How To Keep Your Asphalt Free From Crack And Pothole Damage

Posted on: 16 October 2017

Maintaining your asphalt pavement is important to help it last as long as possible and get the most use from it before you need to resurface it. Here are some tips to help you repair your paved asphalt surface to keep it maintained. Fill Cracks As your asphalt ages under the exposure of the sun and weather, the surface of your asphalt will begin to dry out and crack. As these cracks form, debris can collect within them allowing vegetation to grow, and moisture falls into them to freeze in winter, both causing your cracks to become larger.
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3 Ways To Take Care Of Your Asphalt Driveway This Fall

Posted on: 13 October 2017

Fall is the perfect time of year to take care of your asphalt driveway. This fall, you should pressure wash your driveway, fill in any cracks and get your asphalt driveway sealcoated before winter sets in. Taking these steps will help protect your asphalt driveway from wear and tear and will extend your asphalt's driveway's overall life.  #1 Pressure Wash Your Driveway It is a good idea to pressure wash your driveway a couple of times a year.
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3 Things You Must Do To Keep Your Asphalt Parking In Good Condition For Years To Come

Posted on: 23 September 2017

Your parking lot is an investment. As such, you need to make sure you do everything you can to maintain it so it can continue giving you returns for years to come. Don't neglect your parking lot. You can easily avoid the need for constant repairs to it if you do a few things to keep it in good condition. 1. Keep Your Parking Lot Clean Simply keeping your parking lot free of garbage and debris will go a long way towards maintaining its longevity.
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Are You Accidentally Destroying Your New Driveway?

Posted on: 15 September 2017

After your first smooth drive up your black, sleek new driveway, you'll be happy that you took the time and made the investment. After a few more trips, however, getting used to the new landscape could mean you start behaving in the same old ways. You might start to accidentally destroy your driveway without even noticing. Do any of these things sound familiar? You're Not Cleaning It A few dead leaves or a small oil spill aren't going to ruin a new driveway, right?
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