An asphalt driveway provides many attractive benefits for many homeowners. Asphalt is affordable for starters, and after installation, you can typically drive on it within 72 hours. This durable driveway option can stand up to weather and both vehicle and foot traffic. But asphalt is not entirely immune to wear.
A common problem with asphalt driveways is that they break loose at the edges and crumble. Homeowners’ bad habits such as driving off the side of the driveway can advance the deterioration of your edges, causing them to fall away in places.
In today’s blog, we’ll help you understand what edging is, why it’s vital to your asphalt driveway, and some ways you can extend the life of your asphalt driveway. We’ll also provide you with helpful tips for repairing the asphalt to prevent further damage along the edge. Continue reading “Asphalt Driveway Repair: How to Restore Your Crumbling Edge”