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Asphalt Overlay vs Sealcoating for Parking Lots and Driveways: Which is Right for Your Property

There are a number of environmental factors that can lead to the deterioration of the pavement in your parking lot and driveway. This is the perfect time of the year to evaluate and decide what maintenance and repair work is needed for your property. Overlay vs Sealcoating, which process do you need? Sealcoating Sealcoating is … Read More

7 Tips for Preparing Your Driveway for Sealcoating

Maintaining your property and keeping it looking good helps to retain the value and staves off premature wear and tear. If you’re reading this, then you probably already know the benefits of sealcoating your driveway or parking lot every few years. Sealcoating protects the asphalt surface from the elements, lengthens the life of it by … Read More

Driveway and Parking Lot Repairs: Curb Appeal For Quick Sale of Your House or Business

Making the most of a first impression is super important when trying to sell your home or commercial property, as any realtor will advise. It sets the tone for how prospective buyers view your house or business. Although it may, or may not, increase the value of the property, it will certainly add to the … Read More

Seal Coating – Brushing or Spraying: What is the Best Method to Use?

Brushing, Spraying or Both! Either method can be very effective, as long as the job is done correctly and leaves the most sealer on driveway or parking lot. We actually use both methods, and a combination, depending on the job. View Our Process Video If you push too hard on the brush, you can pull … Read More

Are Deicers Safe for Driveways and Walkways

Deicers or snow/ice melting products work by lowering the freezing temperature of water, which causes snow and ice to melt and helps prevent it from refreezing. Some types of ice melting compounds will soak down through thick ice or snow and cause a brine to form at the ground level, making the snow or ice … Read More

8 Benefits of Paving Your Driveway and Parking Lot with Asphalt: Why Consider It For Your Home or Business

If you are a new homeowner, property manager or business owner, or just aren’t satisfied with you’re the current status of your driveway or parking lot, consider the many benefits: 1. Asphalt paved driveways and parking lots increase the value of your property. 2. Customers really appreciate a well-paved parking lot, for its ease. 3. … Read More

Sustainable Asphalt Preservation Techniques You Should Consider

Asphalt preservation treatment techniques are sustainable treatments intended to reduce the effects of damage caused by time and deterioration of a pavement surface layer and consequently the underlying pavement structure; thereby extending the service life and reduce the need to replace your driveway or parking lot often. Each type of pavement strategy requires energy using … Read More

The Importance of Commercial Property and Parking Lot Drainage

Often, during the construction of commercial properties, the drainage parts get overlooked and becomes compromised over time. If the proper planning and attention are not addressed, ponding will occur that can cause the premature decay of your pavement. The after effects from rain, flooding, and hail storms can prove to be a detrimental to your … Read More

Best Practices for Asphalt Paving

The main goal for any asphalt pavement project is to provide a smooth, quiet and safe surface for residential and commercial traffic. Asphalt paving is made from tiny rocks, fine sand, and asphalt cement otherwise known as stone aggregate, which becomes a liquid when hot, gluing it all together. The mixture is then poured out, … Read More

Seal Coating FAQs: The 6 Most Often Asked Questions

1. Why sealcoat pavement driveways and parking lots? Asphalt is made up of stones and fine sands; asphalt cement acts as the glue to hold them together, further providing the pavement with the rich, black color. Unfortunately, over time, the binder begins to oxidize from exposure to the sun, rain, snow, and other elements, thereby … Read More