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Tips For Concrete Driveway Maintenance

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Your driveway sees a lot of use, but it is often overlooked when it comes to regular maintenance. Unfortunately, this can shorten the life of the drive, resulting in the need for an expensive repaving or replacement project. Spending some time on regular driveway maintenance can extend not just the useful life of the driveway, it can also keep it more attractive so it doesn’t detract from the curb appeal of your home. Read More»

Three Tips On Driveway Maintenance

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To protect your car and provide it a safe parking spot, you need your driveway to remain intact. One of the best ways to do this is by following some thorough and consistent tips on maintaining the concrete surface. If this is something that you want to take on, read on and apply some of these points so that you are able to make the most of your driveway over the long haul. Read More»

Revitalizing An Old Asphalt Sidewalk

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If your home or business has an asphalt sidewalk running through your property, you most likely enjoy the convenience it provides in allowing you and your visitors to walk through your grounds on a smooth service. If your sidewalk is in need of repair after a winter of harsh conditions, you may be able to take on the project yourself with the proper tools. Here are some instructions to follow to repair and revitalize an old asphalt walkway on your own. Read More»

A Few Signs Your Parking Lot Sewer Drains Are in Need of Repair

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If you own a business with a parking lot, you need to take care of not only the parking lot itself but also the sewer drains and manholes in your parking lot. If you don’t take care of these common parking lot features, your parking lot could suffer and your customers may have complaints. Here are a few signs that your sewer drains or manholes are in need of repair.  Read More»

How To Get Your Parking Lot Ready For Winter

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In order to prepare your parking lot for winter, you need to take a few different steps to ensure that it will weather the winter months well. #1 Seal All Cracks One of the most important things that you need to do is seal all the cracks in your parking lot. The reasoning is that when water gets into the cracks in your pavement during the wintertime, and the temperatures drop below freezing, that water expands. Read More»