PROTECT YOUR DRIVEWAY & PARKING LOT WITH ASPHALT
Winter is, without a doubt, the most damaging season on an evenly paved surface. The freeze-thaw process is not pleasant for any solid substance, and anything weaker than solid pavement can expect to be absolutely ravaged by the winter cold; sometimes even shattering altogether.
One way in which to delay the effects of ice on your hard surfaces is to pave them with asphalt. This must be done in due time. If you wait too long and the ground gets too close to freezing temperatures, then the pavement process will not be as effective or not even possible until next spring.
It’s important to note that pavement, for all its toughness, is not immune to damage itself; and can suffer significant wear and tear throughout winter. This will be all the more pronounced if there are cracks or potholes in the ground to begin with. Have your asphalt repaired or repaved if necessary to save you money long term.
Asphalt Paving Must Be Done Before Freezing Temperatures Hit