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Why Asphalt Is Used On Most American Roads

Why Asphalt Is Used On Most American Roads

When American roads were first being built, they often used concrete. In 1870 the first American asphalt road was paved in Newark, New Jersey. Today, around 30% of America’s interstate highways are still paved with concrete, and often some road fixtures and...
Does Pavement In A Warm Climate Still Need TLC?

Does Pavement In A Warm Climate Still Need TLC?

Whenever winter hits the United States, there is a flurry of warnings about the dangers of snowfall and ice — and Texans laugh. Yes, warm southern climates get less snow and sleet than the north, if any. But does that mean that Dallas asphalt deserves any less...
Prepping For A Concrete-Friendly Winter

Prepping For A Concrete-Friendly Winter

Think about your local roads and how frustrating it is when they aren’t maintained. If you’re a driver with your own vehicle, the Road Information Program estimates that poorly maintained roads cost you around $400 every year. Maybe you can’t...
Why Concrete Cracks (And What To Do About It)

Why Concrete Cracks (And What To Do About It)

Concrete is an incredibly popular material to use in paving. After all, 30% of all U.S. interstate highways are paved with it, as are countless parking lots, driveways, and other roadways. But whether you choose to pave with asphalt or concrete, you’ll know that...
4 Reasons to Never Side-Step Broken Sidewalks

4 Reasons to Never Side-Step Broken Sidewalks

Most have heard the old rhyme “step on a crack, break your mother’s back!” We grow out of believing this dark and childish adage, but what if there actually are heartbreaking consequences to neglecting sidewalk repair? It feels silly to think about...
3 Paving Mistakes To Avoid This Summer

3 Paving Mistakes To Avoid This Summer

Due to favorable weather and longer days, summertime is a popular season for paving and seal coating. But to make the most out of this endeavor, it’s important for property managers to side-step certain mistakes. Otherwise, you might end up paying more in a...
3 Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Pavement Company

3 Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Pavement Company

When it comes to maintaining parking lots, there are a myriad of considerations to include when partnering with a trusted contractor. Services such as seal coating, crack sealing and other concrete and asphalt repair services can help protect the surface from damage...
Should I Seal Coat My Parking Lot?

Should I Seal Coat My Parking Lot?

Of the 2 million miles of paved streets and highways that exist in the United States, over 94% of them are paved with asphalt. And as any pavement company knows, countless parking lots all across the country are also paved with asphalt. But many property owners and...
Easy Concrete Maintenance Tips For Your Property

Easy Concrete Maintenance Tips For Your Property

When you own or manage a property, you have a responsibility to keep both the interior and exterior in excellent condition — and all visitors and inhabitants safe. While you likely have countless responsibilities, concrete maintenance should be near the top of...