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What causes the asphalt to lift where it meets the concrete at my self-storage facility?
You will notice in the picture to the left the asphalt is 1" higher than the concrete
If your self-storage facility / portfolio is located in an area of the United States which experiences freezing temperatures, you may have noticed the asphalt in the drive isle has raised above the grade of the concrete threshold by ½” – 4.” Freeze thaw cycle is the main culprit behind the asphalt in the drive isle raising above the concrete threshold at the storage units.
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