Asphalt, no matter where it is, is going to crack over the years. Asphalt on a highway that is driven on by semi trucks is going to crack, and an asphalt on a driveway that you just walk on is going to crack. The point is, there is really not much you can do about cracks forming in your asphalt. However, you can immediately patch them as soon as they pop up.
Concrete walls are probably going to crack over time. This is particularly problematic if it is a weight-bearing wall. However, most small concrete cracks don't even have any effect on the structural integrity of your wall. However, it is still a good idea to patch and repair these cracks to prevent them from growing bigger, and to hide ugly blemishes. This article ex
If you're looking at a commercial property to buy, you have to consider the land, buildings, and parking lot. If the building has been vacant for awhile, the lot may be neglected and full of tall weeds. While the lot may appear to be in bad shape, it may only need cosmetic improvements. Here are some things you'll want to discuss with the paving contractor about getti
When you have a commercial property and the parking lot doesn't look like it's in good condition, you want to look at the different repair options available. Although you may be considering replacing asphalt with concrete, this could be a costly mistake and headache. Instead, find a commercial sealcoating company that can come to the property and evaluate how poor the
Do you have a bunch of cracks in your sidewalks? If you have cracks that are just small, you can probably just ignore them. Even if they don't look great, there is no effective way to fill cracks that are basically hairline fractures in your concrete. When to Repair Cracks Small concrete pressure cracks are extremely common. They can occur when the soil underneath the