How your asphalt driveway looks is important. Your property’s curb appeal is directly correlated to its value. So you should be able to decide how your driveway looks, including its color.
Asphalt is one of the best materials for roads and driveways. It’s long-lasting, durable and easy to fix. In the past, one of the major drawbacks of asphalt was its lack of options regarding appearance.
However, that time is past. Through different sealing coats and mixtures, we can make asphalt in a wide range of colors. In fact, our tinting process allows us to color your asphalt in 13 standard shades. Check out some of the most popular options listed below.
It’s no secret that one of the most popular colors in the industry is black. Unfortunately, this might be because so many people don’t realize other colors are available.
If you’re looking for a driveway that matches the road, black is your best option.
More cities are beginning to utilize white asphalt. This is popular because it decreases the heat that the road absorbs.
In especially hot areas, such as Utah, Nevada and Arizona, the temperature of black asphalt can hit more than 100 degrees. However, with asphalt that is tinted white, temperatures are closer to 70 degrees.
White asphalt also pairs extremely well with lighter-colored homes.
Did you know that you could tint your asphalt various shades of green? This is great for recreational areas, such as tennis courts. It’s a fun look that doesn’t distract from your other landscaping.
Want the look of concrete, but the durability of asphalt? Color your driveway cream! It looks great and lasts a long time as well.
If you really want to stand out from the crowd, a red asphalt-sealing coat is the way to go. Like the green coloring, there are many shades you can choose from.
If you have a red brick house, red asphalt coloring might be the most aesthetically pleasing look.
Another popular option is a gray sealing coat. This helps reduce the surface temperature while still maintaining a variation of the classic look.
Color Your Asphalt Driveways Right
Don’t settle for classic black asphalt. With color-tinted sealing coats, you can paint your driveway one of many colors. Not only does it help the asphalt last longer, but it also looks great as well.
Talk with our team about applying a colored sealing coat to your driveway today!