The lifespan of pavement striping is approximately between twelve and eighteen months. Following this time period a re-striping is recommended to keep the flow of traffic in efficient order. The lifespan of pavement can vary, if the maintenance is kept up to date and cracks are filled and leveled to prevent potholes than a new pavement surface will not be necessary as frequently. It is recommended that pavement should last upwards of twenty years with proper care.
When green algae is found it can deteriorate the paving. To maintain and remove detergent can be used. Block paving is recommended to be periodically treated with general weed killer. Moss and weeds will grow and germinate in the joints of the paving, which causes structural issues. Structural issues are the biggest downfall to the health of your pavement, allowing organic matter to accumulate and damage the structure of your asphalt the less time will be needed between a full replacement.
The benefits of filling the cracks that form in your concrete are numerous. The access the crack gives liquids like rain to enter increases the number of cracks and the severity will eventually turn into a pothole. There are clear benefits to filling the cracks that appear in your pavement as early as possible. The short-term monetary cost will curb a higher bill down the road. Our team is well versed in the standards and steps to filling cracks in an effective way. There is no need to wait out your cracks, as this will cause more damage further down the line. We are available for quotes and consultations and offer our knowledge and experience to our clients.
Pavement markings are signifiers for vehicle operators such as; stripes, handicap symbols and so much more. The importance of pavement markers is to keep the traffic it directs moving smoothly. Pavement markings are to be maintained on average every year to year and a half. There are instances that the lifespan of marking can extend to two years. There are multiple benefits to keeping your traffic is optimal efficiency including the lower opportunity for accidents to occur. Our tenured team can assess the wear of your marking and offer a plan to enhance the striping using the least amount of time and capital for the property owner.
Catch Basin & Under drainage
Having the right flow of water in your parking lot will keep your concrete free of any standing water. Standing water is detrimental when it comes to the health of your concrete surface. Pools will ooze into the pavement weakening the asphalt or concrete. The weakening of concrete will surely spell disastrous results for property owners. No matter if your pavement sits on residential or commercial land, you will want to fix the drainage of your water with urgency. Our team is highly certified and comes with impeccable recommendations from former clients who rave about the quality of result and the quality of service.