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How much time do you think you spend on pavement each day? You have to count all the time you're driving — unless you're driving on dirt roads. You also have to count the time you spend walking across parking lots. Pavement is really important. That much is clear. Since pavement is so important, we thought we would start a blog to write a little more about pavement and pavement contractors. They deserve mention, too. They have a hard job and one that requires quite a lot of skill. We'll explain some of the skill behind pavement work on this blog, and we'll also dive into other related topics.

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5 Asphalt Seal Coating Questions First-Time Homeowners Need Answers To
30 June 2022

What do you need to know about asphalt seal coatin

5 Types Of Residential Asphalt Paving Repairs You Might Need
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As a homeowner, you want your residential property

Why Should You Use Warehouse Floor Epoxy Lining?
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Your warehouse's flooring surface can enhance prod

5 Commercial Paving Services You Need In Your Factory
6 June 2022

Commercial paving is one thing that many businesse

3 Options For Dealing With An Old Asphalt Driveway
31 May 2022

If your driveway detracts from the curb appeal of

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5 Asphalt Seal Coating Questions First-Time Homeowners Need Answers To

What do you need to know about asphalt seal coating? You're a new homeowner with an old asphalt driveway. Take a look at the top questions that first-time homeowners have about asphalt, seal coating, repairs, and routine driveway maintenance.  What Is Seal Coating? As the name implies, seal coating is a coat (or layer) that helps to seal an asphalt driveway. This thin liquid membrane goes on top of existing asphalt and may prevent damage from the sun (UV rays), rain, snow, other types of weather, or some types of chemicals that may leak onto the driveway. Read More 

5 Types Of Residential Asphalt Paving Repairs You Might Need

As a homeowner, you want your residential property to have the best curb appeal. One of the first things visitors see is your parking lot or driveway, so keeping it in good condition is vital. That means having it maintained and repaired as needed. Potholes, cracks, and other asphalt paving damages make your property look neglected. There are different types of residential paving repairs, and the best option for your property will depend on the condition of your asphalt pavement and your budget. Read More 

Why Should You Use Warehouse Floor Epoxy Lining?

Your warehouse's flooring surface can enhance productivity and safety and minimize operational costs. One of the most suitable surfacing options is epoxy lining. It uses a synthetic rubber material made from a mixture of epoxy and polyamine to form a single mesh. Epoxy linings are placed on top of the floor's concrete surface. Below are the reasons to consider epoxy lining.  A Durable Option  Epoxy has several features that make it the most suitable flooring material for your warehouse. Read More 

5 Commercial Paving Services You Need In Your Factory

Commercial paving is one thing that many businesses take for granted. They assume it's something that only needs to be done once, and then they can forget about it. But the truth is, commercial paving is an important part of running a business. It's not just about creating a nice-looking surface; it's also about protecting your property and ensuring the safety of your employees and customers. Here are five reasons why you need commercial paving services in your factory. Read More 

3 Options For Dealing With An Old Asphalt Driveway

If your driveway detracts from the curb appeal of your property because it's faded or has alligator crumbling, you may wonder what you can do to make it look better. In addition to making the asphalt look better, you also want to repair cracks and holes so deterioration stops and you get a longer life from the asphalt. Talk to an asphalt paving contractor to find out what options you have. Read More