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How to Successfully Accomplish Cold Weather Paving

January 21, 2020

Proper asphalt paving is dependent on the weather. If the conditions are wrong, the mix won’t compact correctly, and the pavement will crumble. Working on mild spring or summer afternoons is ideal, but we can’t just shut down operations for the year when it gets cold outside! Keep reading to... View Article

When Tar and Chip Really Shines

December 21, 2019

You might not be familiar with the term “tar and chip,” referring to the type of paving, but you’ve probably seen it before. While concrete, gravel, asphalt and pavers are all more common paving choices than tar and chip, there are some circumstances in which it can really add a... View Article

Can I Repair My Driveway During the Winter?

December 7, 2019

Many people have driveways that are made with asphalt. If you live in a colder climate, the winter months can be quite harsh on asphalt, resulting in the development of cracks and holes from a combination of extreme temperatures and some of the harsh chemicals that are often used to... View Article

Why You Should Maintain Your Parking Lot’s Striping

November 15, 2019

As a business owner, the asphalt lot spread outside your brick-and-mortar location is likely one of the last things on your mind. So, it’s only natural that even the most eagle-eyed entrepreneurs in middle Tennessee aren’t giving much thought to their parking lot striping in Nashville, TN. If you haven’t... View Article

Why Should I Consider Asphalt Milling?

November 1, 2019

After years and years of adding new layers of asphalt to your parking lot, your customers are likely driving onto a lot that’s several inches higher than the original. Pavement that’s too high or too layered can cause severe problems for both your business and the cars and trucks that... View Article