FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: How Much Does It Cost to Pour a New Driveway?
A: The average cost for a new driveway is anywhere between $1,800 and $6,000 depending on the material. The price per square foot is between $4 and $15, and on average, the cost is around $6 per square foot or $3,000. Several factors can influence the price, including materials used, size, location, reinforcement, decorative elements, and the cost of removing any existing materials. Jacksonville Driveway Repair has experience with a wide range of materials and can help you complete your new driveway within the budget you decide upon.
Q: Is Replacing a Driveway a Good Investment?
A: Homeowners are always looking for ways to increase the value of their homes. Curb appeal is a series of items that improve the visual appeal of a property or home when the property is viewed from the street. Curb appeal is what gives people a positive first impression. Truthfully, anything that increases curb appeal is a significant investment. If you work hard to maintain your home on the inside and the outside, then it is a good idea to replace your driveway if it is cracked or deteriorated and has an unattractive look. If you are planning to sell your home, a sub-standard driveway is one reason that potential buyers will submit lower offers. Potential buyers will not even consider buying a home if there is no driveway. A driveway is a path that leads to your home, so it should be attractive and inviting. Jacksonville Driveway Repair can help you to increase the value of your home with a beautiful new driveway.
Q: How thick should a concrete driveway be?
A: A driveway’s structural capability is largely determined by its thickness. To support a car or light truck, the driveway should have a clearance of no less than 4 inches, while a slab supporting heavy loads should have a clearance of at least 5 inches.