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Installing Pavers Next to Existing Asphalt Driveway

Recently, we saw in someone’s yard, a newly installed area (about 8’ x 2.5’) of pavers with sand joints, that had been installed alongside an existing asphalt driveway. Unfortunately for the homeowner, it was poor construction. Using pavers along side a driveway can be a great solution for many reasons, such as adding more space […]

How to Install an Asphalt Pavement Edge

We were recently asked by a homeowner how to finish the edge of an asphalt driveway. If you are repairing part of your asphalt pavement and the repair involves the edge of the pavement, there is a correct way to finish the edge to help keep it structurally strong and durable. Unlike concrete, where forms […]

Patching an Asphalt Driveway

Extend the life of your asphalt driveway with regular maintenance. Patch holes and repair minor deteriorations in your asphalt driveway yourself to save money. Making these minor repairs is a fairly easy job, and keeping behind maintenance repairs like this will help extend the life of an asphalt driveway. The main structural component of an […]

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