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Asphalt Paving Blog

A Complete Winter Survival Kit for Your Car

Posted by Jacob Mrugacz on Jan 17, 2020

You can never know what a Wisconsin winter will bring, it's best always to be prepared.

Most Wisconsinites are no stranger to the winter emergency kit, kept in the backseat or trunk. Even though the need for these kits are far and few between, when the need does arise, they could very well save your life. Or at least, help you avoid being stranded, cold, and annoyed.

So, where do you start when building your winter emergency kit? Many kits can be pre-bought, but most people have what they need lying around the house and can build their own kit pretty quickly.

3 Facts Every Business Should Know: Asphalt Parking Lot Installation

Posted by Sean Wolf on Jan 8, 2020

Any business owner will tell you that first impressions are an essential part of drawing in new customers. What does your current parking lot say about your business?

Wolf Paving: Your One Stop For All Your Asphalt Paving Needs

Posted by Jacob Mrugacz on Dec 20, 2019

Businesses come and go in America. It's the nature of a country that's continuously changing and growing. It's rare to see a company last long enough to establish true expertise in a field, but that's what you get from Wolf Paving. We've been around for over 75 years, and we've been focused on one business plan that entire time:

Learn the Effects Snowy Weather has on Asphalt Pavement

Posted by Sean Wolf on Dec 13, 2019

Beneath the layers of snow, ice, and salt on your asphalt surface what will you find?

Will it look like new, or could you find crumbling, cracks, and potholes? Are you concerned about your asphalt pavement surface and the effect of winter taking a toll on the structural integrity and longevity of your investment?

Protect Your Asphalt Pavement From Winter Weather With These 6 Tips

Posted by Sean Wolf on Dec 5, 2019

You might be surprised to learn that it is not necessarily the harsh cold temperatures that can negatively impact your asphalt surface. It is actually the freeze-thaw cycle that happens continuously all winter long.