Customers Not Showing Up Like They Used To: How To Make Your Business Look More Appealing
26 August 2017
If your business isn't as busy as it used to be, and you're not attracting as many new customers anymore, it might have something to do with your current curb appeal. People have a lot of choices when it comes to spending their money. Many people would prefer shopping somewhere that it appealing to the eye. If you haven't updated the appearance of your building in a while, or invested in some intense renovations, you could be losing money and customers.
A Few Reasons Why You Need To Keep Up With Sealcoating Your Asphalt Parking Lot
25 August 2017
If you have a business with an asphalt parking lot, it can be tempting to forego having it sealcoated every couple of years to save money if it is not looking bad. However, the truth is this is the best time to have it sealed. If there are cracks or hole, you will need to have them filled before you can have the sealant applied. If you are thinking about waiting another year, consider the following before you make the final decision:
4 Reasons To Have Sealcoating Applied To Your Parking Lot On A Regular Basis
23 August 2017
Putting in an asphalt parking lot is a major investment for your company so you want the lot to last as long as possible. To do that, you should have a sealcoat applied every few years. Paying for sealcoating saves money over the years because it slows down the aging of your lot and helps prevent the need for major repairs. Here is a look at the benefits of sealcoating your parking lot.
How To Use Cold Patch Pavement Mix In The Winter
25 November 2014
Winter can be hard on asphalt pavement. Melting snow and rain gets into cracks where it freezes and expands causing the cracks to get even bigger. Water can also get under the asphalt and drain away the ground underneath the pavement – this leads to the fracturing of the asphalt and the creation of pot holes. Winter temperatures are typically too cold in many regions to pour a hot pavement mix – outside temperature should be at least 50 degrees Fahrenheit for the paving mix to bond well with the existing asphalt pavement, but you can temporarily repair potholes and large cracks with a cold patch pavement mix.