It’s no secret that there are numerous benefits to getting professional sealcoating for your parking lot or driveway. Newly-sealed asphalt looks great and can last far longer if it’s properly cared for.
While many people don’t think of summer as a time to get things done, the warm weather and long days make it ideal for various outdoor construction and maintenance projects, including asphalt paving. Paving is essential for any commercial or residential property owner, and getting the job done right can make a significant difference in terms of the durability, appearance, and smoothness of your blacktop. Scheduling your parking lot or driveway paving during the summer can ensure quality. Here’s how:
When it comes to commercial paving in Camden County, Cherry Hill, and other communities throughout New Jersey, no one does it better than the experts at Stanley Paving. While many business owners and commercial property owners are hesitant to pull the trigger on scheduling asphalt repairs until it is absolutely necessary, there are many benefits you can enjoy when you proactively pave the surfaces on your commercial property. Let’s take a look at three big perks you get from properly-paved surfaces on your commercial property in the infographic below, and then read further for more information.
As the top asphalt paving contractors serving Moorestown and the surrounding communities in NJ, Stanley Paving has a deep understanding of the symptoms, causes, and remedies of damaged asphalt pavement. In fact, we frequently shred or “mill” old, worn asphalt paving into tiny pieces so it can be recycled and reused as “milled” asphalt paving. So, we know exactly what it takes to destroy a seemingly-sturdy road, parking lot, or driveway, and what it takes to put it back together. Stay with us as we review three of the most common causes of damaged asphalt paving in the infographic below, and then continue reading for further detail:
In case you don’t already know, asphalt milling is the process of using heavy machinery to remove asphalt from a paved surface and crush it into pieces that resemble tiny rocks or gravel. Asphalt milling produces what we refer to as “milled asphalt.” But did you know that milled asphalt is an environmentally-friendly alternative to unused, or “virgin” asphalt? Let’s take a closer look at the environmental implications of milled asphalt.