How Do I Know When to Replace My Concrete?

Concrete typically has a life expectancy of 10 -15 years, depending on its application. But the elements, traffic and lack of maintenance can all shorten the life of concrete. Keeping an eye out for certain telltale signs of concrete failure can help you nip any issues in the bud.

Asphalt Curing Time: How Long Will Your Parking Lot be Closed?

New asphalt needs time to cool before you allow traffic on it, which is known as “asphalt curing time.” Unlike concrete which “cures” in the first few days of installation, new asphalt can be driven on as soon as it’s rolled and cool.

What Causes Concrete to Wear Down?

Concrete doesn’t wear down, so to speak. More likely it fails because of age or underlying causes.

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How Thick Does Concrete Need to Be?

The thickness of concrete depends on its application. You’ll need to consider the soil or sub-grade conditions in the location you’re laying the concrete.

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What Questions Should You Ask a Paving Contractor?

Choosing a paving contractor is difficult. Making sure you choose the right contractor for your specific project is also vitally important.