3 Reasons to Have Asphalt Sealcoating
4 January 2016
Owning and operating a business out of a storefront can present many different challenges that have to be dealt with. When running a business that is open to the public, it is difficult to keep all of your proverbial ducks in a row. One of the things that you will have to worry about when operating out of a storefront is the condition of the asphalt car parks. Just like any other building material out there, eventually the asphalt will begin to show signs of wear.
Handy Tips to Extend the Life of Your Asphalt Paving
21 December 2015
Although asphalt paving is a durable investment for your driveway, this does not mean that is exempt from wear and tear. Since pavement resurfacing can prove to be a costly affair, it is always best to try to keep you paving in the best condition possible. Here are some handy tips that can help you in extending the life of your asphalt paving.
Be wary of the different load weights you expose your asphalt paving to.
Commonly Asked Questions about Lime Stabilization for Your Property
16 December 2015
Lime stabilization is a commonly used process for making soil on your property better able to handle construction projects and the installation of paving materials. Adding lime can be done for overly moist soil and for soil that is the consistency of clay, although it's not a fix for every problem you may encounter with your soil before construction begins. Note a few commonly asked questions about lime stabilization so you can discuss these with a contractor and know if this solution would be good for your property.
The Dos And Don'ts Of Using Crack Fillers To Repair Bitumen Driveways
9 September 2015
A properly laid bitumen driveway can be a boon for any home, providing more long-term durability than a gravel driveway with less expense and inconvenience than laying a brick or concrete driveway. However, while a bitumen driveway is tough and will last many years, it is still vulnerable to the elements, as well as everyday wear and tear, and eventually you will notice cracks and pits start to appear. Repairing these cracks yourself with a specialised crack filler can be a cheap and relatively easy way to prolong the life of your driveway - however, crack fillers must be used carefully, and there are some instances in which they should not be used at all.