By Genivee Marin. driveway. Published at Saturday, January 26th, 2019 - 03:56:07 AM.
As tough as it is, asphalt can be damaged by sun exposure, excessive rain, ice, and temperature changes. Years of gasoline and oil drippings from cars can also cause surface deterioration. Not only will deteriorating asphalt fade from a crisp black to an ugly gray, but it can also become rough and crack open-and water accumulating in pavement cracks or holes can lead to further damage.
If you are hiring someone to do the pavement for you, then you want to find out how many pavements they have done before, and if they are licensed or trained to do this type of work. This is because you do not want them to mess anything up, or end up not being who they said they were when you hired them. This is being cautious with what you do before you do it, and getting all the information you need when you need to know more about the workers.
Having a sealed driveway or parking lot surface has benefits far beyond the money saved on re-paving. For starters, the smooth, sealed finish will be easier to clean than cracked, stained asphalt, enabling you to keep your property looking its best. Even more importantly, sealed pavement is safer to walk and drive on. Large cracks and holes can pose a tripping hazard for individuals of all ages.
When you’re spending the money to have your driveway or parking lot professionally paved, you don’t want the asphalt to deteriorate any sooner than necessary. Sealcoat the surface to protect your walking and driving areas from wear and tear.
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