One of the most common materials for laying a new driveway is asphalt. It's cheap, durable and looks good. If you are the owner of an asphalt driveway, you probably don't have a lot of complaints. However, one thing that asphalt suffers from more than alternative materials for a driveway, like concrete and bricks, is cracks. Pits and cracks usually appear on the asphalt after a couple of years and can be dangerous if not fixed.
12 October 2018
Driveways, whether made of gravel, bricks, or asphalt are a welcome addition to a home's landscaped features. With proper maintenance, a well designed and constructed driveway can last for years without needing replacement. However, to achieve such a long lifespan, the paving procedures should be meticulous, including a stable foundation using road stabilisation for the pavement to be laid on. Therefore, care should be taken when preparing pavement layers. This article is a guide for homeowners when paving their driveways.
9 February 2018