When was the last time you had your driveway repaired? Is it in pretty rough shape? Does it have spots and cracks on the surface? Resurface Your Driveway
With temperatures dropping in a couple of months, these cracks will expand further, when water gathers through snowing.
It is recommended that you take professional help in repairing your driveway.
If you are looking for asphalt contractors near you.
Atlantic Asphalt Paving provides the best repairing services in and around New Hampshire, especially Derry.
The first step in repairing any driveway is to start by cleaning the cracks and removing all sorts of stuff including weeds, dirt, debris, and algae.
It is amazing to see how easily weeds can grow between the gaps. We try to remove them as cleanly as we can from the cracks.
To clean the dust and dirt, we use a wire brush and stroke it through the cracks; most of the debris accumulated comes off.
To sweep the leaves and provide a deeper cleaning for the cracks, we use a leaf blower which is quick and efficient, especially in cleaning smaller cracks.
To remove algae, we apply a mixture of bleach and water on the affected areas and then wash it after ten minutes with clean water; the algae is gone!
Finally, we use a pressure washer to remove any dust particles which may remain.
Before starting with the heavy work, we use an elastomeric crack filler to fill cracks that are half-inch wide or smaller.
Once the filler is in place, we use a putty knife to spread it the mix and to make your surface as plain as we can.
Our professional staff, with the help of this product, does a terrific job in filling these smaller cracks.
To repair the eroded areas, we use a paste-like trowel grade crack filler which makes those eroded areas as good as new.
The key is to use a putty knife to distribute the material evenly in the eroded areas and then to use a trowel to smooth it out as well as blend the edges.
We also use this filler to fill bigger cracks, that is, cracks which are larger than half an inch.
We take special care in removing oil stains off your driveway before repairing it.
The trick is to first use a degreaser on the affected area and then use a sealer which dry cleans itself, leaving behind an area like it was before that oil stain!
We use asphalt with polymers which gives it the ability to stick well on the surface.
It also has sand which is good for driveways as it provides fraction for the tires.
We start by doing the edges first and then using a squeegee, we spread it on the whole driveway.
The technique used here is quite complex, but our professional staff does not leave any stones unturned while providing the best service!