By Bernette Robert. driveway. Published at Monday, January 21st, 2019 - 06:10:02 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.
Firstly You will need to remove your existing driveway, this could be either concrete, tarmac or concrete flags. To make life easy hire a mini digger from a local tool hire company and you will clear this stage in a day. If you want to however this can be done by hand but will take much longer to do!
Many services would offer cleaning services for homes, but only a few reputed ones might be able to handle commercial and public properties. Choose a company that uses the best cleaning equipment in the market like a 20hp pressure washer at 3600psi with large 21” rotary washers. Equipment with a nylon brush skirt around the edge would be ideal for all kinds of properties as they avoid splashing and messing the property.
Sealcoating a pavement area approximately 60 days after the initial asphalt application will protect it from weather and car fluid damage in the years ahead, lengthening the overall life of your paving. Driveway sealer is composed of a coal-tar emulsion, sometimes fortified with rubber or silica sand for increased durability. A paving contractor will apply sealer either by brush or by spraying it over the area; the method may depend upon the size of the area to be sealed, or upon the individual contractor’s preference.
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