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What Do Paving Companies Do With Old Asphalt?

The National Asphalt Pavement Association does its due diligence at keeping this country just as the song describes it - beautiful. And with 2.7 million miles of asphalt paved roads and highways carrying an estimated 276 million cars, buses, and tractor-trailer trucks, this is no easy feat.

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Parking Lot Budget Considerations For Property Managers

Haskell Paving understands a well-maintained parking lot is as vital to bringing customers to the front door as a business card, brochure, or company website. The paving professionals of Haskell Paving offer three easy and essential business parking lot tips that will not ‘bust' the business budget!

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How Can You Improve Your Business' Curb Appeal?

Most brick and mortar businesses understand the necessity of maintaining a presence. However, with the e-commerce industry growing exponentially, keeping your business afloat means you have to strategize outside of the box. After all, your place of business has to be navigation-friendly and appealing enough to entice consumers to leave their homes.

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Asphalt Milling 101

Asphalt milling, also known as pavement milling, cold planning, or profiling, is a cost-effective method of upgrading a weathered parking lot or roadway. The milling process, which originated in the mid-1970s, involves removing either the full depth of asphalt or one to two inches of asphalt layers in need of repair, without going near to the sub-base. The removed asphalt is then recycled and ground into gravel for use down the road. With the damaged pavement removed, new asphalt is layered and leveled.

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What To Do After You Complete An Asphalt Paving Project

To maintain those great first impressions with customers and sustain those investment dollars, we present a few simple dos and don’ts after the paving project has been completed. Let the well-seasoned experts at Haskell Paving walk you through it. To ensure you’re protecting your investment, we can help with your commercial asphalt installation and the best maintenance practices to keep your lot safe.

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6 Ways You Can Stay On Top Of Parking Lot Safety At Work

The majority of daily commutes ultimately end in a company parking lot, where employees inevitably engage in the habitual ‘race to the space’ after a long drive in traffic. As a business owner, you may be deemed wholly or partially liable for the accidents that occur on your property, solidifying why parking lot safety at work is as vital to your business’ bottom line as the quality of products or services you’re providing.

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Why Commercial Asphalt Installation Is The Way To Go

While owning and operating a storefront, office, or warehouse is a very rewarding pursuit, the number of crucial decisions being made on a regular basis are significant. At every level of operations, any decision could make or break the continued success of any business. To ensure that things are done correctly the first time, it’s not unusual to outsource help from various service providers.

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Protecting Your Asphalt Pavement This Winter

Somehow, running a business successfully in a region with four distinct seasons carries a whole other level of considerations. The winter months are hardly kind to business operations, not to mention the exterior of your office, storefront, or warehouse. Maintaining winter operations without a hitch doesn’t have to be left to chance.

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Commercial Asphalt And Your Business

A professional, well-maintained exterior and parking lot is not only aesthetically appealing but also shows you care about the well-being of your customers. As employees, vendors, and potential clients will be using your commercial lot, you want to ensure you’re doing your part to make the visit as seamless as possible. Utilizing a local, commercial asphalt company for your parking lot will help to ensure proper drainage, installation, regular maintenance upkeep, and more.

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Fall Maintenance For Your Parking Lot

For those of us braving the east coast climate, we know that the onset of fall means that winter is fast approaching. Like clockwork, we all begin to prepare for the harsh elements and drop in temperatures to protect what’s nearest and dearest to us. Fall maintenance tasks to help increase your commercial parking lot’s lifespan include rectifying standing water, crack-filling, and sealcoating.

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