Asphalt Paving Blog

How to Prepare Asphalt Pavement for Winter and Snow

Posted by Jacob Mrugacz on Nov 6, 2019

As the cold weather approaches, we often take the time to clean up the exterior of our home or office building and clean up gardens and landscaping, but what about the asphalt pavement?

Like your favorite perennial, your asphalt driveway or asphalt parking lot needs some attention and protective maintenance to prepare for cold weather.

End of Season Asphalt Repairs Can Save Your Municipality Money

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Oct 19, 2016

If you are a municipality or business owner looking to make your winter snow removal and maintenance tasks a lot easier, look down at your asphalt surfaces now, rather than up at the changing season skies. 

How to Budget and Plan for Fall Asphalt Maintenance to Save Money

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Sep 21, 2016

Preventative maintenance in the fall ensures that you won’t be faced with big problems when snow arrives in the coming months.  

Imperative Reasons to Fill Cracks and Potholes Before Winter Hits

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Oct 21, 2015

One of the best things about the Midwest is the changing seasons. However, the soon to be upon us winter weather means that it is time to think about last minute driveway, parking lot and roadway maintenance. Leaving cracks or potholes unfilled for the winter season can be detrimental to your asphalt and increase future expenses. It is important, for the integrity of your asphalt surface and your budget, to be prepared for the impending winter weather and complete repair work before the temperatures start to drop.

Protect your Property through the Plowing Season

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Dec 18, 2012

We talk a lot about the benefits of winter snow plowing and snow removal service.  However, sometimes plowing and snow removal can be hard on a property.  For example, landscaping features can take a real beating, and existing potholes might increase in size from the heavy plowing trucks.  Here are some winter preparation tips to help you make it through the snow removal season without damage.