Newly paved asphalt needs to be treated with care. Especially during the long, hot days of summer, new asphalt can be easy to damage. Here, Pave-Core Paving Inc offers several tips on how to avoid damaging your new asphalt drive, parking lot, or road. You find several dos and don’ts on what can be placed on your new asphalt. Check out the diagram below for more information or call us for further tips on asphalt maintenance in Kingston, Belleville and surrounding areas.
Protect Your New Asphalt Especially in the Hot Summer
We have taken some time out of our busy schedules and listed a few dos and don’ts to protect your new asphalt surface from damage. Take a look:
Rest ladder supports on a block of wood to prevent indents in your new asphalt.
Put a wooden block under the kickstand of your motorcycle.
When parking any kind of trailer on your driveway, make sure the trailer hitch is supported on a good size block of wood.
Asphalt sealer shouldn’t be used on new asphalt. Wait for at least 3 months.
Do not turn the wheels when your vehicle is in a stopped position.
Avoid fast stops and starts when driving as it can ruin your new asphalt.