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2016

A Few Things To Know About Sealing Your Asphalt Driveway

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Sealing your asphalt driveway protects it from oil stains, sun damage and rain penetration. A sealcoat make your driveway look like new because it gives it a darker, uniform color. It can even extend the life of the asphalt by protecting it from cracks and potholes. You can hire a paving contractor to do the job, or you might be able to do it yourself. Just be sure you understand the process, because once you start, you have to keep working so the sealant dries evenly.…

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3 Tips For Turning An Empty Lot Into A Parking Lot

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What many may not realize is that an empty lot can be a great investment. Many purchase a lot with plans to eventually build some type of building on it. One thing that investors should consider is building a parking lot instead. Parking lots are a great way to generate regular income and can be very profitable. They are also a great investment in highly populated areas where there is a lot of traffic.…

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Protecting An Asphalt Parking Lot From Two Common Forms Of Damage

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There is no doubt that asphalt is one of the most durable paving materials available today. Yet unless you take proper care of your asphalt, you may find it needing to be replaced long before it should. If you would like to improve your knowledge of common asphalt issues, read on. This article will discuss two frequent problems and how to address them. Motor Oil Most everybody is familiar with the negative appearance of an oil-stained asphalt parking lot.…

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How Concrete Repairs Can Help Preserve the Structural Integrity of Your Home

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Prospective home buyers need to be aware of several details about the homes they are considering for purchase. If you have found a house you want to buy, making sure its structural integrity is strong is extremely important. Learn more about the signs of structural damage in a home with a concrete foundation. Starting in the Basement Signs of moisture in the basement can mean structural damage has already happened. How long the moisture issue has gone unchecked determines how much structural compromise you will be dealing with if you buy the home.…

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Considering Hydroseed For Your New Lawn? Four Things To Know

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When you buy a home that’s a new construction on a brand new lot, you need to decide how you want to create your lawn. You can have sod applied if you want something that’s already green, but if you want to be more selective about your grass seed, you might want to think about hydroseeding. Here are some of the things that you should know about hydroseeding before you make a decision.…

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Is Your Asphalt Parking Lot Damaged? Learn How To Repair Those Small Potholes

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Nobody likes to see potholes in their parking lot. It not only looks horrible, but is a potential safety risk for customers that pass over them every single day. Thankfully, it’s easy to repair these potholes on your own if the damage is only a couple inches deep or wide. All you need to do is follow these steps to repair it. Tools & Materials You’ll need these seven items to start the repair process.…

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Caring For Your Asphalt Parking Lot

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If you have your own business then taking are of your asphalt parking lot is another area you want to make sure you pay attention to. Your parking lot should be well taken care of so your customers won’t experience any problems when they park their cars on it. Also, the parking lot is one of the first things that a customer will notice about your business and you want to be sure you make a good impression.…

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