Tire scuffs are a common issue on a newly installed asphalt pavement. But is this a serious enough issue to warrant a quick and decisive solution?
The driveway contributes greatly to the overall look of your property. After all, it’s the first thing that guests see when they approach your home. If you want your driveway to create a great first impression, you’ll have to make sure it’s sized properly. But how wide should your driveway be, exactly?
Every homeowner needs to know the sealcoat schedule of their asphalt driveways. As a general rule, asphalt driveways require sealcoating about 90 days after the installation and every 3 years to maintain protection and durability. However, if you find cracks or other issues in your asphalt driveway, you may want to schedule sealing right away to prevent further damage.
As with any other outdoor element, your asphalt paving has a natural life cycle. Roads and parking areas will reach a certain period when it will require repairs. Some paving issues can happen over the course of months or years while others can be sudden. If this occurs, you may want to consider asphalt patching as a repair solution.