This form of repair involves removing the existing asphalt down to its stone base. The base is then replaced with all new asphalt.
Asphalt Milling & Resurfacing
This process involves grinding down the existing, weathered asphalt surface and replacing it with a new surface-layer of asphalt. This is more cost effective than the full removal and replacement of asphalt and will extend the life of your surface.
Patching is a common practice for areas of pavement with potholes. This involves the patching of specific areas throughout the parking lot. This process repairs any signs of pothole formation and/or the actual pothole itself. This is an inexpensive solution to potholes and a wise form of asphalt maintenance.
Seal coating is used to protect pavement surfaces against elements like gasoline, oil, salt and water that are so commonly experienced with the changing seasons of the Midwest. Seal coating makes your parking lots and roads look like new! Seal coating is a cost effective way of extending the life of your asphalt.
The art of crack filling prevents water from entering and weakening the base or sub-base of your asphalt surface. It preserves the pavement and stops sand, stone and dirt from penetrating the asphalt, resulting in cracks that cause further breakdown. Proper attention to cracks will prevent your asphalt from needing full repairs and/or replacement and will extend the life of your surface.
Signed into law in July 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) affects every company and property owner. Regardless of company size, all businesses must now have the proper amount of handicapped accessible parking stalls and required van parking spaces.