FAQ’s

Asphalt is an engineered mixture of aggregate (stones and sand) with liquid asphalt cement.

Asphalt is easy to maintain and costs less than using a paver or concrete. It also is quick to install, offers various amounts of usability, and is super durable.

Some paving can be completed in rain, but in most cases, it isn’t recommended to pave in the rain.

Potholes form by water seeping in below the asphalt, then going through a freeze-thaw cycle, and from the pressure of vehicles or traffic above it.

Asphalt Milling is the process of removing a specific area on an asphalt surface to repair damage and carry out an overlay.

Just like most products, regular maintenance will prolong the lifespan of your asphalt. Seal coating, asphalt patching, and crack filling are ways to make your product last longer.

Often you’ll see asphalt look different in different areas. This is normal for asphalt and in most cases, the appearance of the product will change over time. Our finishers will minimalize the differences and always make sure the integrity of the product is there.