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Repair vs. Replace

 

Repair:

Over time, asphalt can lose integrity, but simply because a driveway or parking lot is showing wear and tear, serious cracking, or standing water does not necessarily mean it needs to be replaced. If the surface has become heavily oxidized but the base remains structurally sound, you can choose to have the area repaired.

 

Replacement:

If an asphalt driveway or parking lot is approaching 20 years of age or if 25-35% of the total surface area is in need of substantial repair or removal due to subgrade or other significant damage, it is generally more economical and effective to completely reconstruct the parking lot. After many years spent in the elements, these surfaces just start to fail. Pavement reconstruction is the process of installing both the subgrade asphalt layer as well as the top surface layer.

 

Overlay:

Overlay resurfacing a driveway or parking lot adds an additional layer of asphalt over the older one. This new layer is generally 1.5 – 2 inches in depth and can extend the lifespan and rejuvenate older driveways and parking lots. All existing damage to the old pavement, such as cracks, soft spots and holes, will need to be repaired before the resurfacing.

 

When done properly, resurfacing existing asphalt can add an extra 8-15 years to the current driveway or parking lot. However, a newly reconstructed pavement will last anywhere between 20-30 years with proper care and maintenance.


Call Bartelt Enterprises, Inc. today for a Free Residential or Commercial Estimate 1-608-862-3141.

 


 

Repair:

Over time, asphalt can lose integrity, but simply because a driveway or parking lot is showing wear and tear, serious cracking, or standing water does not necessarily mean it needs to be replaced. If the surface has become heavily oxidized but the base remains structurally sound, you can choose to have the area repaired.
 

Replacement:

If an asphalt driveway or parking lot is approaching 20 years of age or if 25-35% of the total surface area is in need of substantial repair or removal due to subgrade or other significant damage, it is generally more economical and effective to completely reconstruct the parking lot. After many years spent in the elements, these surfaces just start to fail. Pavement reconstruction is the process of installing both the subgrade asphalt layer as well as the top surface layer.
 

Overlay:

Overlay resurfacing a driveway or parking lot adds an additional layer of asphalt over the older one. This new layer is generally 1.5 – 2 inches in depth and can extend the lifespan and rejuvenate older driveways and parking lots. All existing damage to the old pavement, such as cracks, soft spots and holes, will need to be repaired before the resurfacing.

 

When done properly, resurfacing existing asphalt can add an extra 8-15 years to the current driveway or parking lot. However, a newly reconstructed pavement will last anywhere between 20-30 years with proper care and maintenance.


Call Bartelt Enterprises, Inc. today for a Free Residential or Commercial Estimate 1-608-862-3141.