Protecting Your Asphalt

Asphalt is one of the best materials for paving. Pavement that has been laid properly can last for years. The limestone aggregate and the bitumen have many different qualities that make it perfect for parking lots and roads. It can flex with weather conditions and it is simply a durable material. No matter how well it is laid, there are going to be problems that arise, and when those problems come up it is best to take care of them as soon as possible. Read More 

What To Expect When You Have Your Old Asphalt Driveway Replaced Or Restored

A new asphalt driveway improves the appearance of your property and makes a good first impression on guests as they approach your house. If your driveway is old, it is probably faded and stained. It may even have cracks and holes in it. A contractor may be able to repair your existing driveway and make it look like new or you may need your old driveway torn out and replaced. Here's how the process works. Read More 

Tips For Preparing Your Asphalt Playground’s Surface For Decorative Painting

If your school's staff has decided to tackle the project of painting some colorful designs on its playground's asphalt surface for the kids to enjoy, then there are a few things you can do to make the project a success. Whether you plan to simply paint some hopscotch game designs on the asphalt or a more complicated mural, preparing the asphalt's surface is vital to ensure that the paint will adhere correctly. Read More 

Three Tips To Use To Make Your Business As Safe As It Can Be Before You Open The Doors For The First Time

When you purchase a property to use for your business, you need to do everything that you can to make sure that the property is safe to use. You do not want a customer to accidentally get hurt while they are in your store or while they are attempting to get into your store from the parking lot. The guide below walks you through a few things you can do to ensure that your business is as safe as it can be for all of your customers. Read More 

Three Mistakes That Can Ruin A Concrete Driveway

When putting in a new concrete paved driveway, your goal is likely to keep it in good condition for as long as possible. Fortunately, durable concrete can last quite a long time with proper care. There are a few things that can damage it, though. Avoiding the following mistakes will help prolong the life of your driveway. #1: Ignoring fluid leaks One of the quickest ways to ruin your paving is to allow fluid to leak from your car. Read More