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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 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 …

Three Signs That You Need To Seal Your Asphalt Driveway

14 January 2020
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Asphalt is naturally somewhat permeable, which means over time moisture seeps into your asphalt driveway and causes the material to break down. In severe cases, this can lead to large cracks, divots, and potholes. An asphalt seal combines asphalt tar and polymers to create a barrier against moisture, as well as other materials that could stain or damage the asphalt. The following can help you determine if it is time to have your asphalt driveway sealed. Read More …

Own A Warehouse? Why You Should Install Warehouse Striping

14 January 2020
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If you own a warehouse you should consider installing warehouse striping if you do not already have this. If you do have this and the striping is faded, you can install warehouse striping over the faded areas. Doing this offers you many benefits when it comes to your warehouse, three of which are listed below. Provides Better Flow of Traffic Because you have a warehouse you likely use forklifts. If so, warehouse striping can make the flow of traffic much better. Read More …

Top Benefits Of Choosing A Concrete Construction Company For Your Commercial Building Project

13 January 2020
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Although you might know that you are ready to start your commercial construction project, you might not be sure of which contractor you want to work with or even what building materials you want to have used. Before you start your project, consider talking to someone from a concrete construction company. If you do so  and if you think a little more about the benefits listed below — then you may find that working with a concrete construction company is the best possible idea when attempting to get a commercial project completed. Read More …