Asphalt Driveway with Paver Borders
A few years back, your newly installed asphalt driveway was all shiny and solid. You probably thought, “This will certainly last for years.”
Now, with the crumbled sides, it looks nothing but terrible.
Maybe your next-door neighbors are even giving you the eye. Because – let’s face it – your now terrible-looking driveway is a stain on the neighborhood.
And the bad thing is; it can only get worse. Sooner than you expect, you’d have a mess of loose asphalt instead of a driveway— your investment down the drain.
Ever seen an asphalt driveway with paver borders in Pennsylvania and New Jersey? That’s the solution!
And with Oakes Paving doing the installation, you can have complete peace of mind.
Protect Your Asphalt Driveway with Paver Borders
Is your asphalt driveway cracking and crumbling at the edges? You can stem the tide before it worsens.
You probably know by now that rain damages asphalt. Also, when vehicles go over asphalt, they crumble. Bordering your driveway with concrete or brick pavers prevents damage to it.
Your driveway only doesn’t get all the protection – paver borders, especially raised ones, also protect your lawn by preventing vehicles from driving on them. During fierce winds and water run-offs, the grass in your lawn also stays where they belong, with paver borders in place.
It’s a no-brainer – protecting your asphalt driveway with paver borders also helps you save money in multiple ways. First off, a protected asphalt driveway means a long-lasting driveway. Your investment lasts longer – you don’t have to install another driveway a few years down the line.
An asphalt driveway with paver borders also requires minimal maintenance, costing you far less. You also don’t want to spend most of your weekends fixing your driveway instead of bonding with your family.
The benefits do not end there. Asphalt driveway with paver borders enhances the curb appeal of your property. The prominent boundary between lawn and driveway simply looks splendid. All of these benefits contribute to an increase in the value of your property.
But there’s a caveat; you want an asphalt driveway with paver borders installed the right way, the first time.