You must have walked or driven over either a concrete or asphalt-made pavement. Being well-built and maintained does not only provide an aesthetic sort of appeal, but it is also a welcome site to anyone visiting. Maintaining this aesthetic look may be as easy as sweeping away the debris. Most people, however, forgo this, and it has long-term effects on how long the pavements will remain intact. Read more about how to extend pavement lifespan with a few simple steps.
For both porous and solid pavements, paving companies use either asphalt or concrete paving materials. This is due to their availability, durability and also their visual appeal. On average, these pavements have a life expectancy of about 25 years. Do not forget that, as time goes by, the quality of the surface is depreciating. This means that, by the time the pavement is 11 years of age, some materials may have eroded away; others, especially with the older asphalt, may have become clogged or oxidized and hence are slowly being eaten away.
How to clear the debris
To clear debris from the pavement, it should be regularly swept away