Spring and early summer is the time to focus on the major parking lot maintenance tasks. The following five-point checklist can help you know what to do to keep your lot in great shape. 1. Deep Clean the Lot Bring in a parking lot sweeper service to deep clean your lot. A sweeper removes not just loose debris and trash, but they also remove stains from oil or winter salt and any chemicals and pollutants that could be eating away at your paving.
14 May 2020
You might have a construction project in mind, and you might be looking for the right construction crew to help you. When you do finally meet with a professional from a construction company, you will probably want to watch out for these three things. Then, you can help improve your chances of hiring a construction company that you can count on during your construction project. 1. Provide References and Information About Their Company
17 October 2019
Having an asphalt driveway installed on your property is an exciting thing. This one change will alter both the functionality and appeal of the property, and you have to be careful about the choices you make. Many homeowners are infatuated with the idea of having a half-circle driveway installed, and it is for good reason. Take a look at some of the pros and cons of these driveways to help you make the best decision.
14 April 2019
If you are thinking that you want to fix the bad looking parking lot, you have outside a commercial property that you own and rent, but you aren't sure if you want to swing the money, talk with the asphalt company in your area to get a quote. You want to find out how much it's going to cost to have all of the damages repaired, and then a new coat of asphalt put on, and know that you are making a great investment for your business.
28 August 2018
If you're thinking about putting in a driveway, then you might be trying to decide if you should choose asphalt or concrete. If you look around at other people's homes, you will probably see that both options are very popular. These are a few signs that asphalt might be the better choice for your project: 1. You Want to Be Able to Use it Immediately If you're hoping that you will be able to use your driveway immediately, you might find that asphalt is a better choice.
26 October 2017
Your driveway will eventually look like it's in disrepair with fading and cracks that have formed over the years. While you can patch problems as they come up, they will only be quick fixes instead of long-term solutions. If the time has come to repave your driveway, you may be looking into more environmentally friendly options for completing this home improvement job. There are two methods you can use that will be more green.
19 July 2017
If you're tired of a dirt or gravel driveway and want to put in something more permanent, asphalt is a good choice. Asphalt can be placed on long driveways with a paving machine, and it can also be put in tight places manually. Paving goes fast and you can usually drive on the asphalt in a couple of days. Most of the hard work required is in building the base. Here is a quick overview of what you can expect if you choose to have a new asphalt driveway installed.
9 June 2017
If you have children who love to play basketball, but do not have a basketball court nearby, you may want to consider having one created for them. Paving contractors can come and lay pavement just about anywhere that you want them to. The guide below walks you through the steps to take to create a one-of-a-kind basketball court for your kids right in your own backyard. Consider the Placement of the Court
30 December 2016
Concrete is a very durable material that is used for a number of different things around your home including your home's foundation, garage floor, and maybe even your porch, patio or driveway/walkway. Just because it's a durable material doesn't mean it won't crack or chip at some point over time. The good news is that it can be repaired, just don't let the cracks and chips to get too out of hand, then you may need to call in a professional.
14 November 2016
With winter coming, you need to make sure that your parking lot is ready for winter. Not only will it save you money to do that, but it also keeps you and your customers safer. There are several things that you should do before the snow flies. Clean Your Parking Lot You want to make sure that all the debris like gravel, trash, pieces of parking lot, and so on cleaned off your parking lot.
1 November 2016