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The Easiest Way to Design a Church Parking Lot

A church is typically a place where quite a few people congregate together at once. Thus, parking is especially important when it comes to the construction of your church. Services tend to be smaller on weekdays, but Sundays especially can see dozens and dozens of vehicles looking for a place to park. Not only that, […]

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The Best Underlayment Options for a Gravel Driveway

For many homeowners, gravel driveways are a favorite choice for parking their vehicles. Not only is gravel relatively inexpensive compared to other types of driveway materials, it’s also available in many different styles and can be very durable when combined with the right type of underlayment. There are many types of gravel driveway underlayment you […]

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Blacktop vs. Concrete: The Best Material for Driveways and Parking Lots

When it comes to paving areas like parking lots and driveways, two materials usually come to mind, concrete and asphalt. Asphalt, otherwise known as blacktop, is similar to concrete in terms of performance and cost but does differ a bit.  Whether you’re looking to pave a parking lot or you’re wondering if you should install […]

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How to Create Sustainable and Durable Industrial Pavement

Commercial and industrial buildings need industrial pavement that can handle their needs. Too many builders, owners, architects, and designers gravitate towards inferior types of pavement when it comes to building their parking lots, roadways, sidewalks, and other areas around their buildings.  For lots that experience heavy traffic, large vehicles, and heavy equipment, asphalt and concrete […]

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The Best Eco-Friendly Paving for Universities

Universities tend to be some of the most forward-thinking places on Earth. Especially when it comes to environmental awareness, they’re always looking for the latest and greatest technology to help reduce carbon emissions and promote sustainability. Impermeable pavement like concrete and asphalt is one of the largest producers of carbon emissions that we have, which […]

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3 Alternative Materials that Help Shrink Concrete’s Carbon Footprint

Concrete is one of the most harmful construction materials on the planet when it comes to measuring its environmental impact. The process by which concrete is made releases tons of CO2 into the atmosphere and accounts for about 8% of the world’s carbon dioxide emissions while consuming nearly 3% of its energy supply. However, since concrete […]

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An Alternative to Traditional Gravel Parking Pads

If you’re a homeowner or business owner in need of a parking solution, there are more than a few directions you could go. Most tend to opt for asphalt or concrete parking. These materials are very durable and stylistically pleasing at first, however they come with a litany of potential issues that can — and […]

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How to Stabilize a Muddy Road

  There are many dangers and risks associated with driving on a muddy road. Whether it be a public road, your driveway, or some type of service road, muddy roads are a nuisance to everyone. Your vehicle can end up covered with mud that dries out and cakes on your paint, they can rut, washout, […]

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How to Extend a Driveway Without Breaking the Bank

If you’re like many homeowners, you live in a home with a premade driveway, probably built without any input from you, so it might not fit your needs exactly. Maybe you’ve purchased another vehicle; you have someone new living with you, or you have some extra toys that need a place to sit.  For whatever […]

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The Complete Guide to Plastic Pavers

Creating an area in your business that can handle everything from a toddler’s walk to a large commercial vehicle is a daunting task. Most engineers and architects immediately turn to traditional materials, such as concrete and asphalt. But the same old paving methods are many. These materials may require regular maintenance, cause flooding, pollutant runoff, […]

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