Fill Crevice's In An Asphalt Driveway's Surface And Apply Coats Of Sealer To Keep It Protected

If a hailstorm has created small crevices in portions of the asphalt driveway that is located on your residential property, patch the damaged areas by completing the instructions below. Once the driveway's appearance has been restored, add a coat or two of sealer to the driveway's surface to protect it from additional damage. Materials push broom with stiff bristles handheld wire brush sponge mop bucket of soapy water degreasing agent water hose bucket of cold asphalt patch small shovel putty knife asphalt sealer paint tray paint roller roller frame and handle Remove Debris And Stains From The Asphalt [Read More]

What Kind Of Crack Is That? Identify The Cracks In Your Asphalt Drive In Order To Identify The Problem And Solution

If you ever played that game when you were a kid where you sang, "Step on a crack, and you'll break your mother's back," then you've probably spent enough time looking at the cracks in the asphalt to realize that they seem to spring up in patterns. But, did you know that the patterns in the cracks can tell you what type of problems your asphalt driveway is experiencing? If you understand the cracks you have in your driveway, you'll be in a better position to understand what you need to do to prevent them from reoccurring. [Read More]

A Few Questions About Installing an Asphalt Driveway Answered

Upgrading to a paved driveway can be a great option for improving the appearance and accessibility of your property. However, it can be difficult for new homeowners to understand what is involved with installing and maintaining a new driveway. To help you be better informed about this process, it is important to consider the following few questions and their answers. What Can Be Done If the Ground Is Not Level? [Read More]

Asphalt Paving Planning: Temperature Loss Considerations When Paving In Winter

How effective compaction is during the asphalt paving process usually determines the durability of an asphalt pavement. Making sure that sure that successful compaction takes palace is therefore imperative if you want to avoid premature asphalt repair costs. One of the things that affects compaction is the temperature of the hot mix asphalt. This is so mainly because the viscosity of the binding agent is dependent on temperature. And since compaction is usually poor when the hot mix asphalt is too viscous, being aware of the things that accelerate the loss of temperature is important when planning a paving project. [Read More]