How does a home or business owner know if they can just sealcoat a driveway or when it is time for a new asphalt driveway?

If the driveway has areas where the pavement is rutted or severely broken, where the pavement sort of looks like the hide of an alligator – we call this “alligatoring” or alligator cracks– this is when you need to start thinking about new asphalt. When a pavement gets...

Tips To Improve your Driveways Lifespan

Tip #1: Prevent Water Damage The best thing to do is to prevent water intrusion through or under the pavement as much as possible. Water is susceptible to freezing and thawing, which prematurely damages the pavement. Try to get good drainage away from the driveway as...

Advantages of Asphalt Driveways Over Concrete Driveways

Asphalt Offers Both Installation Speed and Fast Usability An asphalt driveway can usually be laid in one or two days, depending on the size of the project. Concrete, on the other hand, typically takes twice as long to lay and even longer to set. Depending on the...

Rain Can Impact Your Driveway

When fain falls on your asphalt paving, it has the chance to seriously affect it in many ways. For example, it can seep into the cracks and expand. As this water invades the surface of your driveway, it will soak into the material and will later expand in the cold....