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Paving Tips For Commercial And Residential Properties

If you need a new driveway, sidewalk, or walkway for your home or commercial business property, we're here to help address your concerns. Our educational blog covers paving topics ranging from small residential jobs to large commercial concrete projects. Because most big paving jobs aren't for "do-it-yourselfers," you won't find instructional tutorials on our site explaining how to excavate your backyard or pour a cement driveway. You might, however, discover blog posts providing you with helpful tips on maintaining your concrete driveway and removing oil stains from your newly paved garage floor. You might even find a post or two on the types of municipal permits you or your paving contractor might need if you're planning on undertaking a small paving project at home.


Signs It Is Time to Replace Your Asphalt Parking Lot

19 May 2020
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As a business owner, you have a number of different tasks and issues on your mind, and you may not give your parking lot much thought on a day to day basis. However, your parking lot is one of the first impressions that your customers will have of your business. Because of this, it is important to know the signs that it is time to replace your parking lot. Knowing these signs will allow you to contact an asphalt paving contractor and get your parking lot repaved as soon as possible when issues start to arise. Read More …

Should You Replace Or Resurface Your Parking Lot?

15 May 2020
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Although an asphalt parking lot has a long life expectancy, it will eventually need extensive work. In many cases, you can simply apply a new asphalt layer over the surface, a process called resurfacing, and it's like having a new parking lot. In other cases, though, damages to the old lot will require a full replacement of both the base and asphalt surface. The following can help you decide between resurfacing and full replacement. Read More …

Concrete Yards For Kids

5 May 2020
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When you have very young kids, you may love having a grass yard. You can let them play in the grass while they are unsteady on their feet and not worry that they will crack their head if they lose their balance and fall. However, once your kids get older, the grass will lose its appeal to them, and they will likely start to look for areas around the house with firmer ground. Read More …

Own A Business? 4 Things You Need To Know About Potholes In Your Parking Lot

29 April 2020
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As a business owner, you are going to want to keep your parking lot in nice condition. Keeping your parking lot in good condition will help increase the curb appeal of your business and will help keep your insurance premiums reasonable. As a business owner, there are a few things you need to understand about potholes. Potholes Drive Down the Curb Appeal of Your Business Potholes can decrease the curb appeal of your business, and the curb appeal of your business is important. Read More …

The Downfalls of Concrete Pavers Compared to Asphalt Paving

2 March 2020
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The driveway leading to your home is probably one of the most utilized aspects of the exterior of your property. Therefore, it is important that this property implement is up for heavy usage. You have a lot of options when it comes to driveway materials from concrete slabs to paving stones and asphalt. Concrete paving stones are attractive things, and it is easy to see why people pick them over asphalt sometimes. Read More …