How Long Does Line Striping Last?
Here is what you need to know about how long line striping lasts, what can cause it to fade faster, and whether or not there is anything you can do to help it last longer. Let’s dive into it!Read More →
How To Improve Your School Parking Lot’s Safety With Asphalt Maintenance
It’s back-to-school season, which means that it’s essential to ensure that your school’s parking lot is in good condition. A well-maintained school parking lot is essential for the safety of students and to ensure a smoother traffic flow. School parking lot safety is a key component of maintaining a safe school environment, yet school parking lots are often overlooked, either because of budgetary constraints, understaffing, or simple oversight.Read More →
What Is The Difference Between Crack Filling And Crack Sealing?
Crack filling and crack sealing are often used interchangeably, so many people don’t realize that there’s actually a difference between crack filling and crack sealing. Both crack filling and crack sealing work as a solution to keep cracks in your asphalt from spreading and minimizing damage. However, depending on the type of cracks your asphalt has, you’ll likely be better off with one or the other. It’s important to take care of any cracks in your asphalt as soon as possible before they get the chance to spread or dirt and debris get into them, both of which can cause you to need entirely new asphalt.Read More →
4 Important Summer Asphalt Maintenance Tips
Summer heat can cause issues with your asphalt, just like winter cold and ice can. That’s why it’s important to stay on top of your summer asphalt maintenance, so that you can keep your asphalt in good condition for longer periods of time. Staving off repairs through proper maintenance both saves you money and increases the longevity and appeal of your asphalt, regardless of whether it’s your driveway, a parking lot, or a road.Read More →
Can You Seal The Gap Between Concrete And Asphalt?
You know that gap between your driveway and your garage floors? Or between your driveway and the sidewalks and paths around your property? Many homeowners wonder if you can seal the gap between concrete and asphalt to improve the aesthetic appeal of their home. You’ll be pleased to learn that yes, you can indeed seal the gap between concrete and asphalt. Sealing this gap is important not only to enhance the curb appeal of your home, but also to increase the lifespan of your concrete and your asphalt, as well as to prevent damages.Read More →
How Rain Affects New Asphalt
When asphalt can be paved and the quality you can expect from your new asphalt depends on the weather. In general, professionals will tell you that you need to wait until it’s at least 60 degrees outside and it’s been consistently sunny. Paving during rainy weather is generally a big no-no, due to how rain affects new asphalt. Here’s what you need to know about how rain affects new asphalt and why paving is typically done when it’s warm and sunny.Read More →
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