Winter has an adverse effect on your pavement. Between snow plows, ice, and freezing snow and rain, your pavement takes a beating throughout the season.
Here’s what happens to your pavement in the winter:
- Snow Plow Damage: When it snows, we rely on those plows to get roads, parking lots, and large driveways cleared. When plows scrape the paved surface over and over, they causes potholes and other damage.
- “Freeze, Thaw, Repeat” Cycle: When snow/rain falls in the winter, it usually ends up freezing and turning into ice and eventually melts back into liquid. As the temperature changes back and forth, the ice melts and refreezes. This can cause damage to your pavement as well as take away from the overall look of the pavement.
- Chemical Damage: The continuous use of salt and other thawing agents on your pavement over time will cause damage and deterioration of the pavement as well as damage to the environment.
With this in mind, it’s time to start thinking about repairing and freshening up your pavement. We can have the pavement looking good as new in no time!
Contact us today to get started on your spring plans.