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Winter Maintenance Tips To Keep Your Asphalt Driveway Clear And Free Of Pothole Damage

Winter has arrived, and in many parts of the country, it has brought with it several feet of snow. Snow and ice along with freeze-thaw cycles can cause damage to your asphalt and further deteriorate any existing damage remaining from fall. Here are some tips to help you complete immediate repairs to potholes and prevent further damage through efficient snow and ice re

3 Ways To Keep Your Parking Lot In Great Shape

If you just recently had your parking lot repaved, and want to keep it looking great, you need to stay on top of maintaining your parking lot. Keep Your Parking Lot Clean One of the biggest things that you can do to keep your parking lot in great shape is to keep your parking lot clean. When your parking lot is full of rocks, leaves, dirt and trash, there is a greater

3 Sinking Foundation Problems And How To Get Them Under Control

There are many different reasons why a foundation may begin to sink. Some of the causes of sinking foundations include soft soil, erosion, and failing footings. When your foundation begins to fail, there are going to be some repairs that need to be done. Here are some of the sinking foundation problems that you may have and the repairs that will be needed: 1. Soft Soi

Common But Important Driveway Questions Answered For Homeowners

The condition of your driveway will be an important factor for a number of reasons, but it is common for new homeowners to be relatively uninformed when it comes to this part of their property. In order to help individuals learn more about this part of their property, a few questions and answers may prove to be useful. What Are The Advantages Of A Paved Driveway Over

How to Sealcoat Your Asphalt

Sealcoating your asphalt can give the slab a new lease on life. That is, sealcoating won't completely restore your asphalt and make it as strong as new asphalt, but it will make it look new and cover many of the blemishes, cracks, and voids. Some people use sealcoat too liberally, without first patching and repairing the damaged areas of the existing asphalt. This art