Your parking lot is where your customers go from being motorists to pedestrians—which means that they're exposed to danger if the parking lot isn't well-maintained. You can look out for the safety and well-being of your customers—while simultaneously reducing the risk you run of lawsuits due to injuries—by taking the following steps. 1.) Improve your lot's lighting. Generally speaking, if your lighting is more than ten years old, it's probably outdated.
1 August 2016
Keeping a parking lot in good repair begins the moment it is installed. Sunlight, rain, wind, and traffic all begin wearing down the asphalt. By implementing an immediate maintenance routine, you can prolong the life of the parking lot and minimize the need for a premature replacement. The following tips can help. Tip #1: Apply an asphalt sealant New asphalt can take several months to cure, but once it has cured, it is time to consider sealing.
10 May 2016
Are you building a home but you're stressing about how to pay for all the things you need on the exterior of the home? If so, there are ways you can save a lot of money to relieve some of the financial strains. You don't have to go overboard when it comes to the exterior of the house and instead, you can use this area to save money for other expenses.
8 February 2016
If your home has a finished basement, you may have equipment and systems that help protect your home from water damage. This can include things like foundation drain systems, which protect your basement from water and moisture. You may also have a sump pump and well that removes drain water and the waste from plumbing in your basement. Here are some of the systems your basement has and the repairs and maintenance that they will require:
16 November 2015
Asphalt paving is a very popular choice for parking lots, both durable and flexible. But it's not usually considered "green." By using porous asphalt and making your parking lot permeable to water, however, you can turn that paved area into an environmentally friendly piece of pavement. Why Should You Consider Porous Asphalt? Porous asphalt reduces the demand on storm sewer systems; if you are building your parking lot in an area where the local government charges storm-water fees to owners of paved areas, check to see whether they offer reduced fees for using permeable pavement.
10 August 2015
Your driveway is the first aesthetic component of your home that people notice, so it shouldn't be overlooked or allowed to deteriorate. If you are planning to install a new driveway, you may be considering what type of material could best suit you. Asphalt and gravel are some of the most used materials, as they are both affordable and easy to install. However, each material provides a unique set of pros and cons.
28 July 2015
If you have an asphalt driveway, you'll want to do what it takes to keep it looking great over the years. Unfortunately, damage will happen over the years from normal wear and tear. It is important to repair damage as soon as possible, because leaving them alone will only cause the damage to get bigger over time. Here are three ways that it asphalt can be repaired. Throw-and-Roll Method A quick and easy way to fill a pothole is to use the throw-and-roll method.
13 July 2015