Most people probably don’t give the difference between asphalt, cement, and concrete a second thought — they’re all the same, right? That being said, you may have certain associations with each word: asphalt may conjure up images of highways; concrete may make you think of parking garages; and cement might mean sidewalks to you.

Why you should use asphalt instead of concrete for your parking lot

Asphalt. Bitumen. It’s a wondrous petroleum product that has a multitude of uses, but you probably know it best as roads, parking lots, walkways, and other pavement.

Though concrete was once the material of choice for many applications, asphalt has taken over as the preferred choice — here’s why.

Should you repair or replace your concrete or asphalt pavement?

If your driveway or parking lot is in bad shape, you may be wondering whether you should get some light resurfacing done or if you need the whole thing replaced. The truth is, it all comes down to how extensive the damage is, the material (asphalt or concrete), your budget, and time of year.

The Superior Asphalt team builds a new residential walkway in Winnipeg

By Kelly Combot, Commercial Estimator, Marketing Manager

Spring is here and it is quickly becoming that time of year again renovation season.

A new, sealed driveway paved by Superior Asphalt in Winnipeg

By Kelly Combot, Commercial Estimator, Marketing Manager

At Superior Asphalt, one of my jobs is to organize the design and setup for all of the home renovation tradeshows we participate in, and I LOVE IT!