Cracks on asphalt and concrete driveways are common things to see, especially if your driveway is more than 20 years old. However, if your driveway is new, it can be frustrating to see these cracks. After all, you paid good money for your driveway. Thankfully, there are actually some rational reasons as to why your driveway is showing cracks.
Asphalt paving is highly durable; that’s why it’s often used for driveways, roadways and parking lots. However, much like other building materials, it can get damaged when it’s constantly exposed to certain elements.
Construction projects, particularly concreting jobs, continue to get done even when temperatures drop. However, since the conditions are different, there are several things you should note in order to ensure the success of your project – and several things you should avoid.
GemSeal® PolyTar is one of the longest-lasting seal coatings on the market. It’s polymerized for superior resistance to wear, and it has improved fuel resistance, stronger adhesion and flexibility. This product is ideal for high-traffic parking lots and driveways, airport ramps and taxiways.
Asphalt pavement is the top surface option for most community and commercial developments in Southwest Florida. Civil engineers prefer asphalt because of its smooth riding surface, durability, flexibility, cost-effectiveness and ease of maintenance.