Driveway Maintenance




























Oil spots- if you have a vehicle that may leak oil, try to clean the areas with a degreaser such as simple green and water.


Vegetation- weeds/grass that may grow through small cracks in the pavement can deteriorate your asphalt surface. Weed/grass killing and edging grass over growth can prolong the life of your pavement.


Over Sealing- Sealcoating a residential driveway should only been done once every 3-5 years depending on wear and tear. Over sealing can lead to cracking and flaking of sealer.


Cracks- Crack sealing prevents water from reaching sub base. Most driveway damage in our climate is caused by frost heave from water getting under the pavement. When cracks appear, make sure you address them accordingly. Small cracks lead to larger ones if not properly filled.


Tree roots- If you plan on installing a new driveway, try to cut down and remove any large trees within 5-10 ft of the driveway. Roots will eventually grow causing pavement to shift and crack.


Drainage- Large amounts of water running alongside or under your driveway will cause failure in asphalt. If the base is washed out, asphalt will collapse and break. Sometimes a simple redirection of water from you yard can triple the lifespan of your driveway.


Scams- If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Our quotes are based on doing the job correctly and legally. We are fully licensed and insured. We do not cut any corners when it comes to completing a project. Our sealer is mixed to specification, not overcut with water. As an asphalt maintenance company, we are looking to gain lifetime customers with friendly customer service, unbeatable craftsmanship/material, and guaranteed customer satisfaction. Remember, sometimes the cheapest quote isn’t always the most

reliable one.