Concrete vs. Asphalt – Which One is Right for You?

Concrete vs. Asphalt – Which One is Right for You?

Is it time to start a paving project, whether it is a brand new build or a replacement, but you aren’t sure whether to get concrete or asphalt? Choosing a suitable material is key to creating a paving project that is durable, functional, and beautiful. Today, we...
Spring Asphalt Maintenance Checklist

Spring Asphalt Maintenance Checklist

Blooming flowers, buzzing bees, and the sweet scent of freshly cut grass are just around the corner. With spring comes multiple to-do lists, including a spring asphalt maintenance checklist! We want to help you achieve long-lasting pavement for your home and business,...
What You Need to Know About Paving a Parking Lot

What You Need to Know About Paving a Parking Lot

As a business owner, you may be in a position where you need to pave your parking lot. Maybe you are a brand new construction with zero parking yet, or perhaps your gravel parking lot is no longer working for you. You would be amazed at how much a new parking lot can...
Snow Removal Methods

Snow Removal Methods

Let it snow, let it snow, wait, no…don’t do that! As a home or business owner, you will likely face the challenges of snow each winter season. You want to ensure that your family or customers are able to move safely to and from your home or business. To do that, you...
Patch Your Potholes This Winter

Patch Your Potholes This Winter

Here in Portland, winter means wet. It rains and rains and rains some more. Like many property owners, there is a good chance your home driveway or business parking lot is suffering from potholes during these long winter months. Today, we are going to discuss what...
7 Signs it’s Time to Repave Your Parking Lot

7 Signs it’s Time to Repave Your Parking Lot

Is your parking lot starting to get old? Do you think that it may be time to repave, but you are not sure? Today, we are giving you our 7 signs its time to repave your parking lot so that you can know exactly what to look for and when it is time to call your local...