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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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Don’t Wait Until Spring: 4 Important Reasons To Pave Your Asphalt Driveway This Winter

If your asphalt driveway is looking a bit worse for wear, it might be time to have it repaved. Now that winter is here, you might think that it's too late to pave your driveway. However, that's not necessarily the case. If the weather is still relatively dry, and you haven't experienced any snow yet, you still have time to have your asphalt paved. This is especially true if you're dealing with extenuating circumstances. Read More 

3 Types Of Driveway Cracks That Need Professional Repair

Asphalt is a great material for residential driveways. An asphalt driveway installed correctly will look great, be affordable, and remain reliable over time. Although asphalt is a durable material, it is not designed to be impervious to all types of damage. Cracks are a common problem homeowners face when maintaining their asphalt driveways. Here are three types of driveway cracks that should always be quickly repaired by a professional to avoid serious asphalt damage over time. Read More 

Recommendations For Your Property’s Pavement Installation For Long-Lasting Wear

Whether you have a large or small home in a rural or urban area, you are going to want a good pavement installed on your property to improve its use and value. But when you consider installing an asphalt surface, be sure you choose the right install process and pavement features that are going to provide you with a durable and long-lasting surface that looks great as well. Here are some recommendations to help you when installing a new asphalt driveway or parking area. Read More 

5 Benefits Of Asphalt Parking Lot Crack Repair

A few cracks on an asphalt parking lot may seem minor, but they can quickly balloon into major issues if you don't act promptly. It's almost always a good idea to have even small cracks repaired immediately 1. Base Damage Prevention A crack in the asphalt can allow water to seep deeply into the paving until it reaches the base below. This can spell trouble since water can eat away at the base material and compromise the paving in the entire lot. Read More 

How Asphalt Recycling Is Improving Road Conditions And Reducing Maintenance Costs

Asphalt pavement recyclers are commonly used to recycle large amounts of the road surface. Repaving highways and other long sections of roads can be expensive, and grinding the road surface and reusing the asphalt can offset the cost, making the process more efficient. Asphalt Recycling Recycling asphalt on-site is an excellent way to remove and replace the road surface with the same asphalt that you are taking from the road. This process is a good option for long, open roads that need grinding two or more inches before resurfacing. Read More