Has your asphalt seen better days? Does driving over your asphalt feel like a rough wooden roller coaster. Are there depressions, cracks, holes, or other signs of wear? If so, you may want to explore resurfacing. Resurfacing involves deposition of a new layer of fresh smooth asphalt over your existing asphalt. Resurfacing is not as expensive as new asphalt replacement because the roadbed is already in place.
If your existing pavement has large depressions, is covered in cracks, or has root damage, resurfacing is only a temporary solution. CCS can advise you regarding whether asphalt resurfacing is right for you. If your driveway or parking lot is overall in good shape, but has a few localized problem areas, then patching may be your best option. Patching is much less expensive than resurfacing and can help slow or stop asphalt deterioration. Patching involves the removal of problem areas. Those areas are then filled with new asphalt and smoothed to match the surrounding asphalt. You won’t even feel a well-done patch when driving over it. CCS Construction can provide you with professional patching at a reasonable price.