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Asphalt Paving Blog

Five Enemies of Asphalt Pavement And How To Fight Them Off

Posted by Jacob Mrugacz on Sep 13, 2019

Asphalt pavement is a highly durable paving solution for driveways, parking lots and roadways, but it does have its kryptonite. In fact, I’d argue that there are five main enemies of asphalt paving. But don’t fret, for every asphalt enemy there is a Wolf Paving solution that will come to the rescue!

9 Important Asphalt Paving Budget Tips for Property Managers

Posted by Jacob Mrugacz on Jun 14, 2019

If your parking lot is fading, crumbling or full of potholes, you may be wondering how to fit repair and resurfacing into your already tight property budget. Don’t worry, establishing a realistic parking lot maintenance budget doesn’t need to be painful.

3 Signs Your Parking Lot Sewer Drain or Manhole Needs Repair

Posted by Jacob Mrugacz on Jun 5, 2019

To avoid costly repair and liability issues, a property manager’s, facilities manager’s and business owner’s exterior maintenance plan should include regular audits of all the property’s sewer drains and utility holes. Sewer drains and manholes can be found in parking lots, basements, backyards and alleys and with proper maintenance, may last a lifetime. Even with long-lasting characteristics, exposure to outdoor elements plays a role in the lifespan of drains and manholes that are both susceptible to deterioration.

Asphalt Pavement Spring Maintenance Checklist

Posted by Jacob Mrugacz on Apr 18, 2019

Asphalt pavement can provide many years of service and durability if it is properly maintained. As the weather warms and the snow begins to melt, it is a good idea to walk the surface of your asphalt pavement to examine any changes or problems areas.

How to Remove Tough Stains from Your Asphalt Driveway

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Mar 6, 2019

Here in Wisconsin, we know how important it is to get repairs and maintenance done before the winter weather hits. Once the snows start falling, it's virtually impossible to do any outside work, especially once the temperatures head below zero.