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Asphalt Paving Blog

Why Sealcoating Asphalt is Essential

Posted by Sean Wolf on May 11, 2018

Asphalt leaves your pavement with a strikingly black color that greatly contributes to the overall beauty and value of your property. Unfortunately, this beautiful dark color only lasts a short time, as weather and heavy use begin to take its toll and eventually render it a concrete-gray.

Learn About The Effects of Spring Rain on Asphalt Parking Lots

Posted by Sean Wolf on Apr 14, 2018

April showers might bring more than May flowers if you (and your asphalt) aren't prepared.

Asphalt Pavement Spring Maintenance Checklist

Posted by Sean Wolf on Mar 28, 2018

Asphalt pavement can provide many years of service and durability if it is properly maintained. As the weather warms and the snow begins to melt, it is a good idea to walk the surface of your asphalt pavement to examine any changes or problems areas.

The Best Offense And The Best Defense for Asphalt Pavement: It's Asphalt Madness!

Posted by Sean Wolf on Mar 13, 2018

At Wolf Paving, we love asphalt paving. But during this time of the year, we love basketball! It only made sense to connect the two for this year's Wolf Paving Asphalt Madness!

Cold Mix Asphalt: The Perfect Solution For Municipal Street Pothole Patching and Repairs

Posted by Sean Wolf on Feb 22, 2018

Wisconsin roads take a beating. Wear and tear from heavy traffic and weather often leave streets and highways with cracks and potholes. With the drastic fluctuations in temperature and weather conditions, even the smallest breach can open roadways to future damage and costly repairs. Most damage appears in late winter or early spring as a result of the constant freezing and melting, which weakens pavement. Typically, you’ll want to address the problem right away because small cracks and holes are relatively easy to repair. When cracks and potholes are left season after season without attention, not only do they become larger, they can also cause serious damage to the structural integrity of the sub base. To avoid costly repairs and future headaches, damages should be dealt with immediately.