Residential Paving

Driveway paving is something that undoubtedly adds value to your property in terms of appearance and physical value. A worm driveway and lawn can devalue a property and make it look extremely unattractive. So why not speak to us, your NY Driveway Paving specialists?

Some of the additional benefits to having your driveway paved as as follows:

    1. If you're driveway is unpaved, this can become especially messy, especially in the winter and rain. You're cars will get dirty frequently and your property simply won't look as attractive and it will be harder to up keep.

    2. There is a less chance of having your car stuck. In the case of heavy rain, or snow, it will be much easier for your car to become stuck. However, with a paved driveway, this wouldn't be a concern.

    3. There are a variety of paving types to suit your needs. These types of paving will depend on your needs for appearance, durability and maintenance. Some of the options are concrete, asphalt, and interlocking.

Concrete Driveways

Among homeowners, you'll find that asphalt and interlocking might be the most common types of paving. Concrete may be slightly harder to keep clean because of it's white color. However, it's benefits lie in its durability. Concrete driveways are known to last the longest. And if concrete is maintained properly, it can continue to look attractive over a long period of time.

Asphalt Driveways

Asphalt paving is the most popular driveway paving type. When freshly done, asphalt will look very attractive and add a lot to a property's appearance. However, in the long run, asphalt may begin to deteriorate and become dull. To prevent this, these types of driveways should be coated with driveway sealer every 2-3 years. Moreover, asphalt driveways will tend to be affected by weather much more than any other paving type. Under extreme heat, they absorb a lot of heat and can sink under pressure from a heavy car, and in extreme cold, they tend to crack.

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