How To Seal An Asphalt Driveway

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Asphalt driveways are a very common type of driveway, thanks to their high durability and relative affordability. However, because they are constantly exposed to the elements, they can begin to crack and break down over time. This can be prevented through regular sealing, which adds a protective layer over the top of the driveway to keep out moisture and prevent cracks from happening. Thankfully, you can seal your asphalt driveway yourself with the right tools and knowledge to keep your driveway looking fresh and new.

18 May 2016

Protecting Your Preschool's New Asphalt Parking Lot From Damage

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Now that your preschool has found money in the budget to install a new asphalt parking lot for the staff and parents to use, it is important to protect your school's large investment in any way that you can. Here are some of the most important things you can do to protect the new asphalt surface: Ask Delivery Drivers and Those with Heavy Vehicles to Avoid Driving on the Asphalt

17 May 2016

How To Quickly Fix Small Cracks In Your Driveway

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If you have a concrete driveway, filling in the small cracks is one of the maintenance tasks you need to complete this spring to keep your driveway in good shape this year.  Search For Cracks First, you need to go and walk over your driveway, looking for any cracks that need to be filled. You may want to mark all the cracks you find so it is easier to find them again.

17 May 2016

Small Asphalt Walkway Uneven? Replace It And Decorate It

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If you have a small asphalt walkway for your home and it is uneven, it not only looks bad, but it is also a trip hazard for you and your family. In many cases, the walkway is uneven because the base underneath it is uneven. Replacing the walkway is likely the best thing to do. When you finish, you can decorate it to make it look unique. Replace the Walkway

17 May 2016

Concrete Crack Fillers, What They Do, And When To Use Each Kind

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In the world of concrete repair services, you will find that there are small jobs and large jobs. Small jobs include filling concrete cracks and replacing small sections of smashed concrete. There are several different kinds of concrete crack fillers, and each one does something a little different. Here are some descriptions of some concrete crack fillers, what they do, and when to use each kind of crack filler to repair your driveway or sidewalk.

17 May 2016

3 Reasons Your Asphalt Might Be Cracking

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Your asphalt pavement or driveway is quite resilient. Asphalt is meant to be an inexpensive alternative to other forms of pavement without sacrificing a great deal of structural integrity. But, like all things related to your home, if left uncared for, or you run into bad circumstances, it can become damaged. Throughout the course of this brief article, you will learn of just a few reasons why your asphalt might be cracking, as well some helpful hints on how to correct this issue.

16 May 2016

How To Fill Cracks In Your Asphalt Driveway

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One of the problems associated with an asphalt driveway is it ages is cracking. Cracks develop due to deterioration from UV exposure, temperature extremes, the weight of your car, and shifting of the soil base. Cracks detract from the appearance of your driveway, and they also speed up its deterioration. That's because rain seeps through the cracks, and when water gets under the asphalt, the cracks get bigger, the asphalt crumbles, and potholes appear.

15 May 2016