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Mild Kansas winters, hot Kansas summers — perfect conditions for a concrete driveway.
In hot temperatures, blacktop pavement can become soft and sticky. And if not properly poured, it can crack at the edges and develop ruts around the wheels of parked cars. But when it comes to cured concrete, heat has little effect.
That’s not to say pavement doesn’t have an upside. It’s typically less expensive. And some contractors prefer it in cold climates where the ground freezes and expands. However, given enough time to harden (500 PSI minumum strength), concrete maintains its integrity, even in the cold.
With just a small amount of care, concrete driveways can easily last for 30 years — even 50 in some cases. Asphalt does not usually last as long and requires frequent attention.
For a long-lasting, low-maintenance concrete driveway:
Concrete looks great with any home. And because it’s so durable, it’ll look great for many years to come. Of course, if you’re looking for something more unique, we offer a number of color stain options to match your house or landscaping. Brick pavers also add a nice touch, giving your driveway a distinguished and framed appearance.