Winter Can Be Rough On Your Pavement
Unfortunately, spring comes with a lot of potential problems that could cause damage to your pavement, so it’s important to prepare yourself with knowledge.
Spring is HERE! What does that mean for your pavement? Unfortunately, spring comes with a lot of potential problems that could cause damage to your pavement, so it’s important to prepare yourself with knowledge. In order to properly prepare for spring, you’ll need to read a few of the following tips and tricks. Read on to find out what spring can do to your pavement, and what you can do to prevent damage.
Conduct an Examination
The best way to figure out if your pavement is prepared for spring is to start off by inspecting it for damages. Potholes, cracks, and erosion are only going to get worse with spring’s frequent rainstorms. You should also be wary of cracks because plants or weeds could start to grow when the weather gets warmer. In order to make sure your pavement is properly inspected, invest in a professional to take a look.
Concerned about your worn, tired pavement? Spring will not be forgiving. Pavement needs to be seal coated, preferably every season, but especially before spring. Seal coating prevents moisture from damaging the pavement’s foundation, which could end up causing cracks, or even sinkholes. Prevent these defects by having your pavement seal coated.
If you want to protect your driveway or parking lot and ensure it has a long lifespan, choose Bradley's Paving for your seal coating and asphalt needs. We offer commercial and residential concrete, asphalt installation, repair, and paving throughout Dallas - Fort Worth and Kansas City. If you are interested in hearing how we can help you, contact us online or give us a call at (972) 827-7463. For more tips and tricks, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Instagram.