If your old asphalt driveway makes your property look neglected, it's time to talk to a paving contractor about how to improve the appearance of the asphalt. It's natural for asphalt to fade and degrade over time, so if your driveway is several years old, it might need to be replaced. However, other options might work too. Here's a look at three things you can do to improve an old asphalt driveway. [Read More]
Five Things That Are Damaging Your Parking Lot
You may be unwittingly causing extensive damages to your parking lot. Most damages to an asphalt lot are a symptom of neglect, so it's important to know the most likely damage culprits so you can address them before problems arise. 1. Standing Water Poor drainage leads to standing water, which then causes the asphalt to degrade. Throw in some freezing temperatures and expanding ice, and large potholes can form seemingly overnight. [Read More]
3 Important Benefits That Come Along With Asphalt Sealcoating
If you already have an asphalt driveway, it is important to know how to take care of your asphalt driveway. Your asphalt driveway will last longer if you get it sealcoated every two to three years. When you sealcoat your driveway, you are adding a new protective layer on top of your existing driveway. The process of sealcoating your driveway offers numerous benefits. Important Benefit #1: Protection from Water Damage [Read More]
What's the Deal With Rubber Pool Decks?
First of all, what are rubber pool decks? Pool decks are the area around your pool. Often they're made of concrete, but there's a huge variety of materials you can choose from, like rubber. Rubber pool decks use, well, rubber to hardscape that area around your pool. More specifically, small rubber granules (a lot of them) are set with a binder, often polyurethane, to form a durable and slip-resistant surface. [Read More]