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4 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Installing Your Own Driveway

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Home improvement shows and DIY websites make installing your own driveway look easy, but what viewers don’t get to see is when these projects go wrong. Sure, tackling a concrete driveway installation on your own might save you some money, but it also opens you up to potential problems down the road, many of which can cost a great deal to fix. Before you install your own driveway without the help of an experienced contractor, ask yourself if you’re prepared to handle these potential pitfalls.…

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Your Commercial Parking Lot Could Be Ruined By These Three Things

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Do you own a commercial property? If so, the parking area of your business is one of the first impressions customers may get about your business. Knowing how to spot and prevent potential damages from occurring to the pavement will extend its life. It is important to note that certain issues may not be as obvious as others. This is why it is a good idea to include routine inspections from a paving contractor in your preventative maintenance schedule.…

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Take Care Of Your New Asphalt Driveway During The Hot Summer

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For the first two years after its installation, your new asphalt driveway will be going through a transition period known as curing. During the curing period, your asphalt will be softer and more malleable than at other times later in its lifespan. This malleability is especially pronounced when the weather outside is hot and the sun is bright. Harsh summer conditions can be hard on your asphalt pavement. Pitting, gouging and other scars can mar the surface of your driveway if it is not properly cared for.…

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