How long does it take to dry a cement driveway?

Answer Cement driveways can take around six days to dry completely, if it does not rain. You can walk on a new cement driveway anywhere from 24 to 48 hours after the cement has been laid, but you should n... Read More »

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How long should I stay off a new cement driveway?

Newly poured cement structures require time to "cure" or harden and subsequently strengthen. The Portland Cement Association recommends five to seven days for this process. The curing period is the... Read More »

How to Lay a Cement Driveway?

If your home lacks a driveway, requiring you to park on the street, you may find this very inconvenient and even accrue parking tickets. Perhaps your home already has a driveway, but it simply isn'... Read More »

How thick should cement be for a driveway?

According to Michigan city inspector Matt Bezanson, a cement residential driveway is usually 4 inches thick, but city code requirements will vary by location. Cement should be poured with uniform t... Read More »

How to Construct a Cement Driveway?

Most new homes now come with driveways, and many are built with enough room for two, three, and even four cars. However, if your home does not have a driveway or does not have ample room for your v... Read More »