Posts Categorized: Driveway Repair

Asphalt or Concrete – How Local Transportation Departments Decide

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The way most state and local transportation departments decide whether to pave a road using concrete or asphalt most often comes down to cost over time: Asphalt is initially less expensive, but concrete lasts longer. With oil prices steadily rising over the past few decades, the cost of asphalt has also increased and reduced its… Read more »

The Lifecycle of Asphalt

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As with all things in life, your asphalt has a lifecycle. From the moment the ground is paved to its eventual restoration, there are several ways you can ensure your asphalt’s longevity. A well-constructed, well-maintained driveway or parking lot should last at least 25 years. Your asphalt has about five stages throughout its life, each… Read more »

How to Winterize Your Asphalt Driveway

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Winter is coming, which means it’s time to get your driveway ready for all that is coming with it. There are many ways to keep your pavement looking and performing at its best during this harsh season, but some are easier than others. Here are the top five easiest ways to get your asphalt ready… Read more »

Budgeting for Asphalt Repairs

It is always a smart idea to have savings included in your business’s budget. We know budgeting for asphalt maintenance is of the utmost importance to facilities owners.  While you should be setting aside a budget to maintain your pavement facilities, being prepared for emergencies is critical. The First Step- Evaluate Your Current Conditions Understanding… Read more »

Aegis owner, Brian Sugg, is dedicated to his clients and his company

Brian Sugg Owner Aegis Asphalt Sealcoating

Brian Sugg, owner of Aegis Asphalt Sealcoating, is now officially a one-business man. As of November 2017, after six years of working both for himself and for Eugene construction company, Delta Construction Co., Brian has transitioned to working full time as owner and operations manager at Aegis Asphalt Sealcoating. Experience in construction management Originally from… Read more »

Our five step process to sealcoating your asphalt driveway

Asphalt sealer not only protects the durability of your driveway but also improves the value and aesthetics of your property. Take a look at our five step process of sealcoating your asphalt surface: 1. Preparation Evaluate the current condition of your asphalt surface and foundation Clean the asphalt surface with rotary brooms, hand steel brooms… Read more »