Over the years, asphalt driveways can experience a lot of wear and tear – not just from the weight of the vehicles that drive over it, but also from natural elements like ice, snow, sun, and hail. Over time, these elements can dry out your asphalt and you may begin to see cracks or holes in it. If this is the case with your driveway, contact our asphalt driveway repair company.
Many driveways experience cracks along the outer edges or holes in uneven areas. These blemishes are usually easy to fix, but whether you repair your driveway or replace it entirely depends on the amount of damage it has endured. If your driveway is fairly new (less than 20 years old) and only has small cracks (less than ¼”) and/or divots, our experts can easily patch the affected areas and make your driveway as good as new. If it’s undergone more serious damage, however, you may be better off starting fresh with a new asphalt paving.
Set up an appointment today and one of our trained and experienced paving experts will come to your home or business and assess your driveway damage. Once we decide which parts need repaired, we’ll get to work quickly and patch up the areas that need patching. Once your driveway has fully cured, you and your family or guests can enjoy a strong layer of asphalt once again.