Asphalt Paving Blog

3 Variables to Consider When Determining Asphalt Paving Costs

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Oct 31, 2018

“How much is this going to cost me?”

This is, of course, one of the most-asked questions we get here at Wolf Paving. We understand the reasons why and would love to be able to give a simple response. However, every paving project is different and only rough estimates can be given until all the variables of each particular project are considered.

Here are a few of the most influential variables that can affect asphalt paving costs.

How to Manage Asphalt Driveway Repair When the Driveway Meets the Road

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Sep 9, 2015

When John wanted to invest in a new residential asphalt driveway, he had to consider existing pavement structures and municipal regulations before he could get started.

5 Bumpy Challenges Of Asphalt Paving Projects

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Feb 14, 2014

Depending on the size and scope of a project, an asphalt paving project can be quick and easy. In some circumstances, an entire job can be completed in a single day. However, complications can easily arise, especially if the contractor you choose isn't prepared. So, we've got five areas to consider and inquire into, when choosing a contractor. Their ability to anticipate and handle these challenges will determine whether they are the right choice.

4 Things to Know About an Asphalt Driveway Installation

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Jan 7, 2014

All told, a new asphalt driveway installation is a remarkably easy process for most homeowners.  At most, the work only takes a couple days, and most of the time it can be done in a single day.  That said, like any home renovation project, it’s still a major undertaking that deserves thought and care. 

If you’re thinking about a new asphalt driveway installation, we’ve got some general tips and information to keep in mind. Remember these tips, and you’ll have a much easier time completing your new asphalt installation!

The Revolution of Pavement Starting at Route 66

Posted by Monica Madsen on Feb 17, 2012

Have you ever wondered what the first paved road was like? Route 66 is not the same as it was when the highway was built in the 1930s. With highways and paving, transportation and people’s lives were revolutionized during the 1930s and 1940s.