residential paving

asphalt driveway costIf your home is in need of a new driveway, you may be worried about the cost. While investing in a new driveway is not a small cost, if you choose asphalt, you can save significantly. These driveways are significantly cheaper than concrete, around 1/3 the cost depending on your installer, and are designed to last around 15 years with proper maintenance. Still, you may find yourself asking, "How much does a good quality asphalt driveway cost?" Here's what you need to know.

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residential paving contractors

Evaluating residential paving contractors is an important first step when installing or replacing your driveway. When correctly prepped, installed and finished, residential asphalt builds will likely remain in great shape for more than 20 years. You can ensure your asphalt structure has the best chance at remaining in optimal condition through the years by carefully selecting a paving contractor to perform the work. A skilled and experienced contractor will utilize the right tools and techniques to create a truly durable structure that will remain attractive and functional for decades to come.

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It seems like an easy task – hire a residential paving contractor and you’ll have a smooth, easy-to-care-for driveway in just a few days.  However, the number of things that can go wrong when paving a driveway is huge.  There are so many variables that need to be addressed, and if your contractor doesn’t discuss them, you should raise the red flag immediately.  To be sure you get the best possible paving results, hire an experienced residential paving contractor.

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Congratulations!  Just had your driveway paved and wondering how to protect your investment?  Here is some advice we offer to our customers.

Did you know that brand new asphalt will take nearly a year to cure completely?  We recommend you follow these six simple rules for properly caring for your asphalt pavement during this crucial time.

1. Wait three days before parking on your new asphalt driveway.

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crockodile cracks

Ever look outside your window at your driveway and see a crocodile? Not the kind that may look at you as lunch but there’s another type of crocodile lurking on your driveway. This one takes the shape of series of interlaced cracks across the pavement—similar to the pattern of lines found on a crocodile’s back.

How do crocodile cracks happen? Many are a result of poor drainage. Water that pools on the sides of a driveway or on the pavement itself can damage the underlying base of the driveway and work their way to the surface.

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