Commercial Paving & Parking Lot Repairs for Business Owners

Business owners who find themselves needing parking lot repair services or commercial paving for the first time can be worried about how much things will cost or which asphalt services will best help their property. Luckily for commercial paving services in Camden County NJ, Associated Paving Contractors Inc is the go-to paving company who can answer all these questions.

FAQs About Commercial Paving & Repairs

What goes into parking lot paving?

Paving an asphalt parking lot on a commercial property consists of several steps:

  1. Preparing the site for paving with grading and excavation services
  2. Installing a stable gravel base layer
  3. Asphalt paving in several layers
  4. Line striping to apply parking spaces and traffic symbols
  5. Installation of concrete curbing, ramps, or other concrete structures
  6. Signage and other finishing projects

What commercial asphalt repairs should I get first?

Parking lots and asphalt roads can suffer from different kinds of damage, some of which is cheaper to repair than others. Minor damage can also get worse, so it’s best to tackle it first. Crack filling is a great repair service to get first to keep potholes from forming. Concrete drainage repair can also prevent asphalt deterioration.

Are there pavement maintenance services that preserve asphalt?

In addition to yearly pavement sweeping to remove debris and vehicle oils, getting asphalt sealcoating every couple years at least will protect your commercial pavement from cracks and other deterioration.

Who do I call for quality commercial paving & repairs in Camden County NJ? Associated Paving Contractors Inc!

Remember, your commercial asphalt shows potential customers how you feel about your business! To keep it looking good for decades, you need quality commercial paving services from your trusted local paving company: Associated Paving Contractors Inc.

Ready to restore and preserve your commercial asphalt? Call us today for a consultation and pavement inspection!

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