A Look at the Excavation Needed to Put in a New Double Driveway

If your old asphalt driveway needs to be replaced, you might want to think about making the new driveway wider so you can park your cars beside each other. As long as you have the space, a double driveway could come in handy for times when you have guests or when your teens get their own cars. To start this project, your driveway contractor needs to excavate the area. Here's an overview of this process. [Read More]

Two Reasons Why Your Business Needs Regular Commercial Paving Services

The phrase, "Looks matter," applies to much more than personal appearance. You might have noticed how much more attention you naturally attract when you're all decked out in your finest garments as opposed to how you are received when you dash out of the house in sweats for a quick run to the store. The same thing can be said about the appearance of your business facility. Carefully trimmed foliage makes a big splash and a well-crafted building is very appealing. [Read More]

3 Ways To Improve The Appearance Of Your Old Asphalt Driveway

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]