If you move your business into a new location that has a deteriorated parking lot, you'll want to have the lot repaired as soon as possible. Your parking lot is the first impression of your business. It doesn't reflect well on you if it is cracked, crumbling, and faded. Here are a few things you want to think about when having an asphalt lot repaired or a new one put in.
1 December 2015
The weather can slow down or stall the installation of a new layer of asphalt for parking your car. Learn why rain delays paving installation and how to plan the process for faster completion. Preparing the Base Before the smooth surface of black asphalt is spread over the driveway, the installers need to grade the soil and spread a layer of gravel for good drainage. This kind of work can continue during light rain, as long as the soil is not so wet it's muddy and soft.
9 September 2015
When it comes to choosing your driveway paving material, there are a lot of materials to choose from. Many homeowners are trying to choose between gravel and limestone when they want to get away from the more traditional concrete and asphalt. These comparisons will help you decide if you should go with gravel or limestone. About Gravel In order to compare gravel and limestone for your driveway, you will need to know a little more about each material and its source.
11 May 2015
If you own a large parking lot at your business and do not need all of the spaces in it, have you thought about renting them out as a way to generate some extra money? This is a great idea if there is a demand for parking in your area, but it may take some work to get your plan going. Here are three tips that will help you achieve this.
15 April 2015