Colorado’s extreme climate can cause heavy wear and tear on asphalt driveways. Water freezes and melts, expanding and contracting, causing tiny cracks to become big ones as the years go by.
It’s important to seal and repair cracked driveways sooner rather than later to minimize damage. Improve your home’s curb appeal and increase the life of your driveway by following these asphalt crack repair steps:
Sealing your driveway doesn’t remove bumps or ripples. Driveway sealing conforms to ripples and bumps with a thin layer of liquid sealant.
Debris will remain on your driveway while power washing unless you make sure that all water is moved off and away from the surface.
Hot-applied crack filler tends to last longer than cold-applied crack filler, but can be harder to use correctly.