Re: Chips in new driveway
I'm inclined to agree with ma2804. The chips could be repaired, but it will look like you've had your driveway repaired, drawing more attention to the damage than just leaving it alone. Things could be blended together by painting, epoxying, or staining the concrete, but still I think you're going to far more effort and expense than is necessary. IMHO, it's a driveway and a few pock marks aren't going to be noticed as the slab ages and accumulates dirt and oil stains. If it really bothers you that much, you can have an asphalt seal coat put over the top which will hide the damage and seal the surface against further degradation.
I would also recheck your contract and warranty information. I suspect that there is a clause that unless there is a seal coat, and that it was applied by the original contractor, there is no warranty. The reason is, the contractor can claim the deterioration is due to lack of seal, or that the seal wasn't properly done so he's off the hook for any damages that have occurred. He's not responsible for other peoples work.
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