3 Things You Must Do To Keep Your Asphalt Parking In Good Condition For Years To Come
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.
Are You Accidentally Destroying Your New Driveway?
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?
How To Protect Your Asphalt Driveway From Sun Damage
14 September 2017
If you have recently had an asphalt driveway installed on your property, then you may understand that there are a few things that can cause damage to the surface. Extreme amounts of pressure, ice, and the sun can cause damage. You may not know this, but heat can cause damage as well. If you have been experiencing summers in your area with temperatures that reach up into the triple digits, then it may be time to learn how to protect your driveway from heat damage issues.
How To Prepare Your Asphalt Cracks Before Patching Them
12 September 2017
You might ignore small asphalt cracks when they first appear. But, they longer you leave them alone, the more likely that they will grow and become a bigger headache. That is why it so important to treat and patch small asphalt cracks, even if you aren't immediately worried about how they look. Repairing asphalt cracks is simple work as long as they aren't too big. Your patch will not have much permanence if you don't properly prepare the crack before applying the patch.