Asphalt is a surface that wears. With a properly installed base, asphalt will provide many years of low maintenance service. After its wearing life, usually 15-20 years, it may be resurfaced with a fresh layer of asphalt.
When renovating your driveway, it may be necessary to remove your existing driveway completely or to remove the surface in order to regrade the base material. Complete removal may be necessary to accommodate a new surface. This is generally true when changing from an asphalt driveway to a brick paver driveway as the grade of the base must be lowered to accommodate for the additional thickness of the brick. Regrading may also be necessary when there are drainage problems or when the base material needs to be enhanced to support vehicle traffic. As a full-service contractor, Bonness provides all the necessary services to complete your finished driveway.