Which driveway is cheaper: concrete or asphalt?

Answer On One Hand: Asphalt Is Generally CheaperAccording to, an asphalt driveway costs between $1 and $5 a square foot, while a concrete driveway runs between $3 and $10 a square foot (all... Read More »

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Is a concrete driveway better than asphalt?

On One Hand: Concrete is user-friendlyIf it is sealed correctly and poured over a proper foundation, a concrete driveway is nearly maintenance-free. It also is available in various colors and style... Read More »

When should you seal a new asphalt driveway?

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 »

How long should driveway asphalt dry?

Paving companies recommend new asphalt driveways dry for a minimum of three days before parking on or driving across the surface. Longer drying times are recommended if the asphalt is installed dur... Read More »

How to Fix a Hole in an Asphalt Driveway?

Potholes or other damage to an asphalt driveway can often be filled in with cold asphalt filler. Here are some steps to help you have a successful project repairing your driveway.