Paving Tips For Commercial And Residential Properties

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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.

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What To Know About Sealcoating Your Driveway

4 February 2020
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Asphalt driveways are popular throughout the country. They are durable, weather-resistant, and attractive. Asphalt is a popular material in areas with large temperatures swings and intense winter weather. It can expand and contract with less cracking than other materials such as concrete. However, it's important to note that asphalt does require maintenance in the form of sealing. Adding a coat of sealant will extend your asphalt's lifespan and keep it looking its best. Read More …

Looking To Hire A Residential Paving Contractor? Three Important Questions To Ask

27 January 2020
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If you are looking to hire a residential paving contractor services company to install a newly paved surface, repair a damaged one or maintain your surface, there are many important questions you need to ask a company. Many people often know to ask if the company is licensed and insured, how much experience they have, and whether they can talk to past clients or references. However, there are also some other important questions to ask that are often overlooked. Read More …

Three Ways To Freshen Up Your Home’s Curb Appeal

24 January 2020
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If you are thinking of selling your home, you will want to look for ways to freshen up your curb appeal. The landscaping and home exterior is the first thing potential buyers will see when they show up to walk through the home. Putting some extra effort into this outdoor space can help you see a return on your investment. Here are three things you should consider tackling before listing your home: Read More …

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 …