Having your driveway resealed isn’t as big a job as, say, having your kitchen remodeled. But like any home improvement project, it helps to have as much information as possible early on.
That’s why we want to use this blog post to try to answer a few of the most common questions we get from homeowners about asphalt driveway sealcoating. Read on to learn the whys, hows and whens of resealing your driveway. Continue reading "An Asphalt Driveway Sealcoating Guide for Homeowners"
Everyone has their arch-enemy. Batman and the Joker. The Lakers and the Celtics. Coke and Pepsi.
Even in the driveway crack sealer world, you’ll find a different kind of rivalry: Water vs. asphalt. We’d argue that water is perhaps the worst thing that can happen to asphalt. Consider this:
- When water gets into cracks in the asphalt, it can erode the foundation
- When water freezes and thaws it forms potholes
- When cracks in the asphalt get big enough, dirt can collect and allow weeds to grow
If you have noticed cracks forming in your asphalt, you’re going need driveway crack sealer. Fixing cracks with a hot rubberized driveway crack sealer before they can turn into potholes is one of the wisest things you can do for your property, saving you money by extending the life of your asphalt.
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