Asphalt Paving Blog

7 Reasons Why Asphalt is the Preferred Pavement for a Business Parking Lot

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Jan 29, 2018

Looking for practical and cost-efficient way to give your small business an edge? Installing an asphalt parking lot is a great way to take something all businesses need and maxing it out to its full potential. An asphalt parking lot is an investment that will provide you with benefits for years to come, and will pay for itself before you know it!

As we all know, first impressions are an important step in any line of work. Before your customers even set foot into your building they see and drive on your parking lot.

It's Never Too Early To Plan For Your New Asphalt Parking Lot

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Jan 17, 2018

Getting a new parking lot is a big project that makes a big difference for your business. Not only does it give you better curb appeal, but it’s safer for your customers and employees. When you decide to repair your parking lot, or get a new one altogether, you need something that will be constructed durably, timely and within your budget.

How to Repair and Clean Your Parking Lot

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Mar 28, 2017

Regular asphalt parking lot maintenance is vitally important to extend the durability, functionality and curb appeal of your parking lot.

So how should you care for your parking lot?

Simple. Take a look at our ultimate list of parking lot maintenance and cleaning tips below. Our asphalt paving professionals at Wolf Paving have more than 75 years of experience. You can trust our knowledge and expertise when it comes to everything asphalt.

4 Cost Saving Reasons to Repave Your Apartment parking Lot with asphalt

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Oct 25, 2016

As a property manager, you understand the importance of making a great first impression and delighting your tenants so they continue to choose renting and leasing options from you.

Remember that the first impression doesn’t start with a handshake and greeting: the first impression starts the minute people pass your building on the street or turn in your driveway.