New and Existing Construction/Maintenance:
Asphalt pavement is utilized in a variety of different applications because of its durability, cost-effectiveness, simplicity of construction and strength.Picture 155 It is the material of choice for paving parking lots. Asphalt withstands heavier loads and when combined with proper asphalt maintenance, lasts for many years.
In order to maximize the life of your asphalt parking lot, it is important to develop a pavement management plan involving routine inspections and on-going preventative maintenance. The following are some common asphalt maintenance procedures for parking lots:
- Asphalt Removal and Replacement
- Asphalt Resurfacing
We are also a licensed Perma Flex installer, the only asphalt mix developed exclusively for overlaying cracked surfaces, giving you the quality and confidence in the most reliable product on the market.GWP Paving Perma Flex is a unique asphalt paving system developed to make repairs on large asphalt areas more economical. PermaFlex includes carefully sized aggregate and a combination of liquid asphalt bonding agents blended to wedge into existing cracks. PermaFlex has been formulated not to contain aggregate sizes that promote reflective cracking. The liquid asphalt agent allows for a continuously bonded flexible crack retarding barrier ready for a smooth water tight asphalt surface.
A scheduled program of pavement maintenance beautifies and protects asphalt pavement for a fraction of the cost of overlaying with new asphalt. Left untreated, asphalt pavement will deteriorate rapidly.
Pavement sealers are designed to replenish the binder that is lost through weathering and aging and provides superior protection against environmental distress. Left unsealed, oil and gasoline will soften and deteriorate the exposed asphalt binder. Pavement sealers provide a protective barrier that resist attacks from oil, gasoline and other harmful chemicals. An unsealed pavement allows water to penetrate into and through the pavement structure leading to base erosion, freeze and thaw damage and ultimately pavement failure. Pavement sealers provide a protective barrier to stop wear and penetration.
- Striping – Oil-or-latex based markings
- Parking Bumpers
- Signage – Fire Lane, DOT, HDC, Stop, Street Blades, Etc.
- Thermoplastic Striping –Thermoplastic can last up to six times longer than traffic paint and dries in five minutes, making it an excellent choice in busy parking lots.