After the first year, there was damage over the entire paved surface. The asphalt was not installed correctly. It was extremely porous, which was pointed out initially. All of the seams were very noticeable, and very unsightly. After the first rainfall, we noticed that the drive was not graded properly, and water pooled in front of the garage and the stairs to the front door. The response was that if we had it sealed the next year, it would be OK, and that driving on it would smooth it out. The next spring, they came out and laid asphalt on top of the low spots, using no equipment other than a shovel and a hand torch, and stomped on it with a metal shoe to level it. They then sprayed it with sealer, for an additional charge. The water continued to pool, and by the end of the next winter, all of the and quot;patch materialand quot; had crumbled away. The next spring, very large cracks began to appear all around the edges, and big chunks have broken off all around the edges. Then cracks began to appear in the center areas and at all of the seams. There are now many low spots where the surface has washed away, and cracks throughout the entire surface. As many of the cracks are now 1and quot; wide or more, it is also evident that some of the depth of the material is not the quoted depth of 3and quot;. The original low spots continue to deteriorate due to the standing water. Once the driveway was out of warranty, we thought we could live with it, though grudgingly. Now, as we watch the driveway totally self destruct, we realize we should have ignored Bruce's fast talking, and demanded that they handle this in the warranty time frame. My initial complaints with Bruce, which were made immediately when the job was first completed, and the following year when the and quot;repairand quot; was made, resulted in a lot of double talk, which made me feel as though I was wasting my time. It is very apparent that his work is performed to a standard barely good enough to last for the warranty period, and his fast talking will help keep the customer at bay until the warranty expires. Poor preparation and grading, unsightly seams, poor surfacing, and perhaps poorly trained installers, have left us with an unsightly, crumbling, water pooling mess in front of our home. Yes, the one year warranty is noted on the invoice, but poor workmanship should be covered any time it causes a problem. I paid for a quality product, and I did not receive it. An upstanding business owner should realize that if his company made a mistake they should take care of it. He is not an upstanding business owner, and now offers to repair this mess for a charge. Not a chance, I wouldn't allow them to perform any type of work on my property.