We get a lot of questions. Over the years we tend to find a simple answer to us is a question that gets asked a lot. This is a small area in which maybe you can get the answer before hand. Also a few tips in here too. We hope you find this useful.
Q: How do I know when my driveway should be sealcoated?
A: Your driveway should be sealed within the first year and every 2-3 year after.
Q: Do I need to do anything to the edges of my new driveway?
A: Yes, you must put topsoil and seed against edges to keep water from getting under driveway.
Q: I am having alot of work done at my house, should I have driveway done first?
A: NO! The driveway is the very last thing to be completed on your projects.
Q: When is the best time to get my driveway installed?
A: Anytime from Spring to Fall, but during the the Summer you may need to stay off the driveway for additional
days to give it more time to cure.
Q: How long until I can drive on my driveway?
A: Depending on the season, generally 3-7 days.
Q: Can I walk on my new driveway?
A: Yes, but you should be careful not to track tar and oil into house
Here are some tips: Did you know?
- That the stone sub base is as important as the paving course.
- That back filling your edges with topsoil is very important to prevent the edges from cracking.
- That sealcoating is good preventing maintenance when properly applied.
- That preventing maintenance on your driveway is important, crack fill, sealcoat, and general cleaning.