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Causes, Prevention and Removal of Winter Ice Dams, Part 2

Causes, Prevention and Removal of Winter Ice Dams, Part 2

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the basic causes of ice dams on a roof in winter, plus how to prevent these causes from taking place. Ice dams, which refer to snow and ice collecting on the edge of your roof, can lead to water damage,...

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Causes, Prevention and Removal of Winter Ice Dams, Part 1

Causes, Prevention and Removal of Winter Ice Dams, Part 1

During the winter in a state like Utah, which experiences significant snow and ice conditions, one risk home and building owners have to watch out for is the formation of ice dams on their shingles, gutters and related areas. Ice dams, which describe snow and ice...

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Preventing and Removing Stains from Asphalt Paving

Preventing and Removing Stains from Asphalt Paving

Whether you’re a business owner looking to keep the parking lot pristine or a homeowner who prioritizes a clean driveway, ensuring cleanliness on your asphalt paved surfaces is important. In particular, you want to avoid the kinds of heavy stains that may resist...

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Sustainability Areas Involved With Asphalt Paving

Sustainability Areas Involved With Asphalt Paving

At Renaissance Asphalt Services, we’re proud to serve as your asphalt paving specialists. Whether you’re in need of a small paved lot or a huge commercial lot, our team will offer everything from the initial paving process to asphalt sealing, striping and several...

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Important Stages of Asphalt Project Planning, Part 2

Important Stages of Asphalt Project Planning, Part 2

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the initial planning steps that go into any asphalt repair project. These projects can seem intimidating to some, but if you take the right steps while preparing, you’ll be in great shape for a hassle-free...

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Important Stages of Asphalt Project Planning, Part 1

Important Stages of Asphalt Project Planning, Part 1

If you’re looking at damaged or worn-down asphalt surfaces outside your home or building, you might worry you’re facing a lengthy, difficult process to get them fixed. Asphalt is no small undertaking as a project, after all, and given the equipment and materials used,...

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