How to Fill Cracks in your Driveway
Cracks in your driveway can be a hazard and make your driveway look unappealing. If you have cracks that measure between ⅛” and ½”, try these home remedies:
- Water-based acrylic filler: If you have an asphalt driveway, you will want to use a water-based acrylic filler. This works best for cracks that measure up to ⅛”. Use a squeeze bottle to fill the crack completely.
- Packaged crack filler: If you have cracks that measure up to ½”, you will want to use a packaged crack filler. You can use a caulking gun to fill the crack. After filling the crack, use a putty knife to smooth and flatten it out.
If you have any cracks bigger than 2”, you should call a professional to have it filled or repaired. Once you finish filling the cracks, you should seal them. Call the professionals today at (716) 834-2454 to have your cracks repaired and your driveway sealed.