Asphalt Paving Blog

How to Remove Tough Stains from Your Asphalt Driveway

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Mar 6, 2019

Here in Wisconsin, we know how important it is to get repairs and maintenance done before the winter weather hits. Once the snows start falling, it's virtually impossible to do any outside work, especially once the temperatures head below zero.

What to Do When You See Alligator Cracking in Asphalt

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Jul 27, 2016

Fatigue cracking, which is also known as ‘alligator’ or ‘crocodile’ cracking, is one of the most common ways that asphalt pavement can deteriorate over time. The cracking patterns caused are extremely distinctive and resemble the scales on a reptile's back or the cracking you'd see if you dropped a hard-boiled egg.

4 Extreme Weather Conditions To Be Aware Of To Prolong The Life Of Asphalt Pavement

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Feb 3, 2015

In the winter months, it seems like the same thing each week: freeze, thaw and repeat. As the temperature fluctuates outside, have you ever wondered what that means for your asphalt pavement? Many external forces, including the weather, can affect asphalt; here are a few things to consider.

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.

Prolong the Life of Your Asphalt with Sealcoating

Posted by J. Mrugacz on May 6, 2014

Pavement doesn’t necessarily fail and tell you that it is time for replacement.  It may very well have been paved on an excellent base and paved with excellent materials and workmanship. Now that time has passed, the surface of the pavement has aged due to the effects of normal weather and while it may function well, it may not be in cosmetically great condition.

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