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Asphalt Paving Blog

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.

The Complete 7-Step Process for Asphalt Pavement Installation

Posted by J. Mrugacz on May 11, 2020

It’s never too late to learn something new, and when it comes to asphalt pavement installation, there are many things that homeowners, commercial property owners, and municipality employees may not be aware of. 

Learn the Effects Snowy Weather has on Asphalt Pavement

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Dec 13, 2019

Beneath the layers of snow, ice, and salt on your asphalt surface what will you find?

Will it look like new, or could you find crumbling, cracks, and potholes? Are you concerned about your asphalt pavement surface and the effect of winter taking a toll on the structural integrity and longevity of your investment?

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!

Smooth Asphalt Pavement Saves You Money

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Aug 9, 2019

With the rough vehicle fuel economy, people are trying to cut back on driving. This is easier said than done. Here's some good news though, and it may make you rethink how you feel about road construction. Smooth pavement lowers a vehicle's fuel consumption and extends the life of the road by minimizing tire bounce and load impacts - which adds up to cost savings for you in the end.