Asphalt Driveway Paving and Resurfacing
Asphalt paving is a popular choice with business and homeowners when it comes to driveway installation. They are durable and less expensive to install than other materials. They also have more repair options, as well, when damage does occur. Asphalt driveways installed by professional driveway pavers have a decades-long life expectancy. Our paving contractors are experts in new construction and driveway installation.
When you resurface your driveway, the top layer of asphalt is replaced and any necessary repairs are completed. Driveway resurfacing from our paving contractors can repair worn out asphalt paving without digging up and tearing out the entire foundation. Resurfacing extends the life of your driveway by 15-20 years. Resurfacing will restore your old surface to its original beauty while extending the life of your investment for years to come!
Is it time for you to resurface your asphalt driveway? Our asphalt paving contractor can evaluate your asphalt surface and provide advice and a free quote. It may be possible to repair the driveway damage by patching, or it may be more cost effective to resurface the entire driveway.
Maintenance After Driveway Installation
Asphalt driveways should be sealed every 1-3 years to provide a protective barrier for your asphalt. It protects your surface from damage due to weathering, pollution, oil stains, and more. The sealant also fills small holes and pores of the surface. It is applied to pavement with a special machine that applies just enough material for it to set into the driveway. Sealcoating your driveway every two to three years helps preserve your driveway’s beauty and functionality for many years and will extend the life of your driveway dramatically.
Our Wisconsin freeze-thaw cycles, the shifting of the earth, and the weight of your vehicles can cause small cracks to form across your asphalt surface. Driveway cracks that are a quarter-inch or less can be easily repaired, so be proactive and reach out to us to fill those cracks before moisture seeps into the base beneath the pavement.