Carolina Paving Sealing & Grading

Carolina Paving Sealing & Grading
Carolina Paving Sealing & Grading is listed in the Snow Removal category in Mills River, North Carolina. Displayed below is the only current social network for Carolina Paving Sealing & Grading which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Carolina Paving Sealing & Grading on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 48.

Carolina Paving Sealing & Grading offers Snow Removal services in Mills River NC.

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While having a customer trip on an uneven paved surface can create a legal headache, having a car sustain damage because of the condition of your parking lot can be worse. When you want to ensure your building’s paved areas aren’t creating a liability for your business, we’re always ready to help you correct the problem.

Did you know that good paving construction methods include making sure that the hot mix asphalt is the right temperature? If the mix is too hot, it may result in some surface raveling and possible premature hardening. If it’s too cold, it will not compact properly.

We tend to call the entire paving substance asphalt, but asphalt is actually only the binder. The rest is layers of different sized rocks which redistribute the load and provide support, while the binder, in this case, asphalt, seals and holds everything together.

When heated, asphalt becomes moldable, which is how it's laid down for paving, but it can also be used to add decorations to a paved driveway, either through chip seal layers or through creating forms in the asphalt via stamping.

While markings are an important element of a good parking lot, it’s important that they’re applied correctly. New asphalt surfaces can be marked with either traffic paint or cold applied marking tape. However, with the paint, it’s recommended that the asphalt be allowed to cure for several days ahead of time.