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How to Get Ready for Line Striping

A general rule is that parking lots should be re-striped whenever the markings have faded to about one fourth of the original color. This point often comes around two years of regular use, although lots that experience a high volume of traffic or difficult...

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High Quality vs. Low Quality Asphalt Paving

There’s a lot more to a good asphalt paving job than a flat lot. Instead, quality must be measured by years of low-maintenance, reliable service and cost savings. And to help you pick out high quality asphalt paving results from poor quality results, we’ve gone ahead...

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Why Professional Parking Lot Striping Matters

Depending on your situation, your parking lot will be used dozens, hundreds, or thousands of times each and every day for decades at a time. Organizing that activity and keeping movement and use of your lot safe and organized depends largely on the markings (or...

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Asphalt: The Environmentally Conscious Choice

If you’ve been following the news over the past year, you know that the recycling industry is in flux all around the world. China has tightened regulations, and U.S. recyclers are having trouble figuring out what to with the materials flowing into our blue and yellow...

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Four Threats Facing Your Asphalt

Asphalt is tough enough to hold up under constant use for decades at a time, and flexible enough to roll with Michigan’s constantly changing conditions and temperatures. But, of course, asphalt doesn’t last forever and there are plenty of conditions waiting in the...

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Why Asphalt Is the Ideal Choice for Bicycle Paths

Bicycle paths are an amazing choice for communities interested in improving local value and giving residents a clean, efficient option for exercise and recreation in their own backyards. They are appreciated by a wide range of demographics, and if developed properly...

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Making the Most of Your Asphalt’s Life Cycle

Just like the vehicles that use it, asphalt depreciates over time. But unlike those vehicles, asphalt receives no protection from the elements and early signs of damage can frequently be overlooked, leading to far more drastic and expensive fixes once the damage had...

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4 Reasons to Repair Your Potholes Early this Spring 

Pothole season has arrived with freezing temperatures and thick snow slowly giving way to warmer temperatures and blue skies—and revealing extensive pavement damage across West Michigan. These potholes can result from a variety of underlying causes, or simply develop...

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How Thick Should Your Asphalt Be?

The thickness and structure of an asphalt paving project ultimately depends on the anticipated use of the pavement once it is finished. But there’s more involved, as asphalt pavement involves an entire structure and few critical decision making points involving...

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