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Category: Paving

Pavement Cracking is an Inevitable Phenomenon in any Road Construction It is impossible to construct a pavement that does not develop cracks after a certain amount of service time. Cracks create openings for moisture to penetrate the pavement layers—left neglected, cracking can develop into potho

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Potholes are one of the biggest sources of lawsuits because they pose trip hazards and can cause vehicle damage. Potholes also allow water to penetrate your parking lot, which will eventually deteriorate the base of your parking lot. Fixing the potholes quickly is important to prevent these problems

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Asphalt Benefits Asphalt vs Concrete The majority of residential and commercial driveways are finished with one of the two most cost-effective materials: asphalt or concrete.  If you are wondering what to choose for your project, there is no standard quick answer. Depending on your project need

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It's Time To Assess Your Potholes March-the beginning days of Spring-blowing wind, cold rain, and still an occasional hint of snow. Too early to be thinking about your parking lot.  NO!  This time of year is the right time to start evaluating the condition of your parking lot. Do you see a lot

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Is your parking lot suffering from bad pavement cracks? Crack sealing is great, as it’s an important way to extend the lifespan of your asphalt, provided you don’t let your cracks grow past ¼” to 1” wide. Crack sealing is great for when you have: -  Longitudinal cracking (running parall

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The documentary program "How It's Made"  (broadcast on Discovery Channel and Science Channel ) has a segment on how paving asphalt is made. It's a great video with full demonstrations of the whole process, watch it below. If you've never heard of the program, "How It's Made" shows how common,

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Very impressive asphalt paving video of Daytona International Speedway's NASCAR track. The track was due for resurfacing after the 2011 season, but in 2010 a pothole caused a delay in the flagship Daytona 500 event.  Watching the crew pave on 31 degree banking is mind-boggling. Incredible work!

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