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"Expedient and a good job. "

5.0 star review from Anjum Q. in McLean VA

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"We hired this company for a bunch of different handyman type things that needed done prior to putting our house on the market. They did a great job with all of them."

5.0 star review from Jennifer S. in Springfield VA

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5.0 star review from Jose C. in Duluth GA

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Cracks, chips, potholes...oh my. Driveway problems can be a headache, especially if they take away from your home's curb appeal. The good news is that not all driveway repairs are an intimidating venture. Factors that determine the cost and extent of a driveway repair include:

  • The size of the driveway
  • The layout of the driveway - is it flat or hilly, long and curved or short and straight?
  • The extent of the damage - small cracks or chips can be patched or fixed with resealing

Need help assessing the current condition of your driveway or getting problem areas fixed? Enter your zip code and HomeAdvisor will connect you with prescreened driveway repair companies near you that are ready to get started on your job.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to repair a driveway?

It costs an average of $1,600 to repair a driveway, or between $780 and $2,500. Small repairs can cost as little as $300 while larger issues can run you upwards of $4,500. Costs can vary dramatically based on a variety of factors, including the:

  • Type of material.
  • Extent of damage.
  • Foundation problems.

What are signs my driveway needs repair?

You may notice cracks, crumbling, potholes or buckling in your driveway -- all signs a repair is in your future. Spalling or scaling, sinking, or settling are also signs that driveway fixes are necessary.

Should I just replace my driveway?

Consider replacing your driveway if it has issues and is 15 to 20+ years old. A professional can help you identify whether there are drainage problems or other major issues that warrant replacement.

Do I have to hire someone to repair my driveway?

You may be able to repair your driveway yourself if there are small cracks or holes. For cracks or holes spread across a large area, or other issues with crumbling, buckling or settling, it's best to bring in a professional. There may be foundation repairs necessary, or full driveway replacement, depending on the scope of the problem.