3 Options for Restoring Your Asphalt Parking Lot Without Resurfacing

Are your customers complaining about your parking lot? Your parking area is a vital part of your company's public-facing persona. An old, badly-maintained lot reflects poorly on your business and inconveniences your customers. Particularly neglected asphalt can even create potential hazards and liability issues. Fortunately, you have several options for dealing with a worn lot before resorting to a full resurfacing job. The one that is right for your business will depend on your time, budget, and willingness to endure disruptions to your day-to-day operations. [Read More]

Concrete Finishing Solutions For Your Driveway Pavements, Sidewalks, And Other Outdoor Hardscaping

If you are planning on pouring a concrete driveway, refinishing sidewalks or adding hardscaping like garden paths and patios, there are a lot of options to finish these surfaces. Some of the finishes you may want to be durable, others more attractive and all of them need to have a good sealant and drainage. The following guide will help you choose the right finish solutions for the different concrete surfaces around your home: [Read More]

Adding Custom Striping To Your Asphalt Parking Lot

Providing a paved parking area for people outside your business is an excellent addition to the property, but once the parking lot is put in, it needs striping. Custom parking lot striping helps to define the parking areas, travel lanes, and areas where you do not want people to park. Parking Lot Striping Contractors After your parking lot is complete, hiring a contractor for the parking lot striping needs is essential. [Read More]

Causes And Repair Options For Parking Lot Puddles

Puddles and standing water on your parking lot surface can pose a hazard -- both to the parking lot and to your customers. Puddles can lead to potholes, cracks, and crumbling asphalt. Further, the depressions that allow puddles to form can be an inconvenience to those navigating the parking lot on foot and can even damage a low-profile vehicle. Types of Depressions There are three common types of depressions that can form on a parking lot -- rutting, birdbaths, and raveling. [Read More]