With time, asphalt deteriorates while visual cracks can appear, and water infiltration accelerates its deterioration. Minor maintenance with the help of protective products can help extend the duration of life of your asphalt at a minimal cost.

Asphalt Resurfacing

Asphalt resurfacing involves the installation of a layer of asphalt onto the old pavement. It will give new life to your asphalt. To do this, the granular foundation must be of good quality.

Installation de drain français

French Drain Installation

French drains placed around a basement foundation must be on a negative slope to a drip point. The layer of gravel covering it and its connection point constitute the drainage system foundation. This system is designed and installed to drain water infiltrating the land around a building, and at the same time prevent the accumulation of water around the foundation.

Contrary to many homeowners’ beliefs, a drainage system does not last forever. The average life span of a French drain is 30 to 40 years. Moreover, these projects also involve collateral damage, which includes landscaping around the home’s foundation. Although unpleasant, this step is virtually inevitable when we want to maintain a strong construction and good living conditions.

Application de scellant

Sealing Application

Sealant on asphalt acts both as a protection and as an adhesive. Applying the sealant helps the asphalt regenerate and extends its longevity.