As durable and low maintenance as asphalt paving is, it is bound to crack over time. Most small cracks are insignificant, and they don't even need to be repaired. In fact, if the crack is less than 1/4" thick, you shouldn't waste your time trying to fill it because the space is too small. But, anything bigger than this can be easily patched using premixed, cold formula asphalt patch. This article explains how to apply your own patches to crack asphalt.
There are two main options that you have for paving your driveway or parking lot; you can pave with asphalt or concrete. These materials are widely used and generally accepted as the very best options. Each of these materials has many pro's and a few con's. They are both considered durable and are a good investment for your property. However, this article is going to focus on the benefits of paving with asphalt.
A home not only looks beautiful thanks to the wonderful construction that goes into creating the structure but also has appeal that derives from all that surrounds the home. This includes not only trees and shrubs but also the concrete sidewalk surrounding the home. Once a sidewalk starts to turn into "rubble" due to the elements, the looks of a property head into decline. Outright neglect of the sidewalk won't help matters.