How To Maintain Your Asphalt Pavement This Summer

Posted on: 10 July 2020

Depending on your location, the summer temperatures can get up into the high 90s or the low 100s—possibly even higher. If you are unable to stand to be outside for an extended period of time, consider how your asphalt pavement feels. That intense heat can take a huge toll on its surface. To ensure that your asphalt driveway lasts for years to come, keep the following tips in mind this summer.
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Keys To Getting The Asphalt Paving Work That You Need

Posted on: 3 December 2019

When you are trying to get the best from your home paving, it's crucial that you work with professionals that can help you get results. By talking to some paving professionals, they will help you with your asphalt paving and any type of work you need. Whether you are looking into a driveway installation or a brand-new patio, it's important that you hire some asphalt paving contractors that can assist you with whichever project you choose to take on.
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An Easy Way To Reduce The Heat Island Effect

Posted on: 9 September 2019

No matter what you think about climate change, you can't deny that standing in a huge parking lot can feel a lot hotter than standing on a grassy field. That's the heat island effect at work on a small scale. Over a large area and over time, all the pavement in the area can absorb and then ooze enough heat to make the air feel much hotter than in surrounding areas.
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3 Benefits Of A Concrete Parking Lot

Posted on: 11 September 2018

When you decided to install a parking lot on your commercial property, it was probably your first instinct to call an asphalt paving company. After all, most of the parking lots that you have seen and used have probably been paved with asphalt. Concrete is another ideal choice for parking lots, and it's arguable that it might even be better. Here are some reasons why a concrete parking lot might be better for your commercial property.
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