Having A New Commercial Parking Lot Installed? 2 Tips To Keep It In Good Condition

17 December 2020
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If you are having a new commercial parking lot installed for your business, you know how expensive this can be. Because of this, you need to learn how to take care of your new paved parking lot so it will last a long time for you. Below are two tips on how you can do this. Inspect Your Parking Lot Inspect your parking lot on a regular basis, especially if you have a lot of customers that drive in and out. Read More 

How Making Regular Use Of Commercial Paving Services Can Benefit Your Business

26 October 2020
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Whether your business has a parking lot in front of its building or store or a variety of sidewalks and other pathways across a large campus, the integrity and appearance of your asphalt, concrete, and other pavement materials should be important to you as a business owner. When it comes time to perform maintenance, repairs, or replacement on your existing pavement, make sure you are relying on a professional to get the job done. Read More 

Choosing An Asphalt Contractor For Your Paving Needs

19 October 2020
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Asphalt contractors offer a variety of services, including asphalt installation, asphalt sealing, asphalt patching, and asphalt resurfacing to meet the asphalt paving needs of businesses and homeowners in different locations. Before you can hire one for your project, you need to ascertain if they're the right professional for the job. Matching the right asphalt contractor to your needs will ensure a successful project outcome. Here are some essential tips to use when choosing an asphalt contractor for your needs. Read More 

Why You Want To Pave Your Dirt Parking Lot

8 October 2020
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If you have a dirt parking lot for your customers, then it's important for you to have it paved. If you haven't already given it thought as to why you should pave it, then read more about the advantages you would get after choosing to have the parking lot paved. Pavement prevents worries about dirty cars No one will appreciate needing to drive their clean car through a dirt parking lot to get to a business location. Read More 

Everything You Need To Know About An Asphalt Driveway

12 August 2020
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Asphalt first came to America in the 1870s and has been covering our roads, driveways, and parking lots every since. in fact, it is estimated that 94 percent of the paved roads here as made with asphalt sealing.  What is asphalt? Asphalt, or bitumen, is a semi-solid form of petroleum. The sticky, black substance is mixed with aggregate (gravel) and used to pave solid surfaces.  What is the difference between asphalt and blacktop? Read More