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Asphalt Paving Blog

Two Big Reasons Property Managers Can Save Time and Money By Installing An Asphalt Parking Lot

Posted by Sean Wolf on Dec 17, 2018

As a building owner or property manager, you already have many responsibilities to think about. Having a functional and safe parking lot isn't something you need to be stressing about. Why not install an asphalt parking lot and check it off your list of worries? After all, it’s better for your customers and for you!

8 Easy Ways to Improve Business Curb Appeal

Posted by Sean Wolf on Dec 3, 2018

Customers start making judgements the minute they see your building, and you guessed it, your pavement. What does your business exterior say about you? As a business owner, it’s important to be sending the right image to potential customers. Every little detail adds to the full picture you’re trying to paint of your business and you should be taking every advantage presented to you.

Concrete Parking Lot vs. Asphalt Parking Lot: Pros and Cons

Posted by Sean Wolf on Jul 10, 2018

If you are getting ready to update your business or municipal building with a new parking lot, you have a lot of choices to make.

One of the first and most important decisions is what material to use - asphalt or concrete?

Both of these materials have advantages and disadvantages.

Planning For An Asphalt Pavement Project

Posted by Sean Wolf on May 25, 2018

Wouldn’t it be great if big projects took care of themselves? Getting new asphalt pavement installed or repaired can feel like a lot, but when you break it up into five easy steps it suddenly becomes a lot more manageable.

Why Sealcoating Asphalt is Essential

Posted by Sean Wolf on May 11, 2018

Asphalt leaves your pavement with a strikingly black color that greatly contributes to the overall beauty and value of your property. Unfortunately, this beautiful dark color only lasts a short time, as weather and heavy use begin to take its toll and eventually render it a concrete-gray.