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When you decide that it is time to install a new driveway at your home, one of the biggest decisions that you will have to make is whether you should use asphalt or concrete for it. Of course, there are other choices available such as gravel if your budget is low or brick pavers if money is no issue. However, concrete and asphalt are the two most common types of materials that are used and both have some advantages and disadvantages.

Overall, concrete is going to last longer, but an asphalt driveway is cheaper. Asphalt driveways need a bit more maintenance, but typically repairs are quite easy. During the winter months, asphalt is often the best choice because concrete drives are often damaged by de-icing products.

Another reason to consider asphalt over concrete for areas with long winters is that asphalt handles the extreme fluctuations in temperatures much better than concrete. The reason for this is because it is a more flexible material.

When it comes to choosing a surface for your driveway, a lot will depend on the area that you live in and how much money you are willing to spend.