Oil stains negatively affect the appearance of an asphalt surface. Worse still, when allowed to remain long enough, that oil will lead to the premature breakdown of your asphalt. For both of those reasons, it is important you attend to oil stains as soon as possible. This article will teach you four different strategies for removing unwanted oil stains. Soap And Water Tackle oil stains that are still fresh with a mixture of water and liquid soap (be generous with the soap!
- If your neighborhood park has a basketball court for the community to use, and you are a member of the recreational committee in charge of maintaining this amenity, you will want to take the needed steps in keeping it safe. Failing to take the time to maintain a basketball court can lead to a lawsuit if someone happens to become injured due to improper upkeep. Here are some steps you should take regularly to help keep the court in the best of shape so it can continue to be used without incident.
- Your parking lot is just as important as your landscaping and exterior of your business. This is the first thing your visitors will see on the way to your building. Below are some tips on keeping your asphalt parking lot maintained so it will be inviting and efficient for everyone. Maintain Parking Lot Line Striping Without visible parking lot lines, your visitors will not know where to park their cars. This is especially true if you have a busy parking lot.
- Winter can be tough on your business's parking lot, especially if you live in an area with extreme freezes or heavy snowfall. Making sure it survives the season intact is not just important from a cost saving perspective, but also for the safety of your customers and their vehicles. The following guide can help you maintain your lot through the winter months. Keep it clean. Before the first freeze and snow fall, bring in a lot cleaning company to pressure wash the lot and remove the stains of summer—including spilled food and car fluids.
- Sealcoating is a paving process that allows you to add a protective layer to your asphalt driveway in order to prevent damaging debris from settling in and creating problems. With this in mind, you should read on and learn all about the many advantages of sealcoating, how often you should have your driveway sealcoated and how much it will cost you. With this in mind, read on and take advantage of this information.