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You're So Smooth: A Paving Blog

Once you have a paved driveway, you'll wonder how you ever got by without one. Pavement is so much easier to sweep in the summer and to shovel in the winter. It does not require a lot of maintenance, and it won't leave debris in your yard like a gravel driveway. Most people hire professionals to install pavement in their yard, but you should still know the basics. On this website, you will find information about choosing a paving contractor, designing a driveway, and applying sealant to your pavement. You'll also learn about common terms that paving contractors use when discussing projects.


Resurfacing Your Driveway

The driveway to your home gets a lot of use. While not quite as much as the area inside your front door, the use it gets is heavier and dirtier. In addition, it is outside in the elements trying to withstand wind, rain, and temperature changes. This means that with time you are going to need to do some maintenance on it. At first, you may be able to simply do some small repairs to little cracks or have the asphalt seal coated. Read More 

Live In A Snowy Climate? 3 Reasons To Schedule Paving Restoration For The Driveway

Making sure that your home has a properly paved driveway is a wise decision since it's where you pull up in your car and possibly how you walk to your doorstep. When you live somewhere that experiences snowy winters, you want to ensure that your driveway is properly maintained.  Since snow and ice can cause several issues for the paving on the driveway, consider the following reasons to schedule paving restoration before the next snowstorm. Read More 

How To Handle Commercial Asphalt Paving Adjacent To Public Roads

One of the biggest challenges in the business of commercial asphalt paving is dealing with the interface between private and public areas. Public roads are often the arteries that bring the lifeblood of business to a commercial location. It is important to ensure you handle these interfaces properly. Be aware of these three things whenever your commercial asphalt connects with public roads.  Traffic Flow Just because a road is there doesn't mean you're free to connect it or that it would be wise to do so. Read More 

Remodeling Your Pool? Why Choose Patio Pavers For The Deck Area

If you're planning a remodeling project for your swimming pool this year, it's time to think about the pavement. You might think that solid concrete is the best option for your pool area. But, there are other options to consider. Patio pavers are one of those options. In fact, patio pavers provide benefits that you might not have considered. Before you invest in concrete work for your pool area, read the list provided below. Read More 

Reasons Using Recycled Asphalt Is Beneficial For Your Driveway

Asphalt paving takes on many forms. The most common form is in roadwork and parking lots or garages. Asphalt can also be used in residential driveway paving as well. If you are considering an asphalt driveway, you may want to look into recycled asphalt options. Here are some of the reasons recycled options may be beneficial for your driveway.  Reduces Waste  Many people are focusing on eco-friendly lifestyles, including waste reduction. Read More