Asphalt Paving Blog

Bringing Personal Care to Every Project – Including United Way Volunteering

Posted by Jacob Mrugacz on Dec 9, 2020

A bottle of shampoo, a toothbrush and a new pair of socks might not seem like much. But when you’re living through tough times, simple things can make all the difference.

Asphalt Paving: How Technology Has Changed the Way We Pave

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Sep 23, 2020

Advancing technology plays an important role in everyday life. From phones and televisions, to kitchen appliances and vehicles — we all use technology and often seek out the latest and greatest models.

What Type of Asphalt Mix is Right For Your Project?

Posted by Jacob Mrugacz on Sep 14, 2020

Contractors in the Wisconsin area have long-known that Wolf Paving is among the best sources for asphalt in the state, and one of the reasons for that is our extensive line of custom asphalt mixes. We have over 75 years of experience in asphalt mixing, and much of that has gone into ensuring we have the right mix for every occasion.

Why It's Better To Remove A Concrete Driveway Before Laying Asphalt

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Jul 24, 2020

One question we often hear at Wolf Paving has to do with driveway replacement:

“Should I lay new asphalt over an old concrete driveway?”

Identifying and Repairing Asphalt: Types Of Pavement Damage

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Jul 6, 2020

Your asphalt is going to see a lot of use; and regular maintenance will help it last longer, make your property safer and worth more. Regularly inspecting your asphalt and identifying and repairing cracks, divots, and rutting can greatly extend your pavement's useful life. When asphalt driveways, roads, parking lots and trails are properly maintained, they have a useful life between 15 and 20 years. When they are not properly maintained, the surface will start to deteriorate within 3 to 5 years visibly.