If you have a driveway or a parking lot that needs repaired, you probably don’t want to spend the time and money to completely repave it. Well at Mr. Pavement, we have a solution: our asphalt patching repair process. If your damage isn’t severe, our experts can take the steps to repair it quickly so that you can get it back to looking great and back to driving on it.

If you live in an area that gets a lot of rain, you’ve probably noticed some of the flooding and pools that occur when water has nowhere to go. Because of this, many homeowners and townships turn to pavers in order to help drain the excess water and prevent overflow.

These days, it can be a little overwhelming trying to choose the right asphalt paving company – especially if you don’t know much about hardscaping. But at Mr. Pavement, we have the right tools, the right knowledge, and the right attitude to get your project done, and we’ll even explain everything from start to finish. If you’re in the market for a new driveway, walkway, parking lot, patio, or another hardscape, here’s why you should call Mr. Pavement.

These days, the majority of parking lots, driveways, and roadways are paved with asphalt instead of concrete or brick pavers. But why do so many people choose asphalt? Our asphalt driveway paving company is here to share some of the great benefits of the dark, stick material.

At Mr. Pavement, asphalt is our specialty, and we know there are certain things that must be done to keep it in good, strong shape. We recommend assessing your asphalt driveway, walkway, or parking lot every season to make sure it’s not in need of repair or replacement.

When it comes to driveways, there are many terms floating around that can cause confusion – replacing, repairing, patching, sealcoating, lining, resurfacing, and more. When a homeowner experiences a damaged driveway, many aren’t sure whether they should replace, repair, patch, or resurface it. In this blog, our asphalt driveway resurfacing company will explain when is a good time to resurface your driveway.

Whether your driveway is new or you’ve had a recent asphalt driveway resurfacing, a fresh driveway has a rich, dark, uniform appearance that can make a statement. Over time, though your driveway fades and can be stained with things like oil or grease. Here are a few ways you can get these stains out using household items.

The cold temperatures of winter are finally gone and we’re starting to see some nice warm days. At Mr. Pavement, that means it’s time to start sealcoating some driveways! If it’s been a few years since you’ve invested in an asphalt driveway sealcoating or if your driveway is simply looking drab, spring (particularly May) is a great time to give it back that luster and protection from the upcoming summer UV rays.

Ever wonder why water doesn’t seem to collect on a flat road? Or in a parking lot? Or on a driveway? Standing water can be a damaging element to paved surfaces, so it’s very important to choose a paving company that understands drainage and why it’s a necessity.

These days, the majority of homeowners opt for an asphalt driveway. When compared to other materials (like concrete, gravel, or stone), asphalt is affordable, durable, and long-lasting, which makes it a good choice. Like any driveway material, however, asphalt undergoes lots of wear and can start to break down after many years.

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