Repairing cracks in concrete is essential for preserving the integrity of your driveway and protecting it from the elements. While concrete itself cannot be used to repair cracks, there are a variety of products available that can help you get the job done. Epoxy compounds, latex patch material, and mortar mixes are all suitable for filling cracks in concrete that are an inch wide or narrower. For larger cracks, mortar mixes work best.
Filling and repairing cracks in concrete is an important step in maintaining the structural integrity of your driveway. To help you get started, I've put together a video and step-by-step guide to walk you through the process. I used a rear road and a thick layer of Quickrete concrete repair filler to fill a crack in my driveway, and after 24 hours it looks great and is flexible when pushed on wet compounds. Cracks are an unavoidable part of any concrete slab, but with the right tools and materials, you can easily fill them yourself.
All you need is a broom and some concrete crack filler. So let's get started!.