Concrete paving offers a variety of benefits of traditional asphalt paving. Read about each below.
Because concrete is lighter in color, it will not absorb as much heat like asphalt does. This is especially important for our area in College Station and Bryan, where summers can get extremely hot. Whether it’s your car sitting in your driveway, or you are sitting out on a patio, concrete will be much cooler than blacktop.
While concrete paving may cost more upfront than asphalt, it can actually cost less in the long run. Asphalt is not as durable and is more susceptible to cracking and crumbling. For the most durable surface, go with our concrete paving services.
If you are planning on installing a patio or walk way in your yard, concrete paving provides decorative options. With asphalt, there is only one-color option: black. With concrete you can get a variety of different colors and patterns stamped right into the surface.