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Asphalt Paving Blog

When Should You Sealcoat or Repave Your Asphalt Driveway?

Posted by Sean Wolf on Feb 7, 2017

This post originally published in 2013 and has been recently updated.

As a homeowner, you understand the importance of maintaining your property, including your driveway. Taking care of your driveway isn’t always the easiest thing. You have to know when to seal coat it or when to have it repaved.

But when is the right time? And how do you go about maintaining and repairing a driveway?

Wolf Paving Q+A on Mr. Fix-It – Tree Roots and How To Expand A Driveway

Posted by Sean Wolf on Nov 9, 2016

The asphalt paving contractors near you at Wolf Paving were featured on WTMJ's "Mr. Fit-It" radio show for a one-hour interview with Milwaukee's own Tom Feiza. The program offers weekly advice on home improvements and repair, and do-it-yourself projects. 

Protecting and Prolonging Your Asphalt Driveway

Posted by Sean Wolf on Jun 8, 2016

If you are having a new  driveway installed, keep in mind that asphalt pavement is economical, durable, low maintenance and eco-friendly. In fact, asphalt can be installed in about half the time of concrete and for much less cost and has many additional attributes, including:

Asphalt Driveway Curb Appeal Improvement Tips for Homesellers

Posted by Sean Wolf on May 18, 2016

Spring and summer in Wisconsin the most popular time to buy or sell a home. When you are getting your home ready to list, one of the first things you need to consider is the curb appeal. If your home appeals to buyers from the minute they turn down your street, you will be ready for a quick (and profitable) sale. 

Advantages of Asphalt Paving Over Concrete Driveways

Posted by Sean Wolf on Apr 6, 2016

The majority of commercial and residential driveways are finished with one of the two most cost-effective materials on the market: asphalt or concrete. If you're paving a new driveway or refinishing an existing one and you're wondering about the relative benefits of these common options, asphalt has many benefits beyond its price — which is typically 30 to 40 percent less than concrete.