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.
When it comes to driveways, there are many terms floating around that can cause confusion – replacing, repairing, patching, sealcoating, lining, resurfacing, and more. When a homeowner experiences a damaged driveway, many aren’t sure whether they should replace, repair, patch, or resurface it. In this blog, our asphalt driveway resurfacing company will explain when is a good time to resurface your driveway.
Do you have an asphalt area that has undergone some damage? If you’re considering either patching the area or resurfacing it, our paving company blog can help. This week, we’re discussing the differences between patching your asphalt and resurfacing it – and which is best for you.