Frequently Asked Questions
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On new asphalt, we recommend staying off for 2-3 days, depending on the weather. This will give the surface time to cool and harden. On a newly seal-coated surface, we recommend a 24-hour cure time before opening the surface up for traffic.
This depends on the frequency of use and the expected loads to be placed on the surface. For residential driveways, in most instances 2.5 inches of compacted Bituminous is sufficient.
With proper design, installation, and proper maintenance, you can expect 15 to 20 years out of your asphalt. Proper maintenance would entail regular crack fill and seal coating, and at least one corrective overlay in a 20 year time span.
We recommend this application, as it will help prevent damage to pavement due to organic growth.
You can put asphalt pavement over concrete, with the understanding that reflective cracking may occur. This means that, as the concrete underneath cracks, it is possible that the asphalt will as well.
We recommend sealing 90 days after completing installation of the new surface.
Annual preventative maintenance is crack filling as new cracks appear. You should expect to seal coat every 2 to 3 years depending on the traffic and the condition of the surface.
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