Over time, asphalt can lose integrity. Therefore, it is important to think about your long-term options for improvement. Simply because a parking lot is showing wear and tear, serious cracking, or standing water does not necessarily mean it needs to be replaced. Not to be confused with seal coating, resurfacing a driveway or parking lot adds an additional layer of asphalt over the older one. By overlaying new asphalt you can extend the lifespan and rejuvenate older driveways and parking lots. All existing damages to the old pavement such as cracks, soft spots, holes may need to be repaired before the resurfacing.

In some cases, such as a considerable structural damage, resurfacing may not be your best choice, so it is important to consult Apex's paving experts on the most effective solution for your case. Apex wants to get you the best value for your money, and is always happy to advise on all options for getting you the best pavement service.




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