Stamped Asphalt – The Process

Stamped asphalt and StreetPrint technology uses unique and innovative coating and thermoplastic systems for enhancing asphalt surfaces. These systems facilitate innovative street and parking lot design and contribute to more livable communities. The goal is not only achieving visual excellence; but designing solutions that are durable, practical, safe and sustainable. Here is a quick video that shows the stamped asphalt process in a simple and easy to understand way. Check it out

-My Driveway Dr. –Driveway Impressions: Distinctive Driveways for Distinctive Homes

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Driveway Impressions is a decorative asphalt company. We do stamped asphalt and we do it well.
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3 Responses to Stamped Asphalt – The Process

  1. Russ Carlton says:

    How is Stamped asphalt eco-friendly?

  2. Russ Carlton says:

    The video talks about Streetprint. Is this the same Product?

    • mydrivewaydr says:

      Hi Russ, Thanks for the read and the comments. Stamped asphalt is more environmentally friendly because of the material used. Asphalt itself is the most recycled material in the United States. In addition, due to the special coating we use and the reflective properties of it, our products help to reduce island heat effect. We also contribute to LEED credits. We wrote a recent article about this as well, you should check it out:

      StreetPrint refers to the process we use. Integrated Paving Concepts is the company which developed this StreetPrint technology which we license. They also do amazing work that you can check out as well.

      Best Wishes
      -My Driveway Dr. – Driveway Impressions: Distinctive Driveways for Distinctive Homes

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