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Mar 31, 2020 Asphalt Driveway Replacement vs. Resurfacing. Asphalt resurfacing costs $3 to $7 per square foot compared to $8 to $15 per square foot for replacing.The ideal choice depends on the condition of your existing driveway. If your driveway is in relatively good condition with no potholes, resurfacing can save you $5 to $8 per square foot.If it’s more than 15 years old or inRead More
Concrete vs. Asphalt Roads. Both are popular, but 93 percent of roads are asphalt. In general, the lowered cost and ease of repair make it the preferred option. Looking for a Professional Driveway Installer? Find a Pro FAQs Which is cheaper: asphalt vs. concrete vs. gravel? The cost of a gravel driveway is the cheapest at $1,500.Read More
Compare Asphalt vs Concrete Driveway Costs Asphalt Driveway Overview. Asphalt is one of the most common materials for driveways. Also referred to as blacktop for its coloring, asphalt is made using a combination of stones and sand, bound together with materials left over from the production of fuels like gasoline, diesel and kerosene.Read More
Dec 17, 2020 Asphalt is more cost-effective than concrete but requires more maintenance for homeowners. Concrete prices are $119 to $147 per yard. Asphalt lasts 15 to 30 years, while concrete lasts 30 to 40 years. Asphalt cost calculator. Enter the length and width of your project in feet below to estimate the cost of asphalt materials.Read More
Jan 21, 2020 That’s why you may be thinking of asphalt or concrete instead. Either material is a step up from a gravel driveway. Both are usually less expensive than custom brick paved driveways. The fact of the matter is asphalt is lower cost than concrete. With asphaltRead More
Apr 18, 2017 Costs. An asphalt driveway is considerably less expensive than a concrete one. As a matter of fact, installing a concrete driveway will cost the homeowner at least 45 percent more. The average asphalt driveway will cost from $2 to $6 per square foot. For example, laying a 600-square-foot driveway will costRead More
Dec 17, 2020 Asphalt is more cost-effective than concrete but requires more maintenance for homeowners. Concrete prices are $119 to $147 per yard. Asphalt lasts 15 to 30 years, while concrete lasts 30 to 40 years. Asphalt cost calculator. Enter the length and width of your project in feet below to estimate the cost of asphaltRead More
Asphalt Vs Concrete Driveway Cost/price. Regarding materials, installing an asphalt driveway costs less than installing a concrete driveway. In most cases, it’s about half the price. It will generally cost about $2-$5 per square foot to install an asphalt driveway. The concrete driveway costsRead More
May 25, 2016 The Village of Lake Hallie, Wisconsin, just decided to go with asphalt after soliciting both concrete and asphalt bids for its 2-mile-long reconstruction of the heavily traveled Business USH 53. The low bid for asphalt was $4,697,551.44, and the lowest concreteRead More
Nov 24, 2020 When it comes to Cost of Concrete Vs. Asphalt Roads, the latter wins. Asphalt is bits cheaper, even its repair services are affordable. On the contrarily, concrete is a bit expensive and even repairing it can cut down your pocket. #7: Thinking About Value. Most property owner looks mainly on the budget and cost of asphalt vs concrete.Read More
Asphalt Vs Concrete Driveway Cost/price. Regarding materials, installing an asphalt driveway costs less than installing a concrete driveway. In most cases, it’s about half the price. It will generally cost about $2-$5 per square foot to install an asphalt driveway. The concrete driveway costs about $3-$6 per square foot, excluding the ...Read More
Concrete driveways generally cost around 45 percent more to install in comparison to asphalt driveways. As a result, asphalt has a higher number of buyers in most areas. However, it is important to consider the toughness and longevity of both materials, as poor resistance to the elements and the need for frequent repairs can make any driveway ...Read More
Typical installation costs for a new asphalt driveway run about $2 to $4 per square foot, although prices can go higher depending on crude oil prices. In contrast, the cost to install a plain no-frills concrete driveway is about $5 to $7 per square foot. Adding decorative enhancements, such as stamping and staining, can easily double the cost ...Read More
Comparative Cost Analysis between Asphalt Pavement and Concrete Pavement in Road Construction: A Case study using Concrete grade 35 Michael A-A. Okae Adow, Seth Emmanuel Allotey and Boris K. Sasraku-Neequaye. Department of Building Technology, Accra Polytechnic, P. O. Box GP 561, Accra, Ghana Abstract Roads and Highways are vital lifelines.Read More
Jan 17, 2020 Asphalt, meanwhile, carries a per square foot cost of 2 to 5 dollars. That said, the cost of asphalt is prone to fluctuations in the petroleum market, so prices may vary. The differences in asphalt and concrete costs reflect the fact that installing a concrete surface requires more preparation and time.Read More
When considering concrete vs asphalt, you need to weigh several factors such as installation time, climate conditions, asphalt driveway cost vs concrete and maintenance, and of course appearance. Both carry positive and negative qualities for the modern-day homeowner.Read More
A concrete driveway is going to cost a bit more than any asphalt surface, but far less than a brick driveway per square foot. For the most part, people can expect to spend about $7.50/square foot on a new concrete driveway, but for more intricate, custom designs, you may have to spend aRead More
Apr 08, 2019 #1: Choosing Asphalt vs. Concrete. Choosing of the correct material for paving is very important while determining the whole cost of paving. It doesn’t matter you require paving for your home use, driveway or business. There are basically two types of paving material: asphalt and concrete. In colder climate, asphalt turns out to be best.Read More
Compare this to the most popular alternatives, which are asphalt and concrete. An asphalt driveway will have to be installed by a professional, and costs about 6 dollars per square foot. A concrete driveway, installed, will run you around 8 dollars per square foot.Read More
At $85 per ton for hot-mix asphalt, the asphalt will cost 30 times $85, or $2,550. Once labor costs, equipment costs, and grading and fill dirt costs are considered, it is safe to say that you should set aside at least $5,500 for this new driveway.Read More
Jan 16, 2019 Asphalt and Concrete Driveway Costs Installation for both an asphalt and concrete driveway is specialized work that should be handled by a professional. The average 600-square-foot asphalt driveway will cost $283 in materials and $947 in labour for a total of $1,230, which works out to $2.05 per square foot.Read More
However, asphalt paving costs far less than concrete paving. Also, asphalt road provides a little better safety of the vehicle against snow and skidding. How are Concrete vs. Asphalt Roads made? Concrete is made using aggregate (like crushed rock and sand), along with cement and water. The cement acts as the binder in concrete, holding the ...Read More
Jul 24, 2020 1. Cost vs. Long-Term Investment. Think about how much you’re willing to spend on installing a new driveway before you start looking. The upfront cost of asphalt and concrete will vary, but in general, you’ll only have to pay a few thousand dollars to install your driveway.Read More
Jul 12, 2015 The repairs on asphalt driveways cost less, and are easier, when compared to the maintenance cost of damaged concrete. Curing Time. Asphalt projects can be finished faster than those of concretes; thus, asphalts are often used for highway construction. Highways are also constructed of asphalt to accommodate the heavy traffic it undergoes.Read More
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