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Wisconsin's Top Rated Hunt Club Chooses Wolf Paving - CASE STUDY

Posted by Jeff Coon on Jan 13, 2012

Milford Hills Hunt Club is the leading hunt club in Wisconsin with a proud 5-star rating. Located in Johnson Creek, Wisconsin, they have been serving Milwaukee, Madison, and surrounding areas for 17 years with over 400 acres of land. More than just a hunt club, they host many corporate and special events, as wells as weddings and celebrations. The club also has a full restaurant and bar open to the public.

Beware the Color of Black Ice - A Clear and Slippery Danger!

Posted by Jeff Coon on Jan 9, 2012

Everyone remembers that scene in Disney’s Bambi where he skids around on ice while his rabbit friend laughs. The scene is very cute, but it belies reality: ice is extremely dangerous, causing many injuries and accidents each winter. 

3 Ways to Benefit from Professional Snow Removal

Posted by Jeff Coon on Dec 9, 2011

Nothing stops Old Man Winter from reminding you of his existence, and he doesn't choose the most pleasant tactics! Those wintry reminders can be burdensome for you as a business owner as you try to keep your lots and sidewalks safe. Here are three more reasons to seriously consider professional snow management instead.

A First Class Tennis Court Construction Project for Pewaukee Schools [Case Study]

Posted by Jeff Coon on Aug 19, 2011

"I did a final inspection on the courts on July 8, 2011, and I have to say that this was a first-class tennis court project."

Sealcoating Your Asphalt Driveway - An Overview

Posted by Jeff Coon on Apr 28, 2011

It's getting to be that time of the year again, time to sealcoat your driveway. After the wear and tear from the winter weather, your driveway needs some attention. Cracks begin appearing in your asphalt driveway and need repairing. If these cracks are not filled, they will soon widen and deepen allowing water into the base, damaging the load capacity, which can lead to the need for a new driveway. In order to avoid damage like this, a "protective-coating" must be put in place. This is where sealcoating comes into play.