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When it comes to asphalt paving, Asphalt Maintenance and Paving has seen it all. When we take on your asphalt paving project, we're focused on three main aspects to ensure your project gets done right and on time.
The biggest culprit to pavement failure is water. Standing water along the sides of your pavement allows moisture to soak beneath and saturate your gravel base leaving your pavement vulnerable to heavier vehicles and frost heaves. Get the water away and your pavement will stay!
The asphalt we put down is only as strong as the supporting gravel base it is resting on. Asphalt pavement stacked on a solid, compacted base should leave a 6" to 12" gravel shoulder on each side of the finished asphalt pavement.
Straight edging with a sloped rough outer edge will allow your topsoil to cling and help prevent water from eroding the soil. After the asphalt is rolled and cooled, top soil is placed along all exposed edges and seeded. Once grass is established, your asphalt edges will now be supported from the sides.
Simply put, asphalt pavements fail due to poor drainage, lack of gravel or incorrect edging. So why not let the experts at Asphalt Maintenance and Paving design your asphalt pavement to last you for years and years.