Whether you need to install a new driveway or you are replacing an old one, asphalt is almost certainly one of the options you will consider. A properly installed asphalt driveway will perform much like concrete, but at a much lower cost. One of the tradeoffs with asphalt is that you should seal it every few years for proper maintenance, while concrete is essentially maintenance-free. However, because asphalt is a petroleum product, it is more flexible and less susceptible to cracking than concrete, making it ideal for colder climates.
When you visit a business, what is the very first thing you experience? The employee at the front desk? Or the interior decor? Nope. The very first thing you see and experience is the parking lot. The parking lot can influence your first impression of a business. A smooth, well-laid-out parking lot makes your experience much more pleasant than a confusing, pothole-filled parking lot. We realize how important maintaining your parking lot is. It is one way you can make good impressions on customers right from the get-go. Plus, it prevents customers from storming into your business already on edge from not finding a parking space or having a fender bender.