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What is Sand Slurry Sealcoating?

Sand Slurry Sealcoating Sealing your asphalt is always recommended to increase its longevity and keep moisture at bay. Unfortunately, regular sealcoating can potentially get slippery ...
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Recycling Asphalt: Recycled Plastic Roads

New ideas and innovations are paving the way forward to a better tomorrow...literally. In "Recycling Asphalt: How and Why?" we discussed how asphalt is recycled ...
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Recycling Asphalt: How and Why?

Thanks to an extensive freeze/thaw cycle, road work in Western New York is seemingly endless. Asphalt roadways and parking lots are resurfaced to eliminate imperfections ...
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Cold Patch vs Hot Asphalt Repair

Stop Putting Off Those Summer Repairs Fall is almost here which means it is time to start picking apples and searching for pumpkin spiced everything ...
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There’s Time To Seal Your Blacktop

Fall has officially begun in Western New York. Now is the time for hot cider, backyard bonfires, pumpkin picking, and falling leaves. But don't let ...
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Is Your Parking Lot “Back To School” Ready?

Back-To-School sales are everywhere these days so you know the countdown has begun! That also means it's time to get your school in shape for ...
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Boosting Curb Appeal

As many store owners know, pulling traffic into your store is easier said than done. Curb appeal involves more than a few cleverly designed signs ...
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Benefits of Sealcoating

We perform maintenance on our homes and offices to keep it in top condition and to protect it against future problems. Why not do the ...
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Parking Lot Cleaning Tips

How your parking lot looks will make a big impression on how people see the quality of your business. An unsightly parking lot can drive away ...
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When Is It Time To Resurface Your Asphalt?

A high-quality asphalt surface should last anywhere from 20 to 30 years. That being said, mother nature is known for being tough on asphalt. With the ...
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