The Top 3 Benefits of Choosing An Asphalt Parking Lot
Nationwide Maintenance Can Repair Your Roadways & Parking Lots
Quality of work in the commercial paving industry can vary drastically. The key factor in delivering best quality is to have knowledgeable & experienced staff, having the correct equipment and using the appropriate type and quantity of materials. Nationwide has unparalleled experience on our commercial paving crew. Our commercial customers trust Nationwide to understand root causes of parking lot issues, propose solutions that address these issues and deliver a product that displays expert workmanship using the quantity of material that was promised.
Time is precious to Nationwide’s customers and we respect that by displaying professionalism and efficiency from initial customer contact through completion of the project. Expect prompt responses from our professional staff on all inquiries, including open communication on scheduling of parking lot projects and we will minimize downtime of your parking lot by utilizing proven commercial paving processes and resources.
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Quick Installation, Lower Cost: An asphalt driveway or parking lot can usually be laid just a few days, depending on the size of the project, which can save you money. Concrete usually takes twice as long to install (and even longer to set and cure). Depending on the season, your asphalt parking lot can be ready for use in only two days, whereas a concrete parking lot can take up to a week to be ready to use.
Better For the Environment: Asphalt is considered a green technology because it can be recycled. Certain types of asphalt, such as porous or permeable asphalt, help with water drainage. This type of parking lot allows water to pass through the pavement into the soil below. With concrete, the water must run off with no permeable options, and excess water must be managed as a part of the project plan.
Long Lifespan: Asphalt does require preventative maintenance, but this maintenance keeps the asphalt looking (and working) like new for a long time. With the right maintenance, asphalt pavement can last twenty or more years. When replaced, usually only the top layer is repaved, as the base layer and middle layer are considered permanent. This top layer re-pavement process is affordable, which can make an asphalt parking lot very cost-effective in the long run.