Driveway installation and parking lot maintenance can be a bit overwhelming, which is why it’s always a good idea to work with a reliable company like Bonness. Answering questions, whether it’s about asphalt driveway cost or the pros of different paving materials, is part of our service. And, if you want tips on how to make sure your new asphalt parking lot ages gracefully, we can help you with that as well. In fact, let’s get you started right now:
It can be frustrating when you see tire scuff marks on your newly sealed asphalt pavement. Although it is inevitable, it’s important to know its causes and the ways you can take note of to easily get rid of them.
As “creepy” and alarming as it sounds, street creep is something most people should be aware of on their property. This refers to the gradual increase in pressure a street puts on a house under various circumstances. Also known as a driveway creep, this normally happens whenever the concrete street expands during the hot seasons, which puts excess pressure on your driveway and then your foundation.
As described in our previous post, many aspects of building a parking lot circles back to its design, including choice of aggregate and equipment. In today’s post, we share insight on the key design principles of parking lots.
A good parking lot involves much more than just clearing some space and painting some slots on it. To help you understand what’s involved with it, we discuss the process of planning and building a parking lot.