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An Overview of Commercial Paving Options

As a business owner or commercial property manager, you’re responsible for keeping many structures and systems in and around your building or buildings in good working order. When was the last time you thought about your driveways, parking lots, and other paved surfaces?

If business expansion is on your mind, or if you have an older property that needs some work, it’s true that you may actively be thinking about these assets now – this is good! Asphalt care and maintenance should be on every commercial property manager’s regular task list, but we realize that it sometimes gets overlooked.

That means you may not know what your options are when it comes to building and improving or simply keeping parking lots and driveways in shape. And that’s why we’re taking a look today at how services provided by commercial paving contractors like Lyons & Hohl Paving are integral to your property management routines. Continue reading “An Overview of Commercial Paving Options”

How to Minimize Business Disruption During Your Paving Project

We are all familiar with the headaches that roadway paving projects cause with related detours and travel delays. These projects are vital for maintaining the safety and integrity of road surfaces that we rely on every day, but they sure can be inconvenient when you’re running late for work or an important appointment. Paving projects in your industrial or commercial property’s parking lots and other paved areas can be just as annoying, as well as disruptive to your daily business activities if they are not well planned and collaboratively managed by both your internal team and your paving contractor.

The good news is, though, that you can spare your business from frustrations and costly downtime due to paving and asphalt surface maintenance projects. Choosing to work with an experienced and reliable paving contractor like us here at Lyons & Hohl is part of the solution, but there are some additional steps you can take to assure that your project is both successful and minimally disruptive. Continue reading “How to Minimize Business Disruption During Your Paving Project”

Why You Need a Paving Contractor for Your Next Job

Did you know that approximately 90% of parking lots in the US are paved with asphalt pavement? Asphalt is used to pave a majority of US highways, streets, parking areas, walking & biking trails, and airports. Currently, there are approximately 3,500 asphalt production companies located in the United States. With over 4.1 million miles of public roadways in this nation, that is a lot of surface area to pave. Continue reading “Why You Need a Paving Contractor for Your Next Job”