Typical driveway repaving costs

Written by amanda williams | 13/05/2017
Typical driveway repaving costs
Cracked or worn driveways may need to be repaved to restore the original quality. (der weg image by Robert Brimberry from Fotolia.com)

Time takes its toll on everything, including your driveway. Forces such as the weather and your vehicle can affect the quality of your driveway. Several factors will determine the cost of repaving your driveway.


Repaving your driveway can restore it to its original condition.


You may decide you want something other than the traditional black asphalt driveway. Adding colour or texture to your driveway will cost extra, about £1.90 to £6 per square foot, according to Costhelper.com.


The cost to repave your driveway will depend on its size.


The landscape of your driveway also may affect the cost to repave it. For example, if your driveway has a steep slope, you may have to pay more because the job will be more difficult to complete.


It will cost 60p to £3 per square foot to repave a two-car driveway. So, if you need to pave a 12-by-50 driveway, you can expect to pay £390 to £1,950, according to Costhelper.com.

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