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We hope the following information will be helpful to you. It is intended to answer most of the common questions you may
have with regards to your asphalt driveway.
With design and water control in mind, your project will be finished graded with all the necessary culverts or water flow angles making
for a beautiful, long lasting asphalt road and driveway. A Class II base Material is then spread on your sub-base and compacted. The
amount of compacted base will be determined by the stability of your sub-base and the type of traffic expected. Asphalt surfaces are
only as good as the sub-base it is place on. If asphalt is placed on an unstable surface without the proper placement and compaction of
base material, your road or driveway will likely fail before its time.
Just What is Hot Mix Asphalt?
It*s an engineered mixture of aggregate, or stones and sand, with liquid asphalt cement, a petroleum product. Varying sizes of
aggregates are heated, then mixed, in exact proportions, with asphalt cement that has been liquefied at about 300 degrees. While the
mixture is still hot, it is delivered to your driveway and paved on top of a base or subgrade that has already been prepared and
compacted. Very soon after paving, the mixture cools and hardens and you can drive on it right away.
We have worked with many Homeowners Associations to build new roads in their community and also with others to maintain existing
road. If you can arrange with neighbors to have all your the driveways in your neighborhood paved or maintained at the same time, by
the same contractor, savings will result for all owners because that gives a paving contractor economies of scale. These are some types
of projects we have Coordinated, in our community:
*New road and driveway design and installation.
*Repair and overlay asphalt roads and driveways.
*Petromat overlays to restore deteriorating asphalt roads.
*Placement of sealcoat to prolong the life and appearance of asphalt.