Commercial Driveway Cracks: Benefits Of Hiring Asphalt Paving Contractors To Fix Them

16 January 2023
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If your commercial property has a driveway that's used a lot by commercial vehicles, eventually it may start to break down and form cracks. Fortunately, you can hire asphalt paving contractors to deal with them and thus benefit in a couple of key ways. Provide Routine Crack Repair Services As mentioned up above, the constant activity from commercial vehicles can make cracks a regular problem you have to deal with for the driveway around your property. Read More 

Need Sealcoating? Why Schedule Your Appointment For Daylight Hours

3 January 2023
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If your commercial parking lot needs sealcoating, take care with the scheduling. You might think you're better off scheduling an overnight appointment. After all, your parking lot will be empty overnight. That means you can avoid disruption to your business. But, overnight sealcoating can cause problems that you might not have considered.  In fact, it could cause even more disruptions for you. To ensure quality results, you should have your parking lot sealcoated during the day. Read More 

4 Issues To Address When Initially Paving A Commercial Parking Lot

7 December 2022
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Whenever anyone is planning parking lot paving work, it's wise to try to anticipate as many potential long-term problems as possible. This gives them a chance to talk with the contractors and devise better solutions. Commercial customers should be especially aware of this, so take a look at how your business can address four issues before paving a parking lot. Heavy Vehicles Even an occasional visit by a heavy vehicle can do lots of damage to a paved surface. Read More 

How To Repair And Protect Your Business Sidewalks From Deicing Products

22 November 2022
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Removing snow and ice off of your business's sidewalks is important to protect your customers and employees from slips and falls. However, some businesses may rely on deicing salts, which can unfortunately cause concrete scaling. Scaling is the cracking and flaking of surface concrete due to the cycle of freezing and thawing, as well as the use of deicers. Take a look at how scaling damages can be fixed and how to prevent future issues. Read More 

Dos And Don’ts For Your New Asphalt Parking Lot

2 November 2022
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A new asphalt parking lot is an investment, and chances are you want to protect this investment. The following are a few dos and don'ts that will prolong the life of the asphalt, which will save your company money over time.  Do Restrict Weight for Awhile Although asphalt can usually be driven on within a day or two of installation, it can take several months to fully cure. Allowing heavy vehicles to drive on the asphalt too soon can lead to ruts and waves on the surface. Read More