How to Produce Asphalt?

Answer Asphalt is created by combining an aggregate, which is a mix of materials such as cement and rubber, with hot asphalt cement. There are two major uses for asphalt in the United States: 90% of aspha... Read More »

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How to Retop Asphalt?

Although it's commonly used because of its durability, asphalt is not immune from cracking and weathering. If your asphalt surface has seen better days, it is time to resurface it. With an asphalt ... Read More »

Problems With Asphalt?

Asphalt is often used as a material to create roads, highways, parking lots and residential driveways. There are many benefits associated with asphalt surfaces, but there are also problems linked w... Read More »

Can you install sod over asphalt?

No, sod cannot be successfully grown on top of asphalt. Sod needs soil to lay roots and absorb the proper amount of moisture. If there is asphalt in an area you want to sod, you will first have to ... Read More »

Can asphalt be recycled?

Reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) can be recycled using the hot recycling or the cold recycling method. Both methods involve mixing RAP with new asphalt and a recycling agent and can be done at a ce... Read More »