The average lifespan of an asphalt surface is 20 years with proper maintenance. But sometimes it's difficult to know when you're ready toor parking lot. Likewise, it may not always be obvious when you have a window of opportunity to resurface.
We do our best to prolong the life of your asphalt surface. This is why we provide a range of repair and maintenance services.
If the foundation is in good shape, we may recommend resurfacing. As the name suggests, resurfacing means that we only replace the top layer of asphalt. That way, you're able to remove any damaged pavement but leave the base intact.
Call us as soon as possible if you suspect your pavement needs resurfacing. The longer you wait, the less likely we'll be able to repair your parking lot or driveway. Once the foundation has damage, you'll have to replace everything.
At some point, your asphalt driveway or parking lot will need to be completely replaced. When this happens, you can depend on us to install long-lasting asphalt pavement.
Constant asphalt repairs can wreak havoc on your budget. That's why it may be more cost-effective in the long run to replace your parking lot or driveway. But if you do decide to replace your parking lot, you'll need to factor in the.
You should also arrange for parking at another location until your parking lot is ready. We have a blog post that explains how to close your parking lot for asphalt paving. This will help reduce any confusion from residents, employees, and customers.
As an asphalt paving contractor, we'll work with your schedule as much as possible. That way, we don't disrupt your business any more than we have to while replacing your parking lot.
If you're replacing your driveway, be sure to check out our blog post on when it's time for replacement.
Still aren't sure what to do with your asphalt pavement? As an asphalt contractor, we'd be more than happy to inspect your parking lot or driveway. From there, we'll be able to recommend a plan of action.
This blog post has been updated.