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10 Reasons Causing Cracks in Asphalt Driveways

22 August 2016

Your driveway is one of those things that most homeowners hardly ever think about. It is usually the first thing that people notice when coming to your home. Asphalt remains the most common material to use for driveways and is also the least expensive and durable. It is an affordable, safe and attractive surface for paving your driveway. Over time, most driveways begin to crack, showing signs of wear and …

Concrete vs. Asphalt: Which Surfacing Material Works Better for Driveways?

10 August 2016

Image source: pursuitist.com Installing a driveway is a common practice for homes, offices and public properties alike, because of the easy accessibility and safety this offers for vehicles. However, since driveways cannot be constructed every day, the material chosen for paving plays an imperative role in its success. Concrete, paving and asphalt are the most common materials used in private and commercial properties. While concrete is a good surfacing option, …

Why is Asphalt the Best Surfacing Choice for Your Property?

29 July 2016

Driveways, paths, ramps and other finished surfaces have always added to the aesthetic appeal of homes and commercial properties. However, they are no longer installed just for the sake of beauty. In addition to their obvious visual appeal, proper asphalt also provides an element of safety and convenience for property owners, visitors and guests. Since it is such an important feature of your abode, it is crucial to pick the …

Keep Asphalt Driveways Good As New with Proper Care and Maintenance

21 July 2016

If you’re thinking about having a new driveway installed, asphalt is the most durable and economical option. It’s also very popular, since: Asphalt driveways are more hardwearing than concrete or gravel. They can withstand weather elements, including heat and cold, rain and dry weather, as well as pressure from all kinds of vehicles large and small. It is also ecofriendly as it is recyclable which makes it ideal for all …

New Driveway

10 May 2016

So your patient wife can’t handle the dust anymore and has pressured you to asphalt the driveway. So where do we start? How many different contractors do I need? How much is this all going to cost? We can take over the project at any stage, also if you consider yourself pretty handy we can recommend a few projects you can complete yourself to save money. Now for the biggest …

Caring for a New Driveway or Asphalt Car Park

7 March 2016

If your new asphalt is installed on a Wednesday you can start using it on Thursday. It would be great if you can give it another day but if you need to use it here is a few tips for looking after your new asphalt. Tyres are designed to stick to asphalt therefore do not turn your steering wheel when the car is stationery as this will create two scuff …