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. However, rain is more likely to damage your driveway by getting underneath of it.
For example, water may end up washing against the side of the asphalt driveway, seeping into the ground, and causing it to sink. When this happens, cracks and potholes can start to form. This dangerous problem leads to more serious concerns that can ruin your asphalt paving. Avoiding this problem typically requires sealing the surface of the driveway or covering it during the rainy season. This way, it can last for years.