An asphalt patio that has cracks around its edges can destroy the beauty of the area where you barbecue dinners during the summer months or hold informal parties. Repair the damaged asphalt by completing the instructions that are listed below. Once the patio has a smooth surface, add a coat of waterproof sealer to the asphalt to prevent cracks from forming again. Materials Needed putty knife broom detergent water hose bucket stiff-bristled scrub brush (with extension handle) cold asphalt patch mixing stick trowel drop cloths waterproof sealer (for asphalt) squeegee Remove Loose Asphalt Pieces And Eliminate Stains From The Patio
- If you have a driveway or a patio that is made up of paving stones, you are going to want to use the area as much as possible in order to get the most out of your investment. You will also want to make sure that you keep your stones looking great. This means that you will have to remove stains on a regular basis. Here are some tips for making sure that you get all of the stains out of your paving stones.
- If you are on the recreational committee for your local park and you have an asphalt skating area for the community to enjoy, you will want to take precautionary steps to keep it maintained for the safety and comfort of the users. Most maintenance can be done on your own, and an asphalt paving contractor can help out if there are significant damaged areas that need to be tended to before the park can be used.