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Some of our most popular materials for driveways and garages include exposed aggregate, honed aggregate, liquid limestone, and standard grey concrete. While all of these materials are durable and low maintenance, each has its individual properties that set it apart from the others.

Tip: for further information, we recommend reading our ‘Which Concrete Surface is Right For You?‘ guide.


What Does Your Driveway Say About Your House?

When someone visits your home or business, one of the first things that they notice is your driveway. A shoddy looking entrance can ruin the façade of the most elegant home. Cracks, weeds, and broken pieces of the driveway simply scream neglect.

Fortunately, our expert team at Decorative Concrete WA can easily bring new life to your tired driveway in many beautiful and affordable ways. Concrete holds up better over time and will not sink into your driveway. This prevents grasses, weeds and insects from taking over.

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Perth's Best Concrete Driveways

An expertly crafted driveway adds a bold and modern look to your home. Additionally, it is highly durable (which is particularly important in Perth’s harsh summer climate).

The team at Decorative Concrete WA have been laying quality driveways for 15+ years. For some examples of our previous work, view our past projects here.

Concrete Driveway Benefits

A concrete driveway can be maintained with very minimal time and effort. They are designed to handle high foot traffic, heavy loads and all types of weather. Exposed aggregate concrete is easy to clean, after installation the experts at DCWA seal the driveway to help maintain and minimise damage such as cracks in the future.

Aggregate concrete is not only slip-resistant perfect for a wet winter, but also is light reflective keeping the ground cool throughout the hot summer. We suggest in order to keep driveway looking good for years, to seal it and hose it clean when needed.

A professionally installed concrete driveway will provide you with a smooth and stylish surface that will last for many years. Contact Decorative Concrete WA for a professional concrete driveway, view our blog about more benefits to concrete driveways.


To clean a concrete driveway, start by sweeping away any loose dirt or debris. Apply a mixture of dish soap and water or a commercial concrete cleaner to the surface, and scrub with a stiff-bristle brush. For stubborn stains, a solution of 1 part bleach to 3 parts water can be used, ensuring the area is well-ventilated. Rinse thoroughly with a hose or pressure washer on a low setting. Regular cleaning prevents buildup and maintains the driveway’s appearance.

The best concrete mix for driveways is a minimum of 32 MPa (megapascals) compressive strength concrete with air entrainment to improve freeze-thaw durability. Consider adding fibre reinforcement or wire mesh to enhance strength and crack resistance. The specific conditions and expected load on your driveway will dictate the ideal mix, so consulting with a professional is recommended.

Concrete can crack for multiple reasons, including:

  • Subgrade Settlement: If the ground beneath the concrete isn’t compacted properly, it can settle and cause cracks.
  • Tree Roots: Growing tree roots can exert pressure and cause cracking.
  • Poor Construction: Inadequate concrete mix, improper curing, or lack of control joints can lead to cracks.
  • Freeze-Thaw Cycles: Water in the concrete can freeze and expand, causing cracks. Air-entrained concrete helps mitigate this.
  • Heavy Loads: Excessive weight from vehicles or equipment can exceed the concrete’s load-bearing capacity.

Simple ways to maintain your concrete driveway:

  • Regular cleaning to remove dirt and stains.
  • Sealing the concrete every 2-3 years to protect against moisture and wear.
  • Avoiding the use of deicing chemicals in winter, as they can damage the surface.
  • Repairing cracks promptly to prevent water infiltration and further damage.
  • Ensuring proper drainage to avoid water pooling on the surface.

It’s important to be re-sealing your concrete driveway every 2-3 years is recommended to protect against moisture penetration, stains, and wear. Sealing extends the life of your driveway by forming a protective barrier against the elements and everyday use. Choose a sealer appropriate for your climate and the specific type of concrete.

It is typically advised to wait at least 7 days before driving on newly laid concrete. This allows the concrete to achieve sufficient strength to bear vehicle loads. However, curing times can vary based on weather conditions, concrete mix, and thickness of the pour. Follow the recommendations of your concrete professional for the best results.

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