A large crack running down the driveway of a residential home.
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What It Will Cost You To Fix Your Cracked Concrete Driveway
When determining how much you'll be spending to repair cracks in your concrete driveway, you can expect to pay anywhere from $150 to over $2,000.
However, pricing is determined by a few criteria, most notably the level of the damage and the size of the area that needs
to be repaired.
Depending on the damage, you will either have to repair, resurface, or replace your driveway. Repairing entails patching or filling any cracks with concrete caulking.
If it's only minor cracking, this might be something you can tackle on your own. Repairing is the key for cracks or holes smaller than ¼ of an inch wide.
Any larger cracks or peeling cement signifies that it has to be resurfaced in that specific area. Depending on the size, resurfacing might range from $3 to $25 per square foot.
You will need to resurface or replace your driveway if it is sinking or has large potholes. The cost will increase if your driveway needs to be replaced entirely.