I live in central NJ and we have a driveway that is 250 feet long,
curved and sloping up from the street to the house. It was a
gravel/stone top when we bought the house and we had it asphalted 3
years ago as soon as we moved in. Recently I noticed some small
hairline cracks here and there and some loose asphalt/stones coming
off the surface.
I have read from some people that you should not sealcoat driveway,
but I think time has come for me to do it or get it done. My question
is what is the best naterial, tools and time of the year to apply it.
Is it possible for me to do it with help from handyman. What surface
preparation would be necessary? Thanks for all your helpful comments.
- posted 16 years ago