Both asphalt and concrete have their fair share of pros and cons. One of the many advantages of using asphalt is that it doesn’t require frequent repairs and is why it’s a winner in our books!
Asphalt pavement consists of using a mixture of crushed rock, cement, and sand, which are all collectively heated before being dumped onto the roadbed. Asphalt takes precedence over concrete simply because, with asphalt, there are fewer cracks, chips, and surface color fading issues.
So with asphalt, you can be confident your sidewalks, driveways, and roads will last for several years without requiring extensive repair. This is why we at Straight Edge always recommend our clients to go for asphalt. It is highly resistant to the weight of heavy trucks and cars, requires very minimal repair, and immediately amps up your driveways’, parking lots,’ and sidewalks’ appearance!
A dull, faded, and downright crumbled driveway is no way to welcome your guests, or yourself, home. Asphalt secures your residential property by ensuring your driveway and roads are protected from water seepage, potholes, and large bothersome cracks. With its lusciously black texture, your driveways and roads will look instantly inviting and enhance your property’s overall appeal!