If you are looking to have a new driveway installed, you may find yourself torn between a traditional concrete driveway or a paver driveway. Paver driveways have increased in popularity, but that does not mean that they are always the right option for everyone. Here are a few of the benefits that a traditional concrete driveway has over a paver driveway.
One of the biggest differences between concrete driveways and paver driveways is the cost.
Asphalt sealcoating extends the life of your asphalt surface and enhances the aesthetics of your pavement or driveway. During this process, a paving contractor applies a coal tar emulsion to protect your asphalt surface against damaging elements such as vehicle fluids or temperature fluctuations.
To further understand the importance of asphalt sealing, check out the three frequently asked questions about the sealcoating process.
Why Should You Sealcoat an Asphalt Pavement?