Aggregates are materials essential to construction projects, from residential and commercial buildings to driveways. Today, we take a look at the different types of aggregates used in construction.
Following heavy rainfall, the last thing you want is to have water accumulating in places where it doesn’t belong. To protect your home and landscaping from water runoff, you’ll need to have an effective drainage solution. This means grading specific areas properly and adding swales to manage water runoff. But you’ll need a premier expert for this.
While puddles of rainwater in parking lots are nothing out of the ordinary and are simply a regular sight for many, they should be a cause for concern for homeowners and property managers. Here’s why.
Asphalt paving is highly durable; that’s why it’s often used for driveways, roadways and parking lots. However, much like other building materials, it can get damaged when it’s constantly exposed to certain elements.