Asphalt Paving Blog

4 Tips to Improving Your Parking Lot Paint Job

4 Tips to Improving Your Parking Lot Paint Job

Your parking lot paint might not be at the top of your mind when business is slow. However, a simple makeover to your lot is a great way to show your customers that you care about quality. A parking lot that looks good and is easy to maneuver around can help your...

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Find the Best Asphalt Contractor for Your Next Project

Find the Best Asphalt Contractor for Your Next Project

Getting the right asphalt contractor can make a big difference for your project. You’ll want someone dependable, experienced and respected. Knowing whom to choose can be difficult. However, there are some signs that can help you navigate the industry. Below are our...

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Best Parking Lot Designs for 2018

Best Parking Lot Designs for 2018

Poor parking lot designs leave drivers irritated, which can result in a loss of sales. Avoid this problem by maximizing your space to alleviate congestion. Mathematicians and engineers have done the work to find the right and wrong ways to design a parking lot. In...

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Asphalt Paving vs. Concrete: Who Wins?

Asphalt Paving vs. Concrete: Who Wins?

Asphalt paving and concrete have both been around for thousands of years. Over that time, their formulas have been refined and improved to create two substances that get the job done. However, knowing which material is better for your next project can be tricky....

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Here’s When Asphalt Patching Is the Answer

Here’s When Asphalt Patching Is the Answer

Asphalt pavement is pretty tough, but without asphalt patching, it can lose value fast, especially during cold and rainy months. Learning when you need asphalt patching will not only improve the look of your pavement, but it will also protect it from further...

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What Is Asphalt?

What Is Asphalt?

You drive on it every day, but what is asphalt and why is it used so often? Asphalt is the paving on our roads and driveways. It was first recorded being used in 615 B.C. Naturally, there’s got to be some benefits to this material if it’s been around for so long.  ...

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