Why You Should Apply Sealcoat To Your Driveway

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The elements can wreak havoc on an unprotected driveway, yet many homeowners fail to properly protect their driveway. Instead, they leave the driveway exposed to the elements. Maybe this is because it can take several years for the damage to start showing, but if you have the foresight to apply a sealcoat from a company like LSC Construction Services, Inc. to your driveway, you can extend the life of your driveway almost indefinitely.

10 March 2016

Three Questions To Ask When You Need Your Driveway Sealed

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A cracked driveway can be a considerable eyesore that reduces the overall appearance of your yard. When you've decided to take steps to deal with it, you have the choice of buying a sealing kit at your local home improvement store and struggling through the job or simply calling your local paving contractor to ensure that the job is done right. When you make this phone call, the contractor will ask you about the state of your driveway and might even request that you email some pictures.

10 March 2016

How To Fix A Pothole In Your Commercial Parking Lot

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If your commercial property's parking lot has developed a pothole, then you need to repair it as soon as possible. Fixing the pothole in your parking lot will keep water from intruding under the asphalt and prevent further potholes and cracks from forming. To fix the pothole, you need the following tools and materials: eye protection chisel hammer broom tamper tool asphalt repair material plywood Use this procedure to easily fix the pothole in your parking lot: 

8 March 2016

Stone Pavers: Building A Curved Walkway

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Curved walkways add interest and curb appeal to your home. The installation of a curved walkway built using pavers is simple; however, it does require careful planning and installation. The following instructional guide will teach you how to plan and install a curved walkway.    Determine the Layout During the planning stage of your walkway design, you will need to determine the layout of the walkway. Using garden hoses or rope, define the path and width of your walkway.

27 August 2015

Understanding Your Asphalt Options

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If you need to use asphalt for some sort of paving, then you have a pretty big decision to make: what kind of mixing you are interested in. Each option has its pros and cons. To help you make a more informed decision, here is a brief overview of each. Mix Types Asphalt is made by combining aggregates (crushed rocks and similarly hard substances) and bitumen, which acts as a binding agent.

19 August 2015