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Parking Lot Paving Process

Parking Lot Paving Process

Parking lot paving is an important part of any commercial or residential development. It is your first impression with your customers or visitors. The paving should be done correctly to ensure a safe and smooth surface for vehicles. Parking Lot Paving Steps There are...

The Benefits of Sealcoating

The Benefits of Sealcoating

If you have an asphalt driveway at your home or place of work, then you may already be familiar with the importance of seal coating. If not, let us explain. Seal coating is a process done to asphalt surfaces about every 3 years. There are many benefits to getting your...

Asphalt Vs. Concrete: Which Is Better?

Asphalt Vs. Concrete: Which Is Better?

If your home or workspace has a driveway that is either asphalt or concrete, but it is beginning to look old and worn out, it has noticeable cracks or potholes, and you can see the fading on the surface, then you may be wondering if there is an alternative option that...

How Often Should Our Parking Lot Be Sealed?

How Often Should Our Parking Lot Be Sealed?

Parking lots have a reseal clock that is similar to most residential driveways. This hovers around 18 months to every two years. However, parking lots are far more prone to having smaller damage incur on your property than the average homeowners. Here are some tips on...

Should My Dog Walk On Asphalt?

Should My Dog Walk On Asphalt?

As we approach summer, it's important to remember how the heat will affect our furry friends. Here are some tips on being aware of your pet's health, as well as how hot asphalt surfaces can get on walks. Why does asphalt get so hot? It very easily absorbs heat. This...

Asphalt: Recyclable and Eco-Friendly

Asphalt: Recyclable and Eco-Friendly

Today, one of the biggest concerns plaguing the construction industry is recycling. Materials that can be easily recycled are more likely to see widespread advocacy and usage, whereas stuff that’s hard to recycle or completely unfriendly to the environment is being...

What Is Asphalt?

What Is Asphalt?

What Is Asphalt Made of? Asphalt is also known as bitumen. The majority of asphalt used in the world is for road construction.Sticky, dark, and highly viscous in nature, asphalt is a form of petroleum that can be found in severaldifferent types of natural deposits,...

The Benefits of Asphalt Paving

The Benefits of Asphalt Paving

Most of us probably take for granted the roads we drive on every day— not to mention the lots and driveways we park our cars into, too. What do they have in common? Well, most of the time they are made of asphalt— the unsung, everyday hero of roadway construction. ...

How to choose the right contractor

How to choose the right contractor

Choosing the right contractor for your asphalt paving project can be a daunting task. You want to make sure you are getting the best value for your money, and that the job will be done correctly and on time. Here are some tips to help you choose the right contractor...

Summer Asphalt Damage: How to Fix It

Summer Asphalt Damage: How to Fix It

You may have sustained some summer asphalt damage on your property the past few months. Usually, these damages are pretty minor but need to be handled quickly. Otherwise, melted surfaces and cracks breaking out could cause major issues for your home residents. Here...

Why Does Asphalt Get Hot?

Why Does Asphalt Get Hot?

Asphalt can easily get very hot, it's important to be aware of when you're playing sports or spending a ton of time outside. In any case, the best way to ensure your children, pets, and any friends are safe is to be aware of how hot asphalt can get. What causes...

Repaving vs Resealing: What to Know

Repaving vs Resealing: What to Know

If you've been looking into repaving part of your property, you're likely sat between concrete and asphalt. Both are viable options and will be able to provide you a sturdy surface for several decades. Here are a few tips to consider when preparing for a repave job,...

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