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Asphalt Repair: Yes, You Can DIY!

Winter is almost over and the snow is starting to melt away and we’re all looking forward to a warm spring. Have you noticed how your driveway looks after about three months of winter? Is it time for some asphalt repair?

Here are some of the problems that can arise if you have a blacktop asphalt driveway or walkway:

  • Potholes – When pieces of asphalt break off from the driveway, creating a hole. They can vary in size. This is often the result of unmaintained alligator cracks that are worsened by the winter ice.
  • Alligator and spiderweb cracks – These are small cracks that connect to resemble the scaly back of an alligator or the loops of a spider web.
  • Sinkholes and bird baths – Areas of asphalt that have sunk into the ground. This occurs when the foundation is not properly constructed. The base may be washed away after a while and when the asphalt is warmed by the sun’s heat it will form into the missing base. Smaller sink holes are called bird baths and are typically 1-2 inches deep.

To have your driveway resurfaced by a professional, can cost anywhere from $3000 to $6000. Do you really have to resurface your entire driveway to fix some cracks and potholes? No! There is a much simpler and affordable way to fix parts of your driveway that need some minor repairs.

If you only have some few cracks to fill, the BareGround One Shot Premium Asphalt Crack Filler (and Sealer) will get the job done very easily in one simple step. This ready to use filler is also a waterproof sealant which can repair and patch cracks up to 1-inch wide. This One Shot product fills and seals at the same time reducing effort, saving time AND money.

For driveways with potholes, the BareGround One Shot Asphalt Water Based Pot Hole Repair will permanently fix in a jiffy. This unique product is specially formulated to cure and harden immediately with water to form a durable asphalt pothole repair. It is also eco-friendly, VOC free and solvent-free. Besides driveways, this compound can also be used in roads or parking lots. Pour the One Shot water based pothole repair mix into the hole and add water to create a solid and long lasting fix.

Repairing your driveway shouldn’t be time consuming and costly. Simple DIY asphalt repair projects will keep your wallet happy and you will have more time for fun outdoor activities!

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