Your driveway is often the first thing that guests notice when they come to your home, and a beautifully paved driveway can make a great first impression. But a driveway that’s full of pits, holes, and cracks?
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Even with regular maintenance and repair, the constant exposure to UV rays, sun, salt, snow and extreme weather conditions can cause your driveway to become cracked and damaged.
Tired of every concrete driveway on the block looking identical? Are you considering paving a driveway or walkway at your Victoria residence? Or, maybe it’s time to redo the parking lot at your place of business?
Come the winter months, many a driveway will be impacted by the onslaught of precipitation we get each year. Under the influence of so much rain, tiny cracks can easily become larger fractures or potholes resulting in a need for paving the surface anew. And if it happens to be one those of those years when our local temperature in Victoria regularly drops below the freezing mark, then the damage can be even more severe. Whatever this winter holds in store, there are a number of ways to protect your asphalt from incurring damages.
Sometimes you can’t see the lot for the tires. You drive up and down the same patches of concrete paving almost every day. You get used to it.
Paving contractors in Victoria agree that recycled asphalt driveways offer homeowners a durable and cost effective paving solution. But how do you know if a recycled asphalt driveway is the best choice for your home? If you’re trying to weigh the pros and cons of going with recycled asphalt, then keep reading.
Asphalt vs. Concrete: Which is Better?
When facing a large paving project in Victoria, the first thing you need to take into consideration is the type of material to use. Whether your project is paving residential, commercial or municipal surfaces, you have two options: asphalt or concrete. Many people don’t realize that they have more differences than cost alone.
As spring approaches, many people begin thinking about their outdoor projects. Perhaps one of the things on your to-do list this year is replacing old worn out concrete around your home or business.