Three Reasons To Use RAP When You Can't Patch Anymore

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If you have an asphalt driveway or private road on your property, you know that this is one of the easier materials to deal with because you can easily patch cracks and replace sections, rather than having to repave the entire driveway to fix a broken section. However, there comes a point when you just can't patch anymore because you've already patched so much of the driveway. Should you reach this point and decide to repave the whole thing, you may want to use recycled asphalt product, or RAP.

13 June 2016

2 Signs Your Cement Mixer Needs Repair

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If you are in the middle of a remodeling or renovation project, you are probably well aware of all the different machinery you are going to need to make it happen. While you expect your machinery to work like it should, you have to do your part to make sure your machines are in top operating condition at all times. One of the main pieces of machinery you will often need when doing an add-on project is that of a cement mixer.

16 February 2016

Want To Keep Your Driveway Looking Sleek And Smooth? Doing These Three Things Will Help

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As the owner of a new asphalt driveway, you might drive around town and notice older driveways and parking lots that are fading and have large cracks. You pledge to never allow that to happen to your own driveway, but you may be unaware of what you can do to avoid it. Use the following suggestions to help your driveway stay sleek and smooth.  Get Your Driveway Sealcoated One of the reasons that asphalt driveways start to fade is because of constant exposure to sun, rain and snow.

12 January 2016

Does Your Subdivion Need New Sidwalks? Reasons To Consider Asphalt

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If everyone in your subdivision is complaining about the condition of the old sidewalks, it may be time to consider replacing them instead of repairing the concrete. If people like to run, use strollers and bike around your subdivision, concrete may not be the best paving option. Instead, asphalt could be the best solution. Asphalt can be poured over the existing concrete to reduce time and removal costs when changing out the sidewalks and it cools quickly and be used within hours of being poured, depending on thickness and temperature outside.

17 November 2015

Four Alternative Paving Materials For A Greener Driveway

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Driveways are so ubiquitous and unassuming that many homeowners never stop to consider their options when a renovation is necessary. But the standard asphalt driveway is beginning to receive some scrutiny for its contributions to the heat island effect, flash flooding, and manufacturing pollution. Thankfully, there are now several alternative driveway paving materials that can both combat these negative effects while still providing a sturdy, long-lasting and attractive driveway.  

20 October 2015

What Is Alligator Cracking In Asphalt Driveways And How Can I Fix It?

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Heavy cracks often appear in asphalt, a problem which can significantly decrease the curb value of your home. One of the most destructive types of these cracks is alligator cracking. Identifying this problem and taking steps to remedy it can help you get your driveway looking as good as new. Identifying Alligator Cracking The first thing you need to do is identify whether or your asphalt is truly suffering from alligator cracks.

16 September 2015

How To Prepare Your Driveway For Sealcoating

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Asphalt is a good building material for a driveway. It is hard enough to hold its shape even if it gets wet, yet flexible enough that it won't crack when subjected to stress. On the other hand, weather can have an adverse effect on an asphalt driveway. In order to make sure that your driveway remains in good shape, you have to take steps to protect it from the elements, and this is where sealcoating comes into play.

8 September 2015