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Understanding Paving Contractor Services

Hello, my name is Wendy Watterson. Welcome to my website about paving contractors. When I was a first-time homeowner, I was unsure about all of the different ways I could personalize my home. I knew that I did not like the layout of the driveway out front, but I did not know how to address the changes. Thankfully, I contacted a paving contractor who walked me through the renovation process from start to finish. I created this site to help other people gain the knowledge and confidence they need to approach paving renovation jobs. I want to help others personalize their home. Thanks for visiting my site.


How To Repair Potholes In An Asphalt Driveway

29 July 2016
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There are a number of ways that potholes can form in asphalt. For example, if you spill gasoline, oil, or some other petroleum product on your driveway, it can eat away at the tar that holds the pebbles in your driveway together. Once this tar is compromised, the pebbles separate, and a pothole is born. While you can prevent potholes from forming by taking precautions not to spill petroleum products on your driveway, you also need to be prepared to deal with potholes when they form. Read More …

Three Things To Consider When Having A Driveway Created

27 July 2016
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Having your driveway paved can make it much easier to get in and out of the driveway during inclement weather. A dirt and a gravel driveway can get very muddy during a rain storm and having to walk in the mud when you get in and out of your car is not a lot of fun. Having your driveway paved will ensure that your shoes do not become a muddy mess during the next rain store. Read More …

Four Things To Do If You See Alligator Cracks In Your Driveway

20 May 2016
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If you have an asphalt driveway and just noticed a patch of alligator cracks, those crumbly, crisscrossed cracks that tend to occur in clumps, you need to take action fast. Those cracks are an indication that something's gone wrong with the layers of soil underneath the asphalt, and if you leave the cracks alone, they'll only get worse. Here are four steps to take once you see those cracks appear. Read More …

Making Your Driveway A Design Asset

19 April 2016
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As far as home decorating goes, you probably do not even consider your driveway. You may think of it as a boring but necessary part of your property. You can enhance the look of your house if you decide to make your driveway a design asset in addition to being a practical necessity. A little work and a modest sum of money can turn your blah driveway into something special. Read More …

Did You Have A Paint Spill On Your Garage Concrete And Asphalt Driveway? What To Do

19 April 2016
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If you or your spouse was painting around the exterior of the home and got paint inside the garage on the concrete and on your asphalt driveway, you may have to get professional help to undo the problem. Unfortunately, it can be very difficult to get paint off these two surfaces, and both surfaces may need to be coated and treated by the professionals so you don't see the paint any longer. Read More …