Large driveways are very common in Mullica Hill, NJ. This homeowner needed a fix to the top of his driveway that was ruined by salt damage . The pitting, commonly known as spalling, is when the cream coat of the original poured concrete chips off and the rocks that make up the structure of the driveway are visible. This is danigerous to the integrity of the driveway because it is susceptible to rain and ice damage. The rocks are held together by sand and with them exposed, they are regularly washed away by weather. When that cream is eroded by salts, there is no longer a protective coating on the driveway. Our resurfacing process uses polymers that provide the perfect solution for this concrete driveway. When we use the process, the driveway if left with the protective coating that is resistant to staining, and salt damage.