Asphalt Paving Blog

3 Best Practice Tips For New Driveway Installation

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Apr 28, 2015

Deciding on a surface for your new driveway can be difficult because there are many variables to consider. Options such as asphalt, concrete and interlocking pavers are available – all with very different aesthetic and performance qualities. For a new driveway installation you should consider the proper time to install the driveway, the durability of the surface material and the proper method of installation.

5 Surprisingly Green Facts You Didn’t Know About Asphalt Pavement

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Mar 17, 2015

You might be surprised to learn that asphalt pavement is a ‘green’ paving solution. No, we aren’t just jumping on the St. Patrick’s Day bandwagon; asphalt pavement really is an environmentally friendly, green paving solution that provides many benefits to the local flora, fauna and water table.

Residential Asphalt Driveway Repair and Repave Done Right - Wolf Paving (Case Study)

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Nov 18, 2014

In the summer of 2014, Rick Sparks from Fall River contacted Wolf Paving to demolish his existing driveway and install a new driveway that better met his needs. Rick had recently installed a new retaining wall and wanted the paved surface to extend to the wall. He also wanted the edges of his driveway straightened.

3 Reasons To Choose Asphalt For New Home Driveway Construction

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Jul 15, 2014

There are many decisions to be made and factors to consider when building or purchasing a newly constructed home. During the construction process, driveway features are oftentimes overlooked but typically the first impression a visitor or prospective buyer will notice about a home. Choosing what type of driveway can be a big decision that impacts the overall curb appeal of the home and functionality of exterior space. Options such as asphalt, concrete and interlocking pavers are available – all with very different aesthetic and performance qualities. Geographic location can play a significant role when deciding what material is best for new driveway construction – especially if you live in cold or wet climates. Here are 3 reasons why asphalt is the best option for home-builders or buyers in the Midwest:

6 Key Considerations For Driveway Construction and Repair

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Jul 8, 2014

The appearance of your driveway creates the first impression for your home or place of business. As the focal point for passersby’s and visitors, an attractive driveway with curb appeal adds value to your investment. When planning for driveway construction or repair, it is important to pay attention to several factors that relate to both design and function. Here are 6 key considerations when beginning any driveway repair or construction project.