Asphalt paving deteriorates over a while. But some tips can be used to prevent it from deteriorating fast. Information can be found here.
Adjusts local issues
When the surface has weakened and begins to form potholes, patching is typically sufficient. To get the best results for road smoothness or drainage, we recommend surface milling. See here for information about Benefits of Sealcoating.
When the base (foundation) has weakened, stress cracks often show up. To ensure best results, the pavement should be taken away, the foundation looked at for thorough soundness, and then the surface replaced completely.
It Helps with water penetration and sun drying (oxidation)
Clinches the pavement to disable water penetration from the foundation
Due to seasonal change, asphalt enlarges and shrinks, and thermal cracking can happen
Cracksealing is a sealant that goes on after corners and edges are routed for optimum hold
Asphalt emulsion sealcoats are a cost effective way to preserve and darken the surface of your pavement providing a cleaner, newer look. Yet, emulsion sealcoats are less durable and require more frequent applications.
Chipsealing is best for industrial properties and roadway pavements. This process uses a layer of asphalt emulsion covered by aggregates to form a new surface. Additionally, for commercial properties, an asphalt emulsion sealcoat can be used over the top of the chipseal.
Helps fight against oxidation and water penetration with a strengthened, durable, smooth surface.