Cracks and potholes do not necessarily mean that you need a completely new driveway, according to Rich of McFarlane Driveway Restoration. The McFarlane family has a history of servicing the Bergen/Passaic area.
Getting a new driveway costs thousands of dollars, but Rich and his crew are ready to restore the driveway you have as an economical alternative with the latest Asphalt recycling and infrared equipment available. They are the Blacktop Company that has gone GREEN!
McFarlane Driveway Restoration fills potholes with hot asphalt – not cold fill that rapidly decays. Using state-of-the-art infrared equipment, the hot asphalt is then melted along the edges, forming a direct seal with the driveway. Best yet – your driveway will be ready for traffic within 24 hours.
Maintaining your parking lot will more than double its service life.
Ask Rich and his team how they can help you extend the life of your current driveway. His company also applies seal coat to help protect driveways against deterioration. Rich recommends resealing the driveway at least every two years to replenish asphalt, which can become aged and weathered. Restore yours today!