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11 Things You Need to Know About Seal Coating

  • March 14, 2019

Seal coating, also known as pavement sealing, is the application of a protective coating to asphalt pavements (like parking lots). It provides a layer of protection from water, oils, ultraviolet damage and other elements. Seal coating extends the life of…

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Why Your Parking Lot Needs Seal Coating

  • December 27, 2017

The Greater Austin Texas Area is riddled full of office space, apartment buildings, condos, and business parks. If you are looking to make your business stand out from the crowd and improve its visual appeal, it is imperative that you…

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A.D.A. Requirements on Parking Lots

  • June 16, 2016

The Americans with Disabilities Act (A.D.A.) was passed in 1990 to ensure uniform compliance with standards for the benefit of those with disabilities. Its scope encompasses everything from the width of doorways and force required to open them to the…

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When Should You Seal Coat Asphalt Pavement?

  • May 18, 2016

Seal coating an asphalt pavement parking lot is essential to protecting your investment. How can you tell when you should sealcoat asphalt? After new pavement is installed, it’s recommended to wait approximately six months to one year before seal coating.…

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7 Tips for Maintaining a Beautiful, Safe Parking Lot

  • October 9, 2015

A well-maintained parking lot has several benefits for your business – it creates a positive image of your establishment, improves curb appeal, and ensures customer or resident safety. If you’re interested in creating the best parking lot for your business…

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8 Benefits of Restriping Your Parking Lot

  • September 18, 2015

Parking lot lines are an essential part of a structured, organized parking lot. Over time these lines fade, which is why you have to restripe them every so often. Fading is caused by the amount of traffic your parking lot…

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4 Signs Your Driveway or Parking Lot Needs Repair

  • September 18, 2015

Although driveways and parking lots are made to last a long time, they won’t last forever. Concrete can last up to 30 years while asphalt lasts up to 25 years. However, to reach these lifespans you’ll have to engage in…

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