It may not look like it, but your home's concrete driveway takes a beating every day. Weather, particularly the sun's hot rays, the wind and strong rain can wear it out and cause cracks to form.
Without proper maintenance those cracks will eventually grow bigger, and soon parts of your concrete will crumble.
Other stress factors that could cause your concrete driveway to prematurely form cracks, discoloration, scaling and settlement can include sub-par concrete mix, bad placement and a poorly compacted subgrade.
Concrete is, without a doubt, one of the most commonly used and long-lasting building materials in the entire world. Structures that are built using concrete are not only durable but also resistant to fire and the various environmental factors that result in the degradation of structures.