A Step-By-Step Guide To Repairing An Asphalt Driveway All By Yourself

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how to repair an asphalt driveway yourselfIt’s not nice watching your asphalt driveway fall apart, but what else can you do? At first you just notice a crack then it slowly becomes a lot worse. As soon as you have a big hole in your driveway you will need to do something about it.

Luckily you don’t need to call someone out and spend a huge amount of money because you can repair it yourself. It’s not exactly a hard job, so don’t worry about it. Let’s look at what you need to know before you get going. You should have it finished in no time.

Measure Your Hole

Before you start doing anything you will need to get out your measuring tape to work out how big your hole is. This is important because if you don’t buy enough asphalt filler you will mess everything up. If the hole is less than two feet square you won’t need very much to fill it, so a normal 50b bag should usually be enough.

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