We recommend waiting 24 hours after sealing the driveway and 48 hours after paving the driveway before you put any vehicles on it.
Sealcoating your driveway should be done every 2-3 years.
Three inches is the typical asphalt driveway depth. Driveways can be done in two layers and up to five inches thick in needed. If someone were to have a home business where they have larger vehicles on the driveway that may require more thickness than the typical driveway. We will evaluate the driveway with the customer and come up with the best option.
Most sinkholes are from underground water or stump hole areas where trees had been removed. They are not difficult to fix but no one knows if the hole if finished sinking. We can fix them but it is possible they could come back over time.
Yes, but concrete is a good option in certain scenarios. With an on site visit we can determine what works best.
Yes, sealer coats the driveway and protects against oxidation from the sun, water penetration and accidental spills of Petrolium products. The other benefit is that a newly sealed driveway makes the driveway looks brand new.
You should look to make sure your Asphalt contractor is licenced and insured. Most "knock on the door contractors" are not licenced and insured and can cause major problems if accidents happen on your property!
The trick to paving with no seams is having all the asphalt on site when the job starts. When paving larger driveways we own 6 full size dump trucks and can bring over 100 tons at one time.