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Asphalt Paving Blog

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?”

Asphalt Maintenance Tips - Removing Mulch and Oil Stains

Posted by J. Mrugacz on May 13, 2020

Summer means more than just fun in the sun. It's a time for landscaping and gardening, which means laying down mulch. Now, what does this have to do with asphalt and paving?

7 Sealcoating Facts That Show Cost Savings and Benefits For Your Asphalt Pavement

Posted by Jacob Mrugacz on Oct 17, 2019

Did you know that in only a few hours, a faded, dreary asphalt pavement surface could be restored, almost like new? The magic of sealcoating is real, and we’d love to share the fascinating facts about sealcoating with you!

Five Enemies of Asphalt Pavement And How To Fight Them Off

Posted by Jacob Mrugacz on Sep 13, 2019

Asphalt pavement is a highly durable paving solution for driveways, parking lots and roadways, but it does have its kryptonite. In fact, I’d argue that there are five main enemies of asphalt paving. But don’t fret, for every asphalt enemy there is a Wolf Paving solution that will come to the rescue!

3 Key Things To Do To Keep Your Porous Asphalt Pavement Looking Brand New

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Nov 20, 2018

Porous asphalt is a popular paving choice for many reasons. It's cost efficient, eco friendly and considered an EPA best practice. Porous asphalt pavement has tiny holes that allow water to percolate through it into the soil below. This helps with storm water runoff after a heavy rain. The key to keeping porous asphalt looking new is maintenance. Proper maintenance done on a regular basis will keep the porous asphalt pavement looking and functioning like new for many years.