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What Is the Average Lifespan of Asphalt Pavement?

The average lifespan of asphalt pavement is somewhere between 20 and 30 years. The quality of the initial paving project will, of course, influence the length of time that the material remains viable. With proper upkeep and maintenance, beginning within the first year of installation, the pavement’s lifespan will be maximized. Fahrner Asphalt Sealers offers a range of services that will extend the life of asphalt pavements so that business owners, municipalities, and homeowners can realize the best return on their pavement investment.  Asphalt maintenance is key to maintaining the pavement!

Upkeep and Maintenance

While heavy traffic loads and adverse weather conditions can cause a wide range of defects to begin to appear in pavement, proper maintenance will significantly extend its life. Asphalt sealcoating and crack filling are both important parts of the process. For parking lots and driveways, a commercial grade sealant will slow the oxidation process and prevent water from penetrating deeper into the pavement. The most critical piece of the pavement maintenance puzzle, is asphalt crack repair. If cracks are sealed when they are still small, the integrity of the asphalt pavement structure will be maintained for much longer.

Fahrner Asphalt Sealers offers a wide variety of techniques designed to maximize service life. Learn more about all of our pavement related services.

Fahrner Asphalt Sealers

Fahrner Asphalt Sealers, LLC has over 35 years of experience in the preservation, maintenance and repair of asphalt pavements for municipal, commercial and residential properties. For more information call us at 800-332-3360 or fill out the Free Job Quote form for more information.

We are the premier contractors for the states of Wisconsin, Minnesota, and East Michigan – Call Fahrner Asphalt!

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