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How to Sealcoat Your Asphalt

Sealcoating your asphalt can give the slab a new lease on life. That is, sealcoating won't completely restore your asphalt and make it as strong as new asphalt, but it will make it look new and cover many of the blemishes, cracks, and voids. Some people use sealcoat too liberally, without first patching and repairing the damaged areas of the existing asphalt. This art

How To Use Cold Formula Asphalt Patch

Asphalt repair is much easier than you probably think it is. If you had ever seen how asphalt is originally poured, using hot formula and heavy duty mixing devices, you will be surprised how easy it is to repair asphalt on a smaller scale. Most asphalt repairs on your property will be relatively minor and much more manageable. Asphalt is going to crack, chip, crater,

How To Create Rolling Bumps In Your Driveway (And Why)

You have a driveway, like most homeowners. If you are fortunate, it is also paved. That is all fine and good, but maybe you also have a teenager learning to drive. That is a scary thing indeed. Fortunately for you, you can create your very own rolling speed bumps. The bumps will remind your teen to slow down and look around as he or she pulls in and out of the drivewa

Driveway Looking Run Down? Why You Should Have It Sealcoated

When you think about the beating that your driveway takes on a daily basis, it's no wonder that it can begin to look rather run down. There's the oil and other fluids which leak from your cars, the intense pounding of the sun's rays and the moisture build-up that can happen when there is excessive rain. The driveway may start to look so bad that you believe you have n

3 Smart Ways To Protect Your Pavement This Winter

Winter is one of the harshest seasons on your pavement. It can be really damaging to your driveway if you don't prepare and take care of your pavement correctly during the winter time. Seal Your Pavement Before winter arrives, you should seal your pavement. You need it well above freezing in order to seal your pavement, so this is a task that should really be complete