Driveway & Garage Resurfacing

Your standard asphalt driveway typically lasts from 12 to 15 years, depending on the quality of the installation, climate, usage, and how it has been maintained. Fact of the matter is that the appearance of your driveway and garage area creates an impression about your home and way of life. An inviting driveway provides a focal point for passers-by and visitors approaching your home.  This can also increase the overall value of your property. As proven by the passage of time and our experience, the best material for driveways and garages is unquestionably concrete, because of its weather resistance, durability, ease of installation, and visual appeal.

 

Create a hub for your hot rod(s)

Longer driveways and 4-5 car garages are standard and expected in most high-end communities.  They have become a symbol of luxury in their own way.  Stamped concrete with integral colors and patterns are readily available in new home construction when driveways are initially installed. At Rockerz Residential Surfaces, we specialize in creating these accents and designs over your existing slabs, with modern overlay materials.

 

If you want herring-bone brick, a cobblestone, gray slate, or accented fax stone edging or just resealing your existing slab let Rockerz Residential Surfaces add these improvements to your existing driveways and garage floors.  We guarantee, there is no better way to show off your antique or classic car collection!  We encourage you to increase your curb appeal and home value by adding these new products to your home’s existing driveway, installed by the dependable experienced professionals from Rockerz Residential Surfaces.

History Lesson

Although we always take them for granted now, there was once a time in our history when garages and driveways didn’t exist. It wasn’t until the 1850’s that drive paths for carriages started to appear on more affluent properties. Prior to this there was nothing more than a dirt path. Then in the latter half of the 19th century, the new concept of driveways or carriage paths began to appear at more expensive and elite homes. These new driveways were semi-circled with curved walks.  They were often constructed of stone, brick, or cobblestone.

In the early part of the 20th century, the introduction of the automobile increased the demand for driveways and garages.  As the expense of the automobile came down and became affordable to the masses, more homeowners demanded driveways.  What were once two ribbons cutting though the lawn up to the main entrance or into the garage later became solid surfaces, wide enough for one or two cars with additional parking included too. When this occurred, more affordable and more efficient installation materials were sought. This led to the accessible and functional concrete or paved driveways we all see today.

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