Asphalt Paving Planning: Temperature Loss Considerations When Paving In Winter

How effective compaction is during the asphalt paving process usually determines the durability of an asphalt pavement. Making sure that sure that successful compaction takes palace is therefore imperative if you want to avoid premature asphalt repair costs. One of the things that affects compaction is the temperature of the hot mix asphalt. This is so mainly because the viscosity of the binding agent is dependent on temperature. And since compaction is usually poor when the hot mix asphalt is too viscous, being aware of the things that accelerate the loss of temperature is important when planning a paving project. [Read More]

Common Questions About Seal Coating Your Business's Parking Lot

Ensuring that your business's customers have a safe place to park is an important part of making your business as attractive as possible. Unfortunately, many business owners might make mistakes when it comes to caring for their parking lots. To help you be prepared to keep your parking lot in good condition, you may the answers to the following two questions concerning seal coating your parking lot. What Is The Purpose Of Seal Coating Your Parking Lot? [Read More]

How A New Homeowner Can Repair A Cracked And Uneven Concrete Driveway

The concrete slabs on your driveway can crack and shift when the ground moves during the change of seasons or when heavy loads drive over them. The uneven surface creates a tripping hazard for people walking up and down the driveway. One method to remove the tripping hazard is to apply a coating of concrete patching material over the crack to even out the surface of the driveway. If you are a new homeowner who wants to do their own repair work around your house, here is how you can remove a tripping hazard caused by a cracked and uneven driveway at your house. [Read More]

Three Exterior Jobs A Homeowner Should Call A Professional To Do

There are many jobs that a homeowner likes to do, especially things outside of the house and in the yard. But it is the jobs that are outside of the home that can prove dangerous, and even when they seem simple, they may be more complicated than you think. The following are three things that you are better off calling a professional to do. Tree trimming Have fun trimming a bush in your yard, but for any trees, it is simply a better idea to call a professional tree trimming service. [Read More]