When should you seal a new asphalt driveway?

Answer On One Hand: Wait three monthsAccording to, new asphalt should not be cured for at least ninety days from completion (three months). After an initial seal, a driveway should be cur... Read More »

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What should I use to seal an asphalt driveway?

On One Hand: Coal Tar Sealants Are More EffectiveMost consumer driveway sealants have either coal tar or asphalt as their base. Coal tar sealants remain the most popular because of their greater du... Read More »

Should I Seal My New Asphalt Driveway?

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Do I need to seal my asphalt driveway?

On One Hand: Sealing Prolongs Driveway LifeAs an asphalt driveway ages, it begins to form cracks that penetrate all the way through the surface. This allows rain to reach the stone and gravel under... Read More »

How much does it cost to seal an asphalt driveway?

Asphalt driveways should be repaired depending on the extremeness of the weather. For the eastern U.S. the average cost of sealing driveways varies from $10 to $16 per square foot, thus the total c... Read More »