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Concrete Driveway in West Sussex

Concrete is a popular driveway surfacing material. It’s suited to any size or form of driveway. Many people install concrete driveways because they’re durable. If a cement driveway is laid and taken care of appropriately, it can previous for at least 30 years. Concrete driveways are also relatively zero-maintenance. Many professionals recommend that you coat your concrete in a sealer. This isn’t essential, but it'll keep the driveway in good condition and prolong its life. This sealer is straightforward to use and needs reapplying about once every two years, or whenever the driveway starts showing signs of deterioration. Cement driveways also need periodic washing and sweeping. Concrete driveways are also popular because they could be customised. Different dyes are available to change the color of concrete to suit its surroundings. Cement may also be used to set-up pattern imprinted driveways, which are often unique and attractive. Cement driveways do have downsides. They are prone to cracking, specially when it’s scorching or frosty or they’re under extreme pressure. Cracks in concrete are difficult to repair. Although they could be stuffed in, this often leaves a driveway looking patchy and mismatched. The ultimate way to repair a concrete driveway is to displace it, which is often expensive.

Average Concrete driveway cost in West Sussex

How much your concrete driveway or patio project will cost you depends on the size it will be and where it’s located. It also depends on the professional you hire to help you. However, generally speaking, the regular price for a concrete driveway or patio is £1,750.

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Prices based on actual Concrete driveway costs for West Sussex, as reported by local Quotatis members.

Concrete driveway installation cost in West Sussex 2021

Labour cost £1,225
Material cost £438
Waste removal £88
Time frame: 1-3 days

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West Sussex

The southern district of West Sussex is bordered by Hampshire, Surrey and East Sussex and features a coastal line along the south coast of Great Britain. Having half of the region being protected countryside, much of the population dwell within the county's only city, Chichester, along with the large towns of Crawley, Worthing and Horsham. Its population of practically 800,000 makes it the 27th biggest region by population in England, having a density of 1,040 individuals per square mile. When you require any property developments in East Sussex, be sure to review quotations from local, respectable businesses to find the right price.

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    How to seal cracks in a concrete driveway?

    Cracks on your concrete driveway can look scruffy and unsightly. They can also lead to further damage, as moisture can get into the cracks and make them worse. So, it’s important to seal the cracks as soon as you can.

    Start by cleaning the area and removing any loose materials. This will help any new materials you introduce to bond with your existing driveway. Then use concrete caulking or sealer to fill in the cracks. You’ll need to use a trowel to push the filler firmly into the crack.

    Once you’ve filled in the crack, make sure you consult the product instructions and leave it for the amount of time specified before using your concrete driveway again.

    How to resurface a painted concrete patio?

    A big benefit to concrete is that you can paint it, making it easy to customise and coordinate with your outside area. However, it’s easy to resurface it too, so if you change your mind or inherit a patio that’s the wrong colour, you don’t need to worry.

    Start by cleaning the surface with water and a brush. If you come up against any tough stains, you might need to use a detergent and water mix to remove them. Then you can prepare your resurfacer.

    Generally, it’s best to apply resurfacer to a moist surface, although make sure you follow the instructions on the specific product you buy. You’ll need to mix the resurfacer with water, then pour and spread it on with a trowel or brush. You might need to apply multiple coats, and can add texture if you want to make the surface more grippy.

    Ensure you protect any expansion joints in your patio with duct tape or weather stripping to stop the resurfacer from filling them in. You can also add a colour agent to your resurfacer before you apply it if you’d like to customise the colour.

    How to concrete a driveway?

    Whether you’re going to hire a professional to create your concrete driveway or are trying DIY, it’s a good idea to know how to create one.

    Firstly, make sure you’ve thought carefully about the size and location of your driveway, and mark it out with pegs and string. Then, you’ll need to dig out the area. Ideally this should be about 20cm deep – 10cm for the subbase and 10cm for the concrete layer. Make sure this is level and compress both the soil and the subbase with a compactor if needed.

    Then, you’ll need to assemble the formwork for your driveway. These are pegged out planks of wood or metal that support the edges of your driveway while it’s setting. If your driveway is more than 4 metres long, you’ll also need to create control joints to allow the concrete to settle without cracking.

    Once you’ve done this, you’re ready to pour on the concrete. You’ll need to level it and ideally give it some texture so the surface has some grip. Cover your concrete driveway with plastic sheeting when you’re happy with the finish and leave it to set. Make sure you don’t walk or drive on it until it’s completely set – this usually takes 3-10 days. Then, you can remove the framework and enjoy your new driveway.

    My garden is sloped, can I install a patio?

    Patios are suitable for many gardens. If you do not have a flat area already, consider having some landscaping work done to create one. If your garden is on a very extreme slope, you could have a multi-layered (terraced) patio with steps between each layer. Ask for advice and get quotes if you're not sure.

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