Signs Your Asphalt Driveway Needs Repair

If you have a driveway made from asphalt adorning your property, you know the benefits it provides to you and your family. Repair work is necessary at certain times to ensure your driveway continues to give you a smooth surface for use. Here are some signs that indicate it is time to contact an asphalt company to make repairs to your driveway's asphalt. Cracks Or Crumbles Are Visible  When an asphalt surface becomes cracked, crumbled, or riddled with holes, there is a need for repair work in affected areas. Read More 

Use Sealcoating To Extend The Life Of Your Private Road

Do you have a property that has its own private road? Perhaps you use the road to get to your house which you intentionally built in an isolated location. Or maybe you have a private road so you can use a golf cart or other small vehicle to get from one side of your property to another. If your private road is made from asphalt, don't forget to keep up with proper maintenance and care. Read More 

A Complete Guide To Asphalt Raveling

Raveling is a major problem on asphalt paving, whether it's a driveway, parking lot, or road. Asphalt consists of asphalt binder along with stone aggregate. Over time, the binder can break down or dry out, causing the aggregate to come loose. Left too long, the asphalt will completely break down. Recognizing Raveling Issues In the early stages, it can be easy to ignore the signs of a developing raveling problem. At first, it may just seem like there is more debris like dirt and dust on the asphalt surface. Read More 

Here Are Different Types Of Cracks On Asphalt Pavements And What They Indicate

If you have an asphalt parking lot or pavement, you may have noticed that it is prone to cracking at some point. Various factors can lead to cracks in your asphalt pavement, such as frequent use by heavy vehicles or long-term exposure to heat, water, ice, etc. It's crucial to understand that different kinds of asphalt cracks exist, and identifying them can be invaluable in determining the most effective approach to fixing them. Read More 

Concrete Patching And Installations - Quality Concerns And Essentials

Concrete products have a limited 'shelf life' that may ultimately require pavement to be patched or replaced. A paving contractor will use some distinct steps when installing fresh concrete. A quality product will be less prone to cracking and chipping, plus may not necessitate a sealant coat for many years. Common Issues With Concrete Pavement A contractor pays close attention to the concrete and water ratio used to prepare a pavement mixture. Read More