If you want to repave an asphalt driveway or replace a concrete one, you may be wondering how long the process will take. When street parking is not an option, homeowners often put off driveway paving out of fear of the inconvenience. However, the process does not take long. Below, the team at Beausoleil and Sons explains what you can expect when you schedule driveway paving.
How Long It Takes to Repave
To ensure the longevity of your asphalt driveway, you should seal or re-pave it every one to two years. The precise frequency will vary among homeowners, but since weather is a major contributing factor, everyone in New England can benefit from annual or biannual service. The area’s extreme temperature fluctuations from winter to summer—along with the snow, salt, and sand—will cause an unsealed asphalt driveway to disintegrate over time.
Fortunately, your driveway will only be out of commission for 24 to 48 hours during the repaving process. In most cases, you will be able to drive on it again after just one day.
How Long It Takes to Replace
Replacing a concrete driveway with asphalt is a fairly intensive job that takes longer than repaving. However, when you turn to the right contractor, you can feel confident they have the tools and manpower to finish the job fast. In most circumstances, a seasoned team will be able to remove the old driveway, install a new one, and seal it in just two days.
To repair, replace, or repave your driveway, call on the team at Beausoleil and Sons. They have been proud to serve clients throughout Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut for more than four decades. Follow them on Facebook or visit their website to learn more about the quality work they do. You can also schedule driveway paving today by calling (401) 632-0203.