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How to Prepare Your Parking Lot for Winter

Throughout the winter season, your parking lot is going to suffer through multiple freeze-thaw cycles. As you may know, these cycles can wreak havoc on asphalt pavements, and if you don’t prepare the parking lot properly, you may have to arrange costly repairs come springtime. Protect the longevity of your commercial parking lot by following these winterization tips.

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Is Asphalt Milling an Eco-Friendly Alternative to Gravel?

Keeping their paved surfaces in good condition is at the top of their priority list for business owners and facility managers. A well-maintained parking lot acts as the first impression visitors have of you, and having a space filled with uneven surfaces, potholes, and other hazards can create a bad first impression. One of the ways that you can give your parking lot a fresh look is through asphalt milling

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How Can Commercial Asphalt Paving Save Your Business Money?

No one ever said running a business was an easy task. With the different demands and challenges, business owners often do whatever they can do to reduce expenses. What if asphalt paving could save your business money? While it may not be what people first think of when it comes to saving, high-quality asphalt can benefit business owners in more ways than one.

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Patching and Repairing Potholes: What You Need to Know

If there’s one thing we know about New Jersey, it’s that potholes are abundant. However, just because you’re used to avoiding potholes on highways and other roadways doesn’t mean your clients and employees should have to navigate these hazards at your business. Potholes occur when earlier signs of pavement damage have been neglected or ignored. Pavement damage such as cracking, swelling, and patch failures can subject the pavement’s sublayer to further damage — resulting in a pothole. Regular parking lot maintenance can help you stay ahead of your commercial property’s asphalt health and prevent future potholes.

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Different Types of Asphalt Cracks — and What Should Be Done About Them

Commercial asphalt undoubtedly sees a lot of use. Your residential driveway is probably asphalt, and you likely only have a few cars drive on that in a year, but driveway cracks appear almost as quickly as you can have it repaved. Commercial parking lots, loading zones, roads, and walkways are essential facets of your business. They give your visitors somewhere to park, insight into the direction they need to travel, and provide a smooth surface for vehicles to access your property and services.

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