same on this side of the creek,...
Asphalt gives with the changes in weather,..
Concrete heaves, cracks, 'n breaks up...

The driveway in this thread needs an overlay, or replacement...
It's already been Waayyy over sealcoated...

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