Things Homeowners Should Know About Resurfacing Pavement

15 April 2018
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Ensuring that your pavement is properly maintained will likely require you to have some minor and major repairs done to it. However, you may not have all of the information that you need when it comes to meeting this need of your pavement. How Does Resurfacing Differ From Replacing The Pavement? Resurfacing can be a very cost-effective solution for addressing numerous problems with the pavement. Some homeowners will assume that resurfacing is the same as replacing the paved surface, but there is an important difference. Read More …

Three Ways To Protect Your Driveway In The Winter

24 January 2018
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The winter months and the weather conditions that they bring can wreak havoc on all exterior surfaces, and your driveway is no exception. Cold weather and heavy snowfall can make structural damage to your driveway a very real possibility. Fortunately, there are a few different things that you can do to ensure that your driveway stays in good condition until the warm weather returns. Repairs The first thing that you should do to prepare your driveway for the winter months is to have any physical damage, like cracks and potholes, repaired before the snow actually falls. Read More …

How To Maintain Two Attractive Home Paving Options

23 January 2018
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There are many paving and surfacing options available for adding traction to, reducing mud, and improving your dirt-covered yard. Here are some details about keeping your gravel or asphalt paved surface looking nice and keeping it maintained. Gravel Driveway A gravel driveway in front of your home provides a low-cost, dirt- and mud-free parking and drive surface with a uniform and attractive appearance. A durable gravel driveway should be made up of several inches of gravel. Read More …

Pavement Repair And Sealing Techniques For Your Used Car Lot

23 January 2018
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If you recently purchased a used car lot and would like to complete some cosmetic upgrades before opening for business, the following pavement repair and sealing techniques can be utilized. Afterward, hang colorful banners or streamers around the perimeter of the lot to attract the attention of people who are looking for a secondhand car to purchase. Supplies push broom power washer water hose detergent scrub brush mop pavement patch trowel shovel metal skimmer pavement sealant weighted waterproof cloths wide, shallow tray thick-napped roller cover roller frame handle scrubbing pad banners and streamers twine Empty, Clean, And Repair The Lot Read More …

3 Tips To Improve The Quality Of Your Asphalt Paving Job

23 January 2018
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If you have an asphalt paving job to do, there are a few things that you can do to make sure that the job goes well and that the paving job is as high-quality as possible. You need to make sure that you set up a good base, have a drainage plan in place, and use the right mixture of asphalt based on your climate. Set Up a Good Base Read More …

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After struggling for years with a crumbly front walk and driveway, I realized that there were some issues that I could probably have a paving contractor resolve. I talked with him about what I could do to make things better, and he encouraged me to look into ripping it out and getting it completely replaced. Although it was quite a paving project, things moved along quite well, and before I knew it, my entire yard looked a lot better. Check out this website for awesome information about paving and making things right. You won't regret making a few positive changes.

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