As a homeowner or even a residential property owner, you undoubtedly have to park in your driveway, clean off your driveway, shovel your driveway, and generally let life happen on your driveway. So we come up with a few tips to help you keep your driveway in tip-top condition.
Boise Pavement Company
Whether you are a business owner or a homeowner, there will most likely come a time where you require the services of a pavement company. You may need to repave a parking lot, or simply fix cracks in your driveway. When you are looking for a company to take care of your asphalt needs, it is important that you choose an experienced company who is experienced in all of the areas that you may need. Choosing a reliable paving company will help to ensure that every project goes off without a hitch.
Pavement marking and signage from Pavement Specialties will put the finishing touches on your next pavement project, ensuring that your pavement is marked clearly and professionally. We have compiled a few facts about Pavement Marking below that you may not have been aware of:
This article is a continuation of a previous article answering the most common parking lot questions. Be sure to check our previous article to get started in the right direction. Here are a few more common questions about parking lots that you may want to know the answers to:
How Do I Find a Contractor I Can Trust?
Firstly, ask contractors for references and contact information. Get the location of previous jobs so you can check their work personally. Check with the Better Business Bureau and local Chamber of Commerce.
Building on the previous post, there are many different types and styles of asphalt repair. These articles are here to give you an insight into how asphalt jobs are approached and the different methods of fixing problems. Here is the second installment of potential asphalt repair specifications:
As a commercial pavement and asphalt company, Pavement Specialties has taken care of many different customers from small residential jobs up to large commercial jobs like the Cabela's here in town. If you ever want to see the quality of our work, just check out the Cabela's parking lot!
If you are considering paving services, it can help to know those past clients were treated well and given excellent service. We strive to do just that, but don't take our word for it. Here is an excerpt from one of our customers:
Spring is now in full swing and with it comes the rain. You've certainly noticed the last month or so worth of constant rain. What you may not know, is that this rain can compromise the integrity of your pavement whether it's your driveway or a parking lot. If your asphalt has any cracks, splits or other interruptions, all this rain runs down into those cracks and begins to wash away the subgrade. If you've ever hit a pothole or seen dips in the road, this is often caused by the subgrade being eroded away.
With winter coming to an end, there have been and will continue to be a few freeze and thaw cycles as the weather changes for spring. Even though this has been a mild winter, the last few weeks have continually fluctuated between 30 degrees and 60 degrees. Those cycles cause a few things that can be rough on your pavement. Here are a few of the effects of the freeze and thaw cycles and the detriments they have on your asphalt.
When it comes to paving considerations for commercial or residential jobs, there are a few common questions. Here at Pavement Specialties, we are more than willing to answer any questions you have. Here are a few of the most common questions.
When people are looking to spruce up the appearance of their homes, they often consider landscaping, painting the house and maybe replanting the grass out front to really make an impression. One aspect of that house in the neighborhood that really stands out is a nice driveway.
If you are trying to improve the look of your estate, a beautiful driveway will compliment your home creating that picturesque look you’ve always strived for.