Pave the Way: A Website About All Things Pavement

Pave the Way: A Website About All Things Pavement

Need To Install Concrete This Winter? Follow These Tips

Do you have an outdoor project that requires concrete and needs to be done, but now the cold weather has hit? If so, know that you don't have to postpone your project until the weather gets warm again. It's possible to install concrete during cold weather if you follow these tips. Verify That The Ground Isn't Frozen One very important aspect of installing concrete is

Add Interest To The Front Of Your House

Have you decided that 2020 will be the year that you will add interest to the front of your house? It might be that in the past you focused on having a beautiful back yard that you could use for family fun and for entertainment purposes. Since winter is here and you probably aren't doing a lot of gardening, this might be the perfect time to give attention to the front

Consider Expanding Your Parking Lot If You Have Land Available And Expect Future Growth

If your store's parking lot is always full and you need more space, you may want to expand your lot if you have some available land nearby. By turning undeveloped land into a parking lot, you eliminate the need to mow down weeds or landscape the land that isn't in use, and you'll have more parking spaces. Here are some steps in the process. Consult With a Commercial P

Removing Snow And Ice From Pavement: Recommendations From Paving Contractors

Asphalt paving contractors generally have some good advice when it comes to keeping asphalt and concrete clear of snow and ice. It is important to follow this advice, considering the the expense of creating a concrete surface and/or an asphalt-covered surface. If you have recently had any sort of concrete or asphalt work done through a paving contractor, here is what

Three Things You Should Know About An Asphalt Overlay For Your Parking Lot

No asphalt surface will last forever. At some point, it will need to be dug up and a new asphalt surface will need to be installed. This can be a major expense for your business, especially if the surface in question is a large parking lot. However, it may be possible to have an asphalt overlay done. This is cheaper than installing an entirely new asphalt surface, but