Repaving Your Driveway: Why, When, and How
Your home’s driveway is a focal point of curb appeal, an entryway for guests, and a playground for your children. While upkeep of the driveway can be forgotten in the midst of indoor home repairs like the faulty air conditioning unit or broken garbage disposal, it’s important to repair and resurface your asphalt driveway to keep it in good condition and maintain aesthetics.
Repairs Made Before RePaving. Your driveway most likely receives a great deal of action from car tire, oil spills, and footsteps. Oxidation, cracks, and spills can weaken the asphalt, so it’s vital to repair any soft or damaged patches before repaving. If this step is skipped, the repaved driveway will eventually be overtaken by the old damages again, and you’ll land back in square one. Read More