I'm writing with a question regarding the repair of a concrete driveway
that I hope somebody might be able to answer for me...
I have a ten year old concrete driveway made up of four sections that
is in very good condition apart from the fact that small gaps have
recently developed between some of the sections that were not connected
by expansion strips.
I know that, unless I close these cracks up before winter, the ice and
snow will work them apart and I will have much more trouble down the
My plan is to clean any debris out of the gaps and then fill them with
either foam backer rods or cane fiber expansion joint strips. After
that I was going to treat them with some sort of polyurethane sealant.
Does this sound like a reasonable plan? Are there any improvements that
might be made to it or anything that I'm missing? Thanks in advance for
any suggestions you might provide!