If you’re in the market for a new patio for your home or business, you probably realize that there are several material options. The most popular material for a new patio is concrete. If you choose concrete for your hardscape, we can install it in one of two ways: as concrete patio pavers or as solid concrete. Here are the differences between the two.
Whether it’s a driveway, a parking lot, or a patio, a hardscape is an investment. At Mr. Pavement, we believe the right asphalt paving contractor can make all the difference when it comes to project quality and your overall experience. Before you hire a contractor, here are five questions to ask.
As one of the premier asphalt companies in the area, Mr. Pavement has been called upon to address a variety of parking lot issues, from potholes to cracks to depressions and more. We know that over time, asphalt is bound to break down, which is why we offer a variety of services to help keep it strong. Here, we share three main causes of parking lot breakdowns.
To the layman, all asphalt pretty much looks the same – a hard, black substance made from tiny rocks glued together with tar. However, experts (like those at our asphalt paving company) know that asphalt can come in a variety of types and its makeup can vary by season. For example: there are such things as “summer asphalt” and “winter asphalt.” Here are the differences.
If you have a driveway or a parking lot that needs repaired, you probably don’t want to spend the time and money to completely repave it. Well at Mr. Pavement, we have a solution: our asphalt patching repair process. If your damage isn’t severe, our experts can take the steps to repair it quickly so that you can get it back to looking great and back to driving on it.
These days, the majority of parking lots, driveways, and roadways are paved with asphalt instead of concrete or brick pavers. But why do so many people choose asphalt? Our asphalt driveway paving company is here to share some of the great benefits of the dark, stick material.
Ever wonder why water doesn’t seem to collect on a flat road? Or in a parking lot? Or on a driveway? Standing water can be a damaging element to paved surfaces, so it’s very important to choose a paving company that understands drainage and why it’s a necessity.
If you live in the Northeast, you’ve most likely spent the last month or so avoiding all of the potholes on the roads and the more you think about it, the more you notice that every year when winter comes around, it leaves a slew of dents and divots for you to maneuver around – especially if the winter was bad. Have you ever wondered why this happens? This paving company blog article is meant to shed some light.
At Mr. Pavement, our specialty is asphalt, but we deal with a lot of concrete, too. Both are incredibly sturdy and durable surfaces that can be used to build parking lots, pathways, driveways, and more. While both substances are made from similar materials, they have their differences. Here are some that our concrete paving company have noted.
When you’re not in the paving industry, there are some terms that may sound pretty strange to you. We’re here to help, with a list of terms and their definitions so you can be a little more familiar with what our concrete paving company does.