Asphalt Paving Blog

How to Budget for Asphalt Repaving for A Parking Lot or Playground

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Aug 10, 2016

Repaving the asphalt in your parking lot or playground is a significant project that can come with an even more significant price tag. 

Luckily, careful planning and preventative maintenance can keep both your asphalt pavement and your budget in good shape.

How often should you budget for a repaving project?

4 Essential Steps For School Parking Lot Repairs and Repaving

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Jul 16, 2015

School may be out for the summer, but it is the perfect time for schools to consider repaving and repairing the school parking lot. Large paving projects, like parking lots, require a number of keys factors to ensure the best results: expert contractors for time and project management; a contractor with a thorough understanding of the best solutions for the project and the best materials for the job; and lastly, a maintenance plan to keep the school lot looking its best.

Top 3 Asphalt Parking Lot Preventative Maintenance Tips To Save You Money

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Apr 14, 2015

Your asphalt parking lot isn’t likely the most glamorous aspect of your business, but it does present an opportunity to make a great first impression and save you money. In fact, taking preventative steps to maintain your parking lot can save you a lot of money in repair costs and keep your parking lot looking great for years to come.

Ridgewood Baptist Church receives a reconstructed and repaved asphalt parking lot - Wolf Paving (Case Study)

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Nov 25, 2014

Ridgewood Baptist Church, located in Brookfield, was looking for some help with construction and re-paving on their parking lot. Marty Marks of Ridgewood Baptist Church approached Wolf Paving with the goal of having their worn-out parking lot reconstructed, which involves removing the top layer of asphalt and the subgrade, regrading the area, adding additional sub-layer materials and paving the surface with new asphalt.

3 Causes of Unstable Soil (And How to Fix It)

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Aug 5, 2014

When starting a paving project, you never know what you may run into. Situations can occur where once the excavation has started, the soil, or base, below the old asphalt is too soft and unstable. Because of this, simply paving new asphalt on top of the base is not an option anymore and a new asphalt solution needs to be explored.