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In addition to our growing happy commercial client base, we also provide the ultimate in customer satisfaction in residential driveways.
We want to thank our residential customers for their continued referral business. We don't see our residential customers except for the occasional check up, and here's reason's why:
Life Expectancy Of Asphalt Driveways
A properly installed asphalt driveway with regularly scheduled maintenance can last up to 20 or even 30 years! That variation in age can be determined by the stability of the sub-grade, the quality of the installation, the type and frequency of maintenance, the drainage plan and the climate of the region you’re located in.
We want you to know the facts, so let's break down cost:
Of the four types of driveways, an asphalt driveway is #3
when comparing cost and # 2 when comparing ongoing maintenance.
Paver Driveway – #1 – Most Expensive
Concrete Driveway – #2
Asphalt Driveway – #3
Gravel Driveway – #4 – Least Expensive
An asphalt driveway can be the least expensive option when comparing to other hard surface driveways.
Ongoing Maintenance Chart:
Gravel Driveway – #1 – Most Ongoing Maintenance
Asphalt Driveway – #2
Concrete Driveway – #3
Paver Driveway – #4 – Least Ongoing Maintenance
An asphalt driveway requires the 2nd most frequent amount of ongoing maintenance when comparing to to other driveways.
Need more information? Let our expert team find out what's best for you. We can answer your questions and help you rest assured you are receiving a quality installation and excellent customer service.
What we refer to as "The Water Thaw Cycle" is what causes the most damage to Asphalt that we repair. It is not the cold temperature by itself, it is water that is freezing (expanding) and thawing (shrinking) that causes damage. Water seeps into existing cracks and pot holes then expands.
Here are a couple of things you can do to help prevent winter asphalt damage:
1- Crack Fill- read more on crack fill here ☞
2-Seal Coating- read more on seal coating here ☞
3- Patching - read more on patching here ☞
Coltrane Asphalt offers free estimates.
We believe there is no project too big or too small for our highly trained specialists. Coltrane Asphalt Maintenance prides in being locally owned and operated. Owner Shaun Coltrane is present at every job. We believe in putting the customer first and addressing each of your concerns during the bidding process in order to give you the result you want. Whether you have a week-long commercial project or have a one-day driveway repair, you can count on our team at Coltrane Asphalt Maintenance to assist you.
To learn more about our services or to schedule an appointment today, please call us at 1-800-ASPHALT or use our CONTACT US page to get in touch!
We are a locally owned and operated business serving all of Southwest Missouri!
You may know that asphalt has the ability to absorb heat in the hot summer months, but did you also know that this same heat absorption will melt away snow/ice quicker in the winter?
Summer is the perfect time to call for a free estimate
Properly Maintaining Your Asphalt
Coltrane Asphalt is here to help.
1 Seal coating. This procedure will protect against oxidation and spills while making the asphalt look attractive. This application should be applied at least every 3 years or more frequently. If applied at proper intervals, seal coating will prolong the life of pavement indefinitely at only a fraction of the total replacement cost.
2 Crack Sealing. Cracks are usually caused by either a failure of the base, water damage or excessive weight on the pavement surface. Crack sealing provides a waterproof bond and is rubberized to give support while the pavement expands and contracts in changing temperatures. Cracks that go unsealed will continue to allow water into the base structure, causing severe damage to the pavement as the base deteriorates.
3 Patching. If significant deterioration has taken place, removal and replacement of certain areas may be possible. If excessive ground water or poor soil conditions have aggravated the problem, corrections should be performed before applying the patch.