Asphalt Paving Blog

Advantages of Asphalt Driveways Over Concrete Driveways

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Aug 7, 2017

The majority of commercial and residential driveways are finished with either asphalt or concrete. Both are cost-effective, but asphalt comes with more benefits. If you're paving a new driveway or refinishing an existing one you're probably wondering about the relative benefits of asphalt over concrete. 

An Educational Paving Project by Wolf Paving - CASE STUDY

Posted by J. Mrugacz on May 15, 2012

The driveway tends to be the first thing seen when arriving to a home. For this very reason, having a nice looking driveway is important. This is something Buck Houston understood when considering having his 200-foot long driveway repaved and expanded.

Making Asphalt Driveway Designs Beautiful

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Aug 12, 2011

Whether you're building a new home and considering various driveway configurations or resurfacing an existing driveway, the design you choose can add a great deal of curb appeal and property value to your home or business. A little creativity goes a long way, and with that in mind, here are some ideas for driveway designs that can add character to your property:

Sealcoating Your Driveway - Tips and Benefits

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Jun 3, 2011

With warmer weather comes maintenance and repairs to parking lots and driveways. Sealcoating your parking lot or driveway is an easy way to extend the life of the asphalt and improve the curb appeal of your property - saving you money in the long run.

A properly installed, quality sealcoat product will protect the asphalt from fuel, oil, weather and traffic wear. If sealcoating is avoided, cracks can start forming in the asphalt, which then leads to potholes.

Sealcoating Your Asphalt Driveway - An Overview

Posted by Jeff Coon on Apr 28, 2011

It's getting to be that time of the year again, time to sealcoat your driveway. After the wear and tear from the winter weather, your driveway needs some attention. Cracks begin appearing in your asphalt driveway and need repairing. If these cracks are not filled, they will soon widen and deepen allowing water into the base, damaging the load capacity, which can lead to the need for a new driveway. In order to avoid damage like this, a "protective-coating" must be put in place. This is where sealcoating comes into play.