Preparation Steps For Getting A New Asphalt Driveway

If your property needs a new driveway, you'll need to decide on the material you'll use and select a contractor. There are also a few other steps to take before the work can begin. Here's a look at how to prepare to get a new asphalt driveway installed.  Meet With An Asphalt Paving Contractor Once you decide to choose asphalt for your driveway, you'll want to meet with an asphalt paving contractor and explain your needs. Read More 

How To Make Sure You Have A Perfect Asphalt Paving Driveway

Are you planning to have an asphalt driveway installed or replaced? If you are, then you will want to make sure that it is done correctly and that the end result is a perfect asphalt paving driveway. To help ensure this, there are five specific factors that you should keep in mind. These five factors are listed below for your convenience. 1. The Base One of the most important aspects of any asphalt paving job is the base. Read More 

Decorative Concrete Options For Your Business

Concrete flooring and paving can be common sights on commercial properties. While concrete can be a durable and affordable material for a range of paving projects, there are options that you can use to still create an attractive look for the property. Staining The Concrete One reason that a person may assume that concrete will be a bland aesthetic choice for their floors or sidewalks can be due to the assumption that it will always be a very bland grey color. Read More 

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