Your asphalt driveway works hard for you every day of the year, so shouldn't you provide it with the proper care, too? Asphalt driveway maintenance and care varies with the seasons. To keep yours in great shape and ensure any issues are dealt with quickly, adhere to these asphalt care tips for each season. Spring Spring tends to be a wet and rainy season. While your asphalt is made to withstand the elements, having moisture trapped against it for too long a period of time can cause accelerated deterioration.
5 May 2017
If you own a home with a long driveway, then you have a lot of options to consider when getting the driveway paved. If you have children, then you know that the driveway area will commonly be used for all types of activities. One of the main options that paving contractors can provide you with is an asphalt driveway. Asphalt materials have several advantages when used in driveways. Learning about the different functions can help you understand your options and select the best choices for your home.
6 February 2017
If you're a new property owner, you've probably got big plans for that parking lot. But you'll want to keep a few things in mind for the after care. From planning the actual parking spaces to long-term maintenance, here's what you need to do in order to be the envy of the block and save yourself from preventable repairs. Schedule Regular Maintenance It's been estimated that in the first ¾ of your parking lot's life, the condition and quality of the surface will decrease about 40%.
12 July 2016
You know how weather can take its toll on your parking lot, but did you know that water is the biggest contributor to damage? In fact, a parking lot that's covered in water only 10% of the time will see its lifespan potentially cut in half. Fortunately, you can take steps to protect your investment against threats to its integrity. If you want to get the maximum life out of your asphalt parking lot, here are four ways that you can shield it from the ill effects of rain, snow, and sleet.
29 June 2016
If you are the parent of a die-hard figure skater or hockey player, chances are that you spend a lot of time at the rink so your child can practice in between their lessons. Instead, they can practice in your backyard! Build an outdoor rink for inline skating by installing an asphalt surface. That way, they can practice at any time. Here's what you need to know to install an outdoor inline skating rink.
27 June 2016