Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Fifteen years is the average lifespan of asphalt. Depending on the surface’s use and wear, it should be sealed every 2 years for protection. Asphalt is a major investment and an asset to your commercial or residential property. If it is kept in good condition, the asphalt will increase the value of your home or business and its appearance for many years to come.

We’re dedicate to you and your project, and strive to always provide the highest level of quality and care. We provide written and verbal communication throughout a project to keep clients informed. Our goal with every job is to exceed the client’s expectations and fulfill their needs.
There’s a variety of ways asphalt falls into disrepair. From alligator cracking to rutting, shoving to depressions, any number of issues may arise with your asphalt as time passes. You should schedule maintenance and repair service when cracks, holes or other signs of damage appear in the asphalt. If left without repair, these problems grow and become more costly to fix.
After having your driveway or parking lot paved with asphalt, you want to wait 72 hours before driving or walking on the surface. For roads, you can drive or walk on them as soon as the asphalt has compacted.

That all depends on the type of seal coating you want for your new asphalt. Six weeks after project completion, we can apply an oil-based sealing product. With latex sealer, you need to wait a full year before application.

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For answers to your questions about specific asphalt or concrete projects, call All American Asphalt LLC today.

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