Is a Maintenance Plan Worth it for Small Residential Driveways?

June, 21, 2021 By CASSIDY PAVING 3 min read
Driveway asphalt repaving in New England
Are you a homeowner and not sure of the best way to handle your driveway’s asphalt? This is a common issue, and according to the experts, even the smallest driveways will need care from time to time. If you’ve recently invested in upgrading, sealing, or repairing your residential paving, there are steps to take to make sure that it lasts its full lifecycle. There’s nothing more stressful than unexpected and costly home repairs, and with the right amount of preparation, you can avoid surprises in your asphalt driveway.

What to Know About Asphalt Maintenance

Why Have a Maintenance Plan?

You might not see why an asphalt paving and maintenance plan is worth it for your small driveway. There could be some confusion between maintenance and making repairs as needed. But, especially in the New England area, maintaining what you already have is critical for your budget. Repairing as you go will mean that you’re calling a driveway paving contractor more often and spending more. When you’re only making the bare minimum repairs when needed, you’re more likely to have deterioration beneath the blacktop. This is where major problems happen, like drainage failure and shifts in the subbase. Maintenance plans are essential because your asphalt driveway contractor can see early warning signs and repair them well before they spread during preventative service calls.

What to Include in Your Plan

Consulting with your asphalt maintenance company should be the first step in making a preventative maintenance schedule. Experts can evaluate your driveway, tell you what the recommendations are, how often service is needed, and answer your specific questions. Some typical asphalt services include in residential maintenance plans are: And there could be other services that make sense for your situation. It is also crucial that you work with a company that understands any specifics regarding asphalt construction within your city, neighborhood, and even your homeowner’s association. These are essential guidelines and laws that must be followed prior to any level of repair.

When to Start Your Plan

It is never too early to think of implementing an asphalt maintenance plan for your residential driveway. At Cassidy Paving, we recommend a care plan at our first visit or service. The sooner you think about the maintenance tasks, the easier it will fit them into your schedule and budget. Also, planning them out yearly is a great way to ensure they’re done on time, and it also gives you enough time to save. We understand that there’s nothing worse than surprise repairs for your home, and your driveway is a critical part of your daily life.

Ready to Get Started?

Whether you’ve never had a maintenance plan for your driveway or you have one that needs updating, our team is here to help. We offer free estimates for homeowners in Massachusetts, Southern New Hampshire, and Rhode Island. Our goal is to set you up on a maintenance and repair plan that makes the most sense for your small driveway and your budget. Give us a call today at 866-978-9788 to set up a time for an inspection and maintenance plan.
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