Sure, it’s the stuff that covers your driveway and the roads that you use, and all the parking lots of your local stores, but there are things about asphalt that you probably don’t know, like the fact that asphalt plants generally don’t create any waste water. Here are a few other fun facts about the material our asphalt driveway paving company is so familiar with.
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.
Do you have an asphalt area that has undergone some damage? If you’re considering either patching the area or resurfacing it, our paving company blog can help. This week, we’re discussing the differences between patching your asphalt and resurfacing it – and which is best for you.