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Posted on 10/4/18

A trip hazard is when two concrete sidewalk slabs come to together and one has risen or lowered creating unevenness someone could trip over. This is common occurrence caused by different reasons including tree root growth, ground compaction issues, and weather.  Local government, building owners an...Read More

Posted on 10/3/18

Driving along a stretch of asphalt in the dark, you may notice that the road doesn’t seem to get quite as dark as it used to. One reason? Those little reflective bumps along the pavement. Some of these reflectors come in unsurprising colors—red, yellow, white.   What about the blue ones, th...Read More

Posted on 10/2/18

Specs: When laying out parking stalls use at least ten (10) feet wide stalls if possible. (Narrower stalls can result in nicked car doors). Laying out a parking lot properly should result in good flowing traffic pattern and more parking places. If there are bad oil spots on the lot, there may be adh...Read More

Posted on 10/1/18

Seal-coating Weather & Drying Time. The all time favorite question: How long does it take to dry?? Let’s talk weather first. Weather Conditions: Sealer should not be applied unless pavement temperature is at least 50F° (10C°) and the air temperature is 50F° (10C°) and rising. Sealer sh...Read More

Posted on 9/28/18

Stage One: No Damage, Clean & Seal The very best way to protect an asphalt parking lot from oil damage is to sealcoat the entire area within 12 months of paving.   Stage Two: Minimal Damage Showing Exposed Surface, Repair Needed When the oil spot on the pavement has started to create minima...Read More

Posted on 9/27/18

Did you know that approximately 330,000 people in the U.S. are employed by the asphalt pavement industry? The industry is made up of companies ranging from small driveway-paving operations to multimillion-dollar construction companies that produce and place asphalt on roads, highways, airport runway...Read More

Posted on 9/26/18

THANKS TO BROAD ADOPTION OF SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES BY THE ASPHALT PAVEMENT INDUSTRY, THE ROADS MANY PEOPLE USE TO GET AROUND ON EVERY DAY ARE GETTING GREENER, CONSERVING NATURAL RESOURCES AND SAVING TAXPAYERS MONEY. The way old asphalt pavements can be used to build new ones cannot be ma...Read More

Posted on 12/23/15

With only days left until 2015 draws to a close, the All Paving team is working harder than ever to make sure the communities and properties we work with will truly shine for the holidays. This season is a particularly important one for commercial and retail properties; parking lots and roadways nee...Read More

Posted on 1/30/15

A recent 3-part article was just published by the National Asphalt Pavement Association (www.asphaltpavement.org) in HMAT magazine detailing the past, present, and future of statistical analysis for asphalt specifications. The article itself is extremely well-written by two PhD’s who examine both ...Read More

Posted on 9/10/14

Over the last few years we have received countless requests about different Sealcoating products.   It seemed everyone in the parking lot and roadway industry was looking for a product that lasts.  Well All Paving did it’s research and found a solution for all customers.  We are happy to an...Read More

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