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Asphalt Crack Sealing Prevents Further Damage

Asphalt Crack Sealing Prevents Further Damage

Asphalt is an excellent choice in Utah for mid to large parking lots, even though cracking on that surface is going to happen. It’s unavoidable—you will need asphalt crack repair at some point, but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth having. There are many reasons...

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Asphalt Damage Types: Corrugations, Depressions, Potholes

Asphalt Damage Types: Corrugations, Depressions, Potholes

In parts one and two of this multi-part blog series, we’ve gone over several forms of asphalt cracking that may take place on surfaces that are not properly cared for, or have simply dealt with long-term wear-and-tear. However, while cracks are likely the most common...

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Asphalt Damage Types: Block, Fatigue and Linear Cracking

Asphalt Damage Types: Block, Fatigue and Linear Cracking

Asphalt repair and sealing are among our most commonly requested solutions at Renaissance Asphalt Services, and they're often required due to damage to your current asphalt surface. However, not all such damage is created equal – there are several different types that...

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Removing Old Concrete Before Paving New Asphalt

Removing Old Concrete Before Paving New Asphalt

Within the world of driveways and other similar property surfaces, it's understandable that asphalt and concrete are often mentioned in the same breath. As the two most common materials used for these kinds of surfaces, many with a need for paving will be choosing...

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Asphalt Mix and Type Basics and Choice Factors, Part 2

Asphalt Mix and Type Basics and Choice Factors, Part 2

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the basics on the various asphalt mixes and types that might be used on your property. While many asphalt surfaces often look similar, they are actually often made from a few different mix types, which...

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Asphalt Mix and Type Basics and Choice Factors, Part 1

Asphalt Mix and Type Basics and Choice Factors, Part 1

While many of the asphalt surfaces you see on a daily basis may look similar, the reality is that asphalt comes in many shapes and sizes. To get a bit more specific, there are several different “mixes” that are often used to create the asphalt used for a given...

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