Catch basins are usually an out of sight, out of mind portion of the parking lot until sinkholes develop in your asphalt causing major problems and liability hazards. Catch Basins are an important part to your parking lot structure. Catch Continue reading Catch Basin Repairs
WATER is the most destructive element to our pavements. If it rained and snowed everywhere but on our roads, bridges and parking lots, 90 percent of highway, street and parking lot work would be eliminated. Since that is not likely Continue reading Cracks in your pavement?
Asphalt patching becomes necessary when the surface of your asphalt parking lot or roadway becomes distressed to the point where severe alligators or potholes start to form. Most of the time this is caused by lack of a pavement preservation Continue reading Types of asphalt patching
All weather asphalt sport surfaces that are colorcoated require very little maintenance. There are just a few basic tips that will help extend the life of your colorcoated surfaces. Watch for the appearance of mold or mildew on your court. Continue reading All weather sport court
The summer is over. Daylight savings is over and the daylight hours are getting shorter. What this means is the dreaded winter is right around the corner. During the winter months the water and frost thaw cycle can do some Continue reading Summer is over
Invasive tree roots are a common problem for homeowners and in commercial settings. They sneak into septic lines, under sidewalks, and can ruin asphalt courts (i.e. Tennis and Basketball Courts) by causing trip hazards. Tree roots can reach up to Continue reading Root Invasion
Why is this guy in my way? Road shoulders are useful to bicyclists traveling on roads that do not have dedicated bike lanes. However, cyclists are NOT required to ride in a shoulder. Debris often collects in a road’s shoulder, Continue reading Riding on the edge
You have decided to build a tennis court, you just have yet to decide what kind. Here are some tips that may help you decide which is best for you. The question is asphalt court or Har-Tru clay tennis court. Continue reading Har-Tru vs asphalt Tennis Courts
Below is a list of questions I am constantly asked about sealcoating, we thought they may be useful. Why Sealcoat? You have a large investment in your pavement. Replacing it is an expensive endeavor. Sealers are designed to protect and Continue reading Frequently asked questions about sealcoating
We can paint your parking stalls to match your company colors! Instead of the traditional white lines, with yellow fire lanes and no parking areas we can make your parking stalls colored. We recently did a walkway in a bright Continue reading Custom colors for your parking lot
Last summer I came across a first on a tennis court. A customer of ours son had been shooting his paint ball guns off in the back yard near his tennis court. A stray paint ball was landing on the Continue reading Tennis Owners beware of paintballers!
The answer is quite basic. The different colors on your court cause the asphalt to expand and contract a different rate. The White color of the lines tends to reflect the suns rays. So the asphalt under the white paint Continue reading Why are the white lines on my tennis or basketball court cracking?
Gas and oil spills on your asphalt parking lot happen. Hopefully, your asphalt parking lot has been protected from this by sealcoating. If not, then here a few tips on how to immediately remove the spills before they cause irreparable Continue reading Removing Gas and Oil Spills from your Asphalt Parking lot
Pickleball is a sport that is growing in popularity. The sport & fitness industry association reports 2.46 million people played in 2015. It is not only becoming popular in the United Sates, but in Canada, Europe and Asia as well. Continue reading Pickleball is the new craze!
A well designed court will not have trees locates too close to it. They present a number of maintenance problems. The most visible are the dropping of leaves, sap, twigs, bark and now and then branches. Sometimes elimination of the Continue reading Moisture on your Asphalt Courts
We are frequently asked “how many Handicap Spaces does my parking lot need?” All parking lots for customers, visitors or businesses with the exception of valet parking; should have handicap accessible spaces for vehicles and should be marked properly. When Continue reading how many Handicap Spaces does my parking lot need?
Wow, you just spent $30,000.00 for your new tennis court. Now, should you spend another $4,500.00 to $5,000.00 to colorcoat the new asphalt or should you just paint the playing lines on it? You bet you should have it colorcoated! Continue reading Benefits of Colorocating
How long should an asphalt parking lot be closed after it has been sealcoated? Opening a parking lot too soon can affect the short and long term performance of the sealer. Sealcoating even under ideal conditions requires time for it Continue reading How long should an asphalt parking lot be closed after it has been sealcoated?
Rust or brown spots on the surface of an asphalt Tennis or Basketball court are becoming unfortunately very common. These cosmetically undesirable spots and streaks on the playing surface usually do not affect play in the beginning; but do detract Continue reading Why do I have rust spots on my tennis court?