Monthly Archives: March 2016

5 Reasons Why You Should Choose the Team at Custom Asphalt

There are plenty of asphalting businesses in and around the Melbourne area but not all are created equal. Custom Asphalt is built on a philosophy that great professional experience and attention to detail creates outstanding results. This is an ethos which has helped our business emerge as one of Melbourne’s foremost providers of asphalting services and has earned us a loyal customer base of businesses, councils and homeowners. In this article, Asphalt Driveways in Melbourne explore 5 of the

5 Advantages of Asphalt Sporting Courts

Asphalt sporting courts have long been the leisure surface of choice for local councils, schools and private property owners. In this article, Asphalt Contractors explore five of the key reasons why asphalt continues to be a popular surfacing option for sporting courts in Victoria and around the world. Multifunction One of the great advantages of sporting courts made out of this material is that they can be used for almost any sport or leisure activity. Asphalt has excellent surface tension

4 Reasons Asphalt is an Environmentally Friendly Material

It’s been hard to conceptualise asphalt as an environmentally friendly material ever since Joni Mitchell first sung the line “they paved paradise and put up a parking lot” way back in 1970. However, Ms Mitchell may have felt about the subject, asphalt is one of the most environmentally sustainable, energy efficient, and low emission construction materials available on the modern market. Here are four key reasons why asphalt should be considered a green surfacing option. 1. Recycling and energy efficiency Asphalt is

Why You Should Choose Asphalt Over Concrete

Whether you are considering laying a new pathway leading up to your home or looking for a durable driveway material that is capable of managing everyday wear and tear, then asphalt is the ideal solution in terms of cost, efficiency, and durability. Here are seven key reasons why you should choose asphalt over concrete as a building material. Cost effective Asphalt is around 30-40% cheaper than concrete which can add up to substantial savings when you consider that the average single driveway