3 Benefits Of A Concrete Parking Lot
11 September 2018
When you decided to install a parking lot on your commercial property, it was probably your first instinct to call an asphalt paving company. After all, most of the parking lots that you have seen and used have probably been paved with asphalt. Concrete is another ideal choice for parking lots, and it's arguable that it might even be better. Here are some reasons why a concrete parking lot might be better for your commercial property.
Comparing Concrete and Asphalt Repair
26 March 2018
Repairing asphalt is a little different than repairing concrete. The jobs are similar but different in many ways. That is, in order to patch asphalt cracks, you need to use different products and techniques. Some people mistakenly use the same techniques and crack fillers for both concrete and asphalt repairs. This article looks at the main differences between asphalt and concrete crack repair.
Use the Right Products
Asphalt and concrete crack filler both come in premixed solutions that are sold at most home improvement stores.
What You Should Know About Infrared Asphalt Repair
18 January 2018
You might have heard of infrared asphalt repair or patching as a means to fix damaged and cracked asphalt. This can be done on either your driveway or, in some large cities, the technology is being used to repair highways and other roadways. What should you know about infrared asphalt repair before hiring a contractor to complete it for you?
What Is It?
Infrared asphalt repair is a solution for fixing cracked or damaged asphalt on driveways or on roadways.
Insight To Help You Clean And Repair Asphalt Pavement Damage
14 November 2017
Keeping your asphalt parking lot cleaned up and free of vehicle stains is an important part of keeping your business looking nice to make a good first-impression on new customers. The first impression can affect how they perceive your business, so it is important to keep your building's exterior maintained. Here are some tips to remove and repair vehicle fluid damage to your asphalt.
Clean Up Spots
Periodically check your asphalt parking lot for any types of vehicle fluid spills, such as gasoline, oil, and brake fluid from customer vehicles.