Three Things You Might Not Know About Maintaining Your Asphalt Driveway

If you live in an area with cold winters, then it's likely that you have an asphalt driveway. While concrete is prevalent throughout the country, its lesser performance when exposed to low temperatures leads many homeowners in colder regions to choose asphalt as an alternative. Asphalt is a long-lasting, durable, and attractive material when properly maintained, but many homeowners are not aware of the essential maintenance steps required to keep it functionally and aesthetically new for as long as possible. [Read More]

Tips To Add Pavement To Boost Your Front Yard Appearance And Landscaping

Your home's appearance has a big effect on your home's value, especially when your front yard is either well taken care of or severely neglected. Keeping up appearance of all areas of your yard can be done with regular maintenance to the vegetation and installing of and taking care of hardscaped areas. Here are some tips to help you improve your front yard's appearance and use by adding pavement of concrete or asphalt. [Read More]

New Commercial Property With A Bad Parking Lot And Strained Budget? Get Asphalt And Be Satisfied Fast

As a business owner who just spent a lot of money to purchase a commercial space to grow business, it can be difficult to justify where to spend the money on improvements when you have a budget. The parking lot is a place that has to be safe for all the staff and clients or potential consumers that will go to the business, and it is the first thing people will see when they arrive. [Read More]

3 Ways To Make Your Parking Lot Look Great

Having a great looking parking lot can really make your business stand out. If you want your parking lot to stand out, make sure that your parking spaces are wide, that the line lines are easy to see, and that you have included interior and exterior landscaping. Wide Parking Spaces You know those parking lots that you dread pulling into and parking in—the ones where you can only open your door less than halfway and have to slide out of your seat in order to avoid hitting the car next to you. [Read More]