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How long does it typically take for a concrete driveway to fully cure?

0-2 weeks
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2-4 weeks
29%
4-6 weeks
47%
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Question: How long does it typically take for a concrete driveway to fully cure?
Top Answer (47% of 34 votes): 4-6 weeks.

Answer: 4-6 weeks
Explanation: Depending on climate and weather conditions.
BAT Concrete llc
Answer: 2-4 weeks
Explanation: 28 days
caydens concrete restoration inc
Answer: 4-6 weeks
Explanation: 28 days to cure.
QUALITY CONTRACTORS
ProMatcher
Answer: 0-2 weeks
Explanation: Usually 14 to 21 days in warm weather and a little longer in cooler weather.
Concrete services
Answer: 4-6 weeks
Explanation: Yes it takes this long for a "full" cure. It can be driven on sooner but it's not fully cured. For industrial areas we can use a higher cement ratio and larger aggregate for a quicker drive time.
BellPro Construction LLC
Answer: 4-6 weeks
Explanation: Concrete takes 30 days to fully cure.
A to Z Fence and Concrete
ProMatcher
Answer: 4-6 weeks
Explanation: 28 days is typical curing time .Concrete should reach compessive stength by then
LPG,LLC
Answer: 4-6 weeks
Explanation: At 4 inches it takes 31 days to cure
h and h company
Answer: 2-4 weeks
Explanation: it all depends where you live in the country
Wilks Handyman Service
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