Cold weather isn’t often an issue in the Sunshine State when it comes to laying asphalt, but it can be from time to time.
A subgrade is the first foundation under a road or pavement. It is usually composed of the area’s native soils or materials, though a subgrade can be made of imported materials if native materials are not sufficient for a good foundation.
Road grading is an important component that goes into building a road, and it is one of the first considerations when designing a road.
How long will a freshly paved asphalt road last? Basically, as long as you need it to.
There are quite a number of factors that go into building a road, and consequently, a lot of different machines and materials are part of the equation as well.
All roads start out with a road base called a subgrade. This base must be strong and stable in order to support the surface or top base and the weight of all the vehicles that will be driving on it day in and day out.
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When it comes to the environment, asphalt is the most environmentally friendly choice, hands down.
That’s why we are so happy to install and maintain asphalt pavement. Asphalt is sustainable, recyclable, and it allows us to be more conscious of the environment. Explore all the ways asphalt is truly the environmental pavement of choice! Continue reading Asphalt the Environmental Pavement of Choice