When your asphalt is severely damaged, hard to drive on, or just plain unsightly, that’s when you call an asphalt contractor. While it might seem like something you can post-pone with little consequence, that is far from the truth. With the cold winter approaching, asphalt that is already cracked and damaged will have a hard time maintaining it’s strength and integrity when the spring comes. During the winter, water can easily seep into existing cracks, freeze, expand, and severely damage your asphalt, causing potholes and larger cracks to appear. Now is a great time to get in contact with us to fix your pavement up for the upcoming winter months.
For larger pavement that needs resurfaced like the photos below, we utilize a milling machine to keep everything going as efficiently as possible. We use this machine to remove the top layer of asphalt which is already damaged, then apply a layer of tack to bond the new asphalt, then we finally apply the new asphalt and sometimes apply sealcoating. The process for smaller driveways is similar, however is done without a milling machine unless the driveway is large enough.