A Friendly Reminder What All Those Markings Mean Where parking lot lines are fairly straightforward, intuitive indications of where you can and cannot park, pavement markings we encounter elsewhere on the road can be a bit more confusing. It’s been a long time since Driver’s Ed. for many of us, which is why the experts… Read more »
Summer 2015 Pavement Survival Guide Though winter has passed, there are many parking lots still suffering from cracked pavement and deteriorated surfaces. You might think all the damage has been done as summer approaches, but think again. You see, ultraviolet light from the sun can damage the surface of your asphalt, deteriorating the pavement, cracking… Read more »
North Carolina winter storm could affect roads in the long-term. A harsh North Carolina ice storm left roads in Raleigh, Durham, Greensboro and other NC cities, icy and difficult to drive on last week. While some North Carolina cities began clearing the precipitation immediately, others delayed plowing to give the ice time to soften. The… Read more »
We’ve all been there; you’re out riding along in your car, minding your own business when BAM! you drive right through a giant pothole, startling yourself and all your passengers. Perhaps it’s one that you should have known to swerve for after passing it countless times in your daily commute, or, perhaps it took you… Read more »
Imagine your parking lot at the busiest time of your year. If you’re a retailer it may be the holidays, a neighborhood pool it’s likely in the summer, or perhaps you’re a busy airport who has heavy traffic flow year-round. Whenever your busiest season is, it’s crucial that your parking lot is designed with the… Read more »
What's Best For Your Lot
Do you need all new asphalt or will fresh sealcoating do the trick?