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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.


Why Asphalt Parking Lots Are Better

21 January 2020
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If you are going back and forth with a decision regarding whether you want concrete or asphalt used for your parking lot, you'll need to compare them against one another to determine what's going to be the best one for you to choose for your business parking lot. However, many find that asphalt works out the best for their parking lots. Here are some of the reasons why asphalt may be better than concrete for your parking lot. Read More …

Making The Grade: How Paving Contractors Take Land And Turn It Into A Parking Lot

20 January 2020
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If you have never watched a paving contractor's crew take a wooded lot and turn it into a parking lot, you have missed a lot. Contractors have been doing this for decades, and you should see what they can do. Just to get an idea of what to expect, here is how your wooded lot turns into a perfect parking zone.  Trees and Brush Are Cleared The first thing the contractor and his or her crew will do is clear the trees and brush from the landscape. Read More …

Need A New Driveway? Choose Asphalt Pavement

17 January 2020
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If you need a new driveway, you have many options to choose from. One of these options is asphalt pavement. To help you decide if this would be a good option for you, below is information on how this type of driveway is installed, as well as the many benefits it can offer you. Asphalt Pavement Driveway Installation The old driveway is removed, if applicable. The ground is then leveled out. Read More …

Why It’s So Important That You Have Your Asphalt Sealcoated

16 January 2020
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As a homeowner with an asphalt driveway, you will want to make sure that you are doing everything you can to protect that driveway, including making use of sealcoating. If you are not familiar with asphalt sealcoating and why it can be such a good thing to have done, you will want to spend a little time reviewing the following information. The more you learn about why sealcoating is such a good thing to do, the more likely it is that you will want to make sure that you are getting a fresh coat put on about every year. Read More …

How To Handle Cracks In Your Pavement

15 January 2020
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If you want to maximize the life of your asphalt driveway, you need to be able to diagnose the early warning signs of serious structural failure. Recognizing these warning signs early will allow you to invest in repairs before the damage becomes too severe. One of the most troubling warning signs you can spot in your driveway is cracking. Handling cracks properly can make the difference between saving your asphalt and having to remove your driveway and start fresh. Read More …