Howard Paving Co. was selected to mill and re-pave the drive-thru and a portion of the parking lot adjacent to customer entry.
Benefits of a driveway seal
Have you ever wondered why pavement sealants work? By forming a water-resistant coating over the pavement, the sealant takes the abuse of Mother Nature, not your pavement. By regularly using a sealant to protect your pavement, you ensure that the driveway remains in top condition. That means the pavement will offer maximum skid resistance, adding safety as another reason to seal your pavement.
One of the great things about having a sealed driveway or parking lot is that it doesn’t require frequent maintenance to continue functioning. After you seal the pavement, you may not have to do it again for another two years or so.
Another benefit of seal coating is that it makes your driveway look new.
Like most construction projects, driveway foundation is very important. The strength of your driveway depends on the foundation. This starts with the sub-grade, which has to be made smooth, firm, and contoured correctly. Our paving experts will make sure this crucial part is flawless, so you can count on your driveway.
An important part of driveway replacement involves the inspection and repair of the sub grade. This way, any issues can be corrected, including the presence of mud, shallow utilities, excessive moisture, or an incorrectly installed sub grade layer.
A freshly paved driveway with a good foundation will look nice for many years. Else, you will know in a few months.
Asphalt has superior qualities
While natural asphalt was utilized for construction projects in the United States in the 1860s, shortly after its introduction, the superior qualities of asphalt were realized, and asphalt soon became high in demand. Barely 30 years later, refined synthetic asphalt had surpassed the use of natural asphalt.
While asphalt use has really taken off in the last century, its use as an adhesive or binder goes back thousands of years. Historical records have it being used for waterproofing, ship caulking, and even as mortar for walls in Babylon.