I had them re-pave my driveway some years ago. I didn't write a review then because I only noticed the problem as time went along. They were very efficient but, unfortunately, they didn't grade one side of my double driveway properly. There's a raised area a few feet in front of the second garage - and it hasn't settled or lowered at all (as I thought it might, once I noticed it) - so any water in that area (rain or melting snow) runs into the garage instead of down the driveway. The rest of the driveway is okay and water runs to the street. Anyways, it's long past the warranty period so I've had to come up with other solutions until I get it re-done. But it's a nuisance and, every time it rains or snow melts, I'm reminded of it.
- Company Response
Thank you for taking the time to post a review. I wish you would have shared your concerns with us previously and we would have been happy to arrange an inspection of your driveway. This winter in particular has been pretty harsh on most driveways as the temperature fluctuates between cold, mild and freezing. When it rains and the snow melts causing the ground beneath our driveways and walkways to become saturated with water, suddenly we get very cold below zero temperatures causing that water to freeze. When the saturated ground freezes it expands and heaves up the driveway or walkway above. I suspect this is what is happening to your driveway at the moment. Rest assured as the spring thaw completes and the ground has normalized this issue should resolve.