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You're So Smooth: A Paving Blog

Once you have a paved driveway, you'll wonder how you ever got by without one. Pavement is so much easier to sweep in the summer and to shovel in the winter. It does not require a lot of maintenance, and it won't leave debris in your yard like a gravel driveway. Most people hire professionals to install pavement in their yard, but you should still know the basics. On this website, you will find information about choosing a paving contractor, designing a driveway, and applying sealant to your pavement. You'll also learn about common terms that paving contractors use when discussing projects.


Three Areas To Pave At A Community Park

Paved roads and driveways are a fixture in many communities, but there are several other areas that can benefit from paving. If you work for a local branch of your government that is planning the construction of a community park, you'll want to think of the various paved surfaces that can benefit this space. You should then reach out to a few local paving services to discuss your plans and get some price quotes that you can compare. Read More 

Upgrades To Make To Your Home’s Driveway

Your driveway is an integral part of your home's overall curb appeal. It is also one of the things that people notice when they come to visit you. Fortunately, there are several upgrades that you can make to your driveway that will make it both attractive and durable. Installing Edging And Gutters Along The Driveway  Installing edging and gutters is among the simplest driveway improvements you can undertake. Edging and gutters help to direct runoff from the driveway, preventing water from pooling on the surface. Read More 

Is A Good Foundation Necessary When Installing An Asphalt Surface?

When building any structure, you first need to think of the foundation. Ideally, the base needs to be strong enough to carry the weight of the remaining structure for many years, regardless of its usage or weather conditions. Ultimately, this same principle should be applied when constructing an asphalt surface. As such, you must construct a solid foundation, so the surface doesn't crack or break apart because of pressure. Besides, you want your pavements or parking lot to last many years and reduce maintenance and repair costs. Read More 

Building Your Business’s Parking Lot

During the process of adding a parking lot to your business's property, there will be numerous design choices that will be needed. Otherwise, it may be possible for your business to find that its new parking lot may not fully meet its needs or it may require more costly maintenance.  Failing To Include Enough Parking For Customers And Clients An especially common and very problematic mistake with installing a parking lot may be failing to include enough parking for the number of people that will need to use it. Read More 

Why You Should Look For Ways To Repair Your Asphalt Pavement On Time

Most businesses do not have asphalt repair as a budgeted maintenance cost. As a result, asphalt damage goes unchecked for months as they try to move money around and fix the problem. That said, it is advisable to always be on the lookout for signs of developing issues with your pavement. More importantly, note that timely repairs will save you more money in the long run than waiting until the entire system falls apart. Read More