Asphalt is one of the most popular paving materials in North America, and for a good reason – it’s versatile, tough, and affordable. There’s nothing better than the look of a shiny new blacktop, but that blacktop won’t keep shiny and beautiful without regular maintenance.
Though it’s tough, asphalt faces many enemies from the elements and from the people that use it. Without proper maintenance, you could see issues like cracking, pitting, and raveling. Raveling is one of the most common residential asphalt issues but doesn’t have to be if you take the right steps. Let’s learn what asphalt raveling is and how to keep it from happening to your asphalt.