Asphalt Resurfacing: What Is Edge Milling?

Edge milling is a specialized method of removing a precise amount of an existing asphalt pavement as part of installing an overlay. Overlaying, which is also known as resurfacing, is the application of layers of new asphalt on top of an existing pavement. To better understand the definition and importance

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What Is a Concrete Trip Hazard?

You are probably familiar with at least some of the ADA requirements for parking lots and other pavements. For example, you likely know how many accessible parking spaces you need, the signage required to identify these spaces, and the locations in which you need to place accessible spaces. However, you

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What Is the Asphalt Paving Life Expectancy?

Asphalt has become the leading paving choice throughout the United States for virtually every type of pavement. The benefits of asphalt paving are numerous. Compared to a concrete pavement of a similar size, asphalt pavements are substantially cheaper to install, and you will be able to put your asphalt pavement

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Can Asphalt Paving Be Done in the Rain?

Asphalt is the ideal paving choice for parking lots, streets, jogging trails, and virtually every other type of pavement. Compared to a concrete pavement of similar size, an asphalt pavement is less expensive and faster to install, but the asphalt pavement will typically be safer, more aesthetic, and cost-effective to

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