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Curb Appeal – Benefits of Installing an Asphalt Curb
Are you a business owner considering a new asphalt parking lot or a homeowner in need of a new asphalt driveway? When planning out the installation, your paving contractor should include asphalt curbs. Although an asphalt curb may seem like a small detail, it is far from unimportant. Curbing can have a significant impact on the safety, longevity, and appearance of a parking lot or driveway. What is an Asphalt Curb?  An asphalt curb, also commonly known as a berm, is a small curved wall of asphalt that is used to provide definition and boundaries to paved surfaces. They are typically 6 to 8 inches tall.   Asphalt curbs are made with a machine that uses interchangeable molds. This allows for different styles of curbing to be created including round top, flat top, and more. Their main purpose is to improve the efficiency of your asphalt installation and protect it from damage. However, there are other benefits of asphalt curbing. Water Diversion An asphalt curb provides rain, melting snow or ice, and other water runoff with direction for drainage. Without curbing, the water would just drain off your paved surface, causing the ground to become saturated. This can cause soil erosion ...
New Asphalt Driveway Installation – When is the Best Time?
Planning to have a new asphalt driveway installed? To ensure a quality installation and the best possible lifespan, it’s important to choose an experienced asphalt contractor. The time of year schedule your new asphalt driveway installation is also an important factor. Experts will tell you – the warmer the weather is the better. The spring and summer months through early fall provide the optimum temperatures for asphalt installation. Why Warm Weather is Better Both the ground and air temperature dictate the best time is to install a new asphalt driveway. The longer the hot mix asphalt has to cool, the better results you’ll get. The asphalt contractor and their crew need ample time to properly lay and smooth out the asphalt. Although hot mix asphalt is heated and liquefied at 300 degrees, lower temperatures can accelerate the cooling process. If the asphalt cools too quickly, you could end up with bumpy or uneven asphalt which could not only negatively impact the appearance but also the integrity of your new asphalt driveway. It’s Not Too Late So with fall just around the corner, is it too late to schedule asphalt driveway installation? It depends on where you live, but for those ...
Asphalt Milling Services – What Is It And Do I Need It?
 When you pave your property with asphalt, you are making an investment that you should work to protect. While asphalt is a durable option for paving, nothing lasts forever. After years of wear and tear, asphalt can crack, chip, or become uneven. When these issues start to form, it’s essential to call asphalt milling services you can trust to revitalize your pavement. But what exactly is asphalt milling and what are its benefits? Asphalt Milling Asphalt milling is a process where an asphalt surface is ground down with professional milling equipment to make the surface smooth, even and ready for repaving. Milling may only grind down a few inches on the top of an asphalt surface or a full-depth removal may be necessary. Interestingly enough, the milling process is relatively new, starting in the mid-70s. However, the milling equipment has evolved since then. You want to make sure that the asphalt milling services you choose have the most up to date equipment and the trained employees to operate it.  Asphalt Damage What exactly can asphalt milling services repair? For one, it will restore the pavement to a unified slope and profile while removing ruts. It can fix the drainage flow ...
Asphalt – The Best Choice for a Commercial Parking Lot
While it may not be the most glamorous renovation for your business, having a well-paved parking lot is essential. But how should you actually go about paving a parking lot? There’s a reason why most business parking lots you see are paved with asphalt. It offers several benefits that make life easier for business owners while significantly improving their bottom line.  Flexibility While ‘flexible’ may not be the first word that comes to mind when you see an asphalt parking lot, compared to other materials, asphalt is just that. This, of course, does not mean that it is soft and rubbery, but the material can bend slightly to sustain heavy loads. If a 16-wheeler or construction crane drives in your parking lot, the asphalt can flex with weight, rather than cracking.  The flexibility also makes installation over rough surfaces easier. If you wanted to make a parking lot out of pavers, for example, there would need to be major and meticulous grading done to the surface you are paving so each paver lines up perfectly. Asphalt can be poured and smoothed over on less-than-perfect surfaces, although some grading will be required.   Freeze and Thaw It may be surprising to learn ...
The Benefits of Commercial Paving Services
Curb appeal isn’t exclusive to residential properties. It is equally important for a business as the exterior of your facility provides customers with their first impression. It can significantly influence their perception of your business and whether or not they want to patronize your business. The condition and appearance of driveways, parking lots and walkways are especially important. Properly maintaining them will up your curb appeal in more ways than one. In addition to aesthetics and demonstrating the pride you take in your business, well-maintained exterior surfaces show that you value your customers and their safety. If it’s time to upgrade your exterior surfaces, you should consider the benefits of commercial asphalt paving services. After all, there has to be a good reason so many businesses have asphalt surfaces. Commercial paving services offer numerous benefits beyond curb appeal.   Versatility and Durability Asphalt can be used for various applications from driveways and parking lots to curbing and roadways. Asphalt is also used in areas where it is subject to heavy loads such as a base for train tracks. A commercial parking lot can be subject to all types of vehicles from customer cars to tractor-trailer delivery trucks. An aggregate material mixed ...