5 Reasons To Choose An Asphalt Overlay

Asphalt driveways can develop cracks, pits, stains, and loose gravel over time, which may lead homeowners to believe the only option is to replace the old drive with new paving. The good news is there is an alternative—the asphalt overlay. An overlay uses the old driveway as a base for a new layer of asphalt, so there is no need to tear out the old driveway and install a new one. Read More 

Asphalt Pavement Resurfacing Procedures

Cracks and holes may form in the top layers of an asphalt parking lot. Patching damaged surfaces can be expensive and may not always provide permanent results. A resurfacing project involves using a milling process to remove the damaged layers of asphalt. Afterward, a coal mixture and fresh asphalt are installed over the base layers. Sealcoating Versus Resurfacing Sealcoating involves adding a protective layer to the surface of the asphalt. A sealcoat product is a protectant that can greatly reduce the amount of damage that pavement undergoes. Read More 

Opening A Commercial Facility? Two Reasons To Invest In Parking Lot Paving

Building a commercial facility gives you lots of options. You likely already have big ideas for what you plan to do with the place and can't wait to get started. While it's definitely important to conduct business in the interior parts of the building, you should also give some thought to how the outer portions will look. Maybe you are thinking of going with a gravel parking lot to save money but this may not be the best choice. Read More 

Paving Your Driveway With Asphalt

Paving the driveway of a home will be one of the most impactful changes that can be made to the landscaping. In addition to being an aesthetic improvement over gravel driveways, this can also be a more functional option. Will You Have to Do Anything to Preserve the Deep Black Color? Asphalt is a popular material for paving parking lots, roads, and driveways. The rich black color of the asphalt is one of the appealing aesthetic options for any paved surface. Read More 

Avoid Expensive Paving Costs by Having an In-Person Exam Done

Getting an inspection done for the front of your home can help a lot with making sure that it's paved in a way that can be accommodating for the driveway to be easy to use. If you want the driveway paved and are concerned with how expensive it can be, it makes sense to get an estimate done so that you won't be shocked when it's time to pay. Consider the following tips for making sure that the cost of updating your driveway won't be too expensive. Read More