A paved driveway in your front yard helps to complete the look of your home's appearance and provides a pavement for your vehicles and other traffic. Whether your driveway is made of concrete or asphalt, it can become worn out over the years, looking cracked from freeze-thaw winter cycles, and pitted to form holes. Here are some tips to help you make repairs to and resurface your paved driveway to make it look great and last many years more.
Asphalt obviously looks the best when it is clean and black. Over time, asphalt can fade and stain. So, many homeowners are very interested in resurfacing their asphalt. There are a few different ways to resurface any asphalt surface. This article explains two of the best ways to resurface any asphalt.
Repair the Holes and Cracks
First of all, it is important to remember that resurfacing asphalt doesn't necessarily repair the cracks in potholes.