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How to Repair Driveway Cracks in Asphalt or Concrete

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Whether you have an asphalt driveway or a concrete driveway, cracks are likely to be a problem at some point. Water that seeps under the driveway freezes and thaws, creating cracks. These cracks usually worsen over time as grass and weeds grow in between them. Some of the materials used to repair asphalt and concrete differ, but the process is generally the same.

 

 

Things You'll Need:

Awl

Broom

Crack filler for asphalt or concrete

Putty knife

Premixed mortar or sealant in a can

Pre-mixed concrete

Cold-patch asphalt

Plastic

4-by-4 piece of wood

Plywood

Driveway cleaner

Driveway ware sealer

 

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