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Make a Positive First Impression at Your Commercial Location

You never get a second chance to make a first impression, so make sure that the outside of your commercial establishment lets customers know that you are so glad that they chose to stop at your business. Making a great impression requires you to stay on top of some stuff that many businesses often overlook to serve customers once they get in the door...

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4 Common Elements that could be Damaging Your Asphalt

Damaged asphalt can bring a lot of frustrations and trouble. Those living in the Midwest will be quite familiar with the troubles of damaged asphalt. You should be aware of the fact that a lot of things goes into sealcoating in Orlando. Apart from spending money, you will definitely spend some time planning and monitoring the process of sealcoating your parkway...

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Preparing for Sealcoating

ASealcoating a Parking lot may be quite difficult, but it worth the stress. Sealcoating in Orlando comes with lots of advantages that justify the hassle involved. The contractors must amend the blemishes in the asphalt surface for effecting sealcoating. These blemishes can interfere negatively with the new surface coating...

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Your Driveway Floor Speaks Volumes About You

When people arrive to visit you or simply drive by in the street, one of the first things that they see is your driveway floor. This represents a large part of the overall curb appeal of your home and you should go out of your way to make sure that it looks as good as possible. Remember that first impressions are everything...

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Sealcoating and Waterproofing

An effective sealcoating has a lot of positive effects on a pavement. Pavements are exposed to nature all day long including water, UV rays, wear and tear. One of the benefits of sealcoating is that it prevents UV rays from penetrating the pavement which causes damage. Moreover, it keeps many chemicals...

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Knowing the different types of asphalt

Asphalt is a durable and smooth material that is used to cover roads where thousands of vehicles with varying sizes ply. Asphalt is an all-round solution for roads, pavements, tarmacs and parking lots. Without asphalt, road transportation would not be convenient as it is today and there is no denying the fact that even drivers love asphalt...

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Tips to prepare your asphalt for winter

Winter is here, and while we try as much as possible to stay indoors all through the day to avoid the cold, our parking lots and driveways do not have that option. They are fated to bear the conditions without as much as a steaming cup of tea to keep them warm...

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Tips to Make Asphalt Pavement Last Longer

Did you recently lay asphalt on your driveway or parking lot and you are looking for a way to make it last long? An asphalt pavement, if professionally done with quality materials, can last for a long time. Usually, the lifespan of an asphalt pavement is mainly affected by factors like freeze cycles and the type of soil under the base stone. In areas where there is little or no freeze/thaw, asphalt pavement lasts longer...

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Things most property managers may not know about Sealcoating

Consistently and regularly maintaining a property’s pavement goes a long way in improving the visual and curb appeal of the property. Not just that, it also helps make the parking lot last longer. By being proactive about maintenance, property managers are saved a lot of expenses in repairs and liabilities...

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How to make your parking lot pavement look amazing

A lot of people in Orlando do not bother about how parking lots interfere with their natural environment probably because there is a parking lot in virtually everywhere. Some people do not even care about how their parking lots look as long as they can park their vehicles...

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Reasons why sealcoating in Orlando is important

A parking lot made with asphalt can last somewhere in between a decade and thirty years, but if the proper maintenance and protection measures are not taken, it can deteriorate within a much shorter time...

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