Toronto had a winter unlike any other, and the cold has done a number on the city's driveways. Cold causes water under the ground to freeze and expand, and can cause your driveway to heave, sometimes even by a few inches. While this can be concerning to see, it generally will drop as the ground thaws. However, after the extreme and prolonged cold that led to "Frost Quakes" of this never-ending winter, in some cases the ground has shifted and caused damage to many of the driveways I've seen so far, which requires repair work, be it relaying of stone, or excavation of asphalt or concrete to be relaid with asphalt or interlock.
Also taking a hit are flagstone and masonry work. The expansion and contraction has caused a lot of flagstone facing and steps to come loose, which is both unsightly, and often a tripping hazard and safety concern.
These are the kinds of things that we excell at fixing. If the winter did a number on the interlock or flagstone on your driveway walkway, patio or stairs, give us a call at (416) 728-2720 (or click here to email us) and we'll fix it good as new.