Over time the driveway will wear out and may need to be repaired or replaced. Check out this video for tips on how to resurface a driveway safely. Damage and cracks in driveways can be dangerous to drive on in winter. The damaged areas can cause water to pool on the driveway, or allow the growth of plants in cracks and cause more damage.
If you want to replace the surface of your driveway, you should first remove all the weeds and other debris. Following that, make use of a pressure washer and leaf blower to clear the surface. Following that, they need to use the liquid elastomeric filler as well as a filler paste to seal gaps and erosion areas. It is then time to apply an adhesive and sealant to the asphalt surface. The sealer typically contains asphalt and polymer that stay on old surfaces and avoid cracks.
Next, the resurfacer should be mixed thoroughly before being poured into the driveway. Make use of a paint brush to spread the material along areas of the driveway. The driveway needs to be properly paved using the right equipment.