If you've recently decided to install an in-ground swimming pool in your back or side yard, you're likely excited at the prospect of spending lazy summer days floating in your own oasis. While many standard sizes of fiberglass pools are available, making your size and shape decisions much easier (and less expensive) than custom designs, you may run into a road block when it comes time to choose your pool's surroundings.
Installing an asphalt driveway in your yard is a more affordable option versus installing concrete, and it can last as long as 40 years when you take care of it properly. Asphalt is a flexible surface to give under the weight of your vehicle and under the freeze-thaw conditions of a northern climate. Here are some recommendations to build and maintain a solid, durable, and long-lasting flexible asphalt driveway.
Create a Solid Base