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A Guide To Replacing Parking Lot Gravel With Asphalt

28 December 2017
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Very few businesses can actually afford to have an asphalt parking lot up front. In fact, most businesses may actually just have a gravel lot until they can afford to use asphalt or even concrete on the parking lot. After a while, your customers may start to complain about your gravel parking lot. The stones can become loose, and then your parking lot becomes a safety hazard. Then, customers may complain that they get gravel in their vehicles. Read More …

The Importance Of Patching Concrete Cracks

27 December 2017
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If you have concrete around your house, whether it is on the sidewalk or wall, you are going to be all too familiar with cracking. Concrete cracks are pretty much unavoidable, especially when laid on top of soil. Even a thick slab of concrete is no match for shifting soil. Soil shifting is the main cause of concrete cracks. Why Cracks Need to Be Repaired Most cracking is minor and it is not going to really have an effect on the structural strength of your concrete, besides the fact that it is going to be visible and unsightly. Read More …

Insight To Help You Plan And Install For Your Next Asphalt Driveway

27 December 2017
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Planning and building the installation of an asphalt-paved driveway makes the difference in your driveway's ability to provide you with a strong surface. Here are some tips to remember when you hire out or install the work for your next asphalt driveway. Ensure Foundation Durability Before your asphalt is installed, you should take time to make sure the base of your asphalt is to be supported with a durable layer of angular gravel or crushed, recycled concrete. Read More …

Three Ways To Ensure That Sealcoating On Your Driveway Has Time To Dry Properly

27 December 2017
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Sealcoating your driveway every few years can help to make it last as long as it possibly can. It is important to protect the driveway for a few days after the sealcoating is done so that it has time to penetrate the surface of the driveway. The following guide walks you through a few ways you can ensure nothing goes onto the driveway until the sealcoating is completely dry. Block the End of the Driveway Read More …

Driveway Developing Small Cracks? Follow These Steps

27 December 2017
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When new, an asphalt driveway looks smooth, black, and luxurious. Sadly, it won't stay looking that way forever. After a few years of use, it will probably begin developing small, winding cracks. It is at this stage of wear that you need to take action. You can hire an asphalt maintenance company to come fill the cracks and seal the driveway, but if you are handy and don't mind getting your hands dirty, the work is not too difficult to do yourself! 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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