Installing a new asphalt driveway is a great improvement project for your home. But you need to make sure you plan for an installation at the right time of year and keep up on its maintenance all year long. Here are some recommendations to help install your new paving project and keep up on its maintenance for an ideal and long-lasting surface. Consider the Weather Before you make plans for a new asphalt driveway installation on your property, you should make sure you have the right weather conditions for the project.
30 December 2020
Not all asphalt parking lot problems can be easily repaired. If your lot is suffering any of the following problems, you may need to have the old lot removed and a new one installed. 1. Extensive Cracks Certain types of cracks are symptomatic of major issues with the paving. Generally, if a network of cracks forms, similar to a web or net in appearance, then patching the cracks won't solve the problem.
8 October 2020
Having a stamped concrete patio installed on your property can be a great way to add style and elegance to your outdoor entertainment space. Specifically, stamped concrete refers to concrete that has been imprinted or textured to mimic the appearance of stone, brick, or other material--often at a fraction of the price. Whether you've recently purchased a home with a stamped concrete patio or are thinking about having one installed on your property, knowing how to care for stamped concrete is a must.
29 July 2020
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