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How Wide Should a Driveway Be? (The Ultimate Sizing Guide)

Ever wondered, “how wide should a driveway be?” You’re not alone. A well-designed driveway is crucial for both aesthetics and functionality. But determining the perfect width can be tricky. In this post, we’ll delve into the complexities of determining the ideal width for single-car drives, double-car drives, circular driveways and more in order to create

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How to Quickly Diagnose 5 Main Asphalt Problems

Asphalt is the most popular materials for roads, driveways, and parking lots, and for good reason. It is inexpensive, easy to maintain, and has a service life of 20-25 years. What’s more, asphalt provides a smooth, finished appearance on which painted markings are easily visible. Well-maintained asphalt is a valuable asset to your commercial or

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Asphalt vs Concrete Driveway: Cost, Maintenance, and Other Factors

The Great Debate: Should You Get an Asphalt or Concrete Driveway? So you have an ugly old, cracked driveway. After being pestered to get it fixed, it’s time to replace the whole thing. You love the look of concrete, but you’ve heard it’s too expensive, and not the right choice for your location. What do you

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Alligator Cracking In Your Asphalt? No Fear! Here’s What To Do

Imagine dropping a hard-boiled egg. Now, imagine the scales on the back of an alligator.  They’re pretty similar, right? The underlying surface appears to be intact, but it’s riddled with hairline fractures that damage its appearance.  Look out at your sidewalk, driveway, patio or parking lot. Does it look similar? Though it’s not what anyone expects

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