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When Is The Best Time To Repave My Parking Lot?

Wednesday, August 14th, 2019
PTG Enterprises

How are you meant to know if it’s time to repave? Be on the lookout for these big indicators that it may be about time.

Your parking lot is an important part of your business. It provides a safe and secure place for you employees to park, and also a convenient place for customers and potential customers to leave their cars if they stop by. It also serves as one of the first impressions for your business.  When the parking lot is run down, dirty, or in need of repair, it can create a negative impression in the mind of potential customers even before they walk through your door. So if you do need to repair your lot, how do you know if you need to patch or repave? And if you do need to repave, when is the right time to do it? 

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3 Types Of Pavement Rehabilitation

Monday, June 24th, 2019
spring

Learn about three types of pavement rehabilitation.

Pavement is a considerable investment for any business, and it is one with a pretty finite lifespan. As soon as pavement is installed, the forces of nature start to work on breaking it down, even when the aggregate base is properly graded, and the pavement is properly installed. Routine maintenance plays a huge role in keeping the pavement usable for as long as possible, but eventually, it will reach a point where it no longer makes a difference. Pavement rehabilitation is a means to turn back the clock on that pavement lifecycle and extend the usable life of your pavement. If you’re interested in pavement rehabilitation, there are three types that you should be aware of. (more…)

Prepare for Spring with 5 Post-Winter Pavement Repairs

Monday, February 18th, 2019
Asphalt Installation

Learn how to prepare for spring with five post-winter pavement repairs.

Winter weather can wreak havoc on many parts of your property. The pipes, pavement, and other aspects can break down under the pressure, weight, and constant freezing and refreezing. Without the proper preventative measures and maintenance throughout the season, you could find a great deal of expensive damage that you’ll have to repair. Check out how you can prepare for spring with these five post-winter pavement repairs. (more…)

What Is Frost Heave Damage?

Monday, February 11th, 2019
Learn about frost heave damage.

Learn about frost heave damage.

The winter is not over yet, but after months of freezing temperatures, property managers may see frost heave and cold weather damages in their parking lot and sidewalks. Continue reading to learn more about frost heave damage and how to repair it. (more…)

3 Reasons To Repair Potholes As Quickly As Possible

Friday, February 8th, 2019
Learn three reasons why it’s so important to repair potholes as quickly as possible.

Learn three reasons why it’s so important to repair potholes as quickly as possible.

Potholes can cause a lot of damage to cars or pedestrians in your parking lot, and it is crucial to repair a pothole as soon as possible. If your parking lot is full of potholes, it is not only a terrible first impression for new customers, but it also puts you at risk of being liable for an accident. Continue reading for three essential reasons why you should always repair potholes on your property as quickly as possible. (more…)

What Are Emergency Cold Patching Services?

Friday, December 14th, 2018
 Learn about emergency cold patching services.

Learn about emergency cold patching services.

The winter season is tough on pavement, as the freeze-thaw cycles cause new pavement damages and potholes in existing asphalt surfaces. If your pavement is in rough condition, don’t wait any longer to reinforce it with emergency cold patching services from PTG! (more…)

It’s Time for Property and Facility Managers to Plan for 2019 Pavement Projects

Friday, December 7th, 2018
Learn why it's time for property and facility managers to plan for 2019 pavement projects.

Learn why it’s time for property and facility managers to plan for 2019 pavement projects.

As we enter December, it is that time of year when property managers must begin planning paving projects for the new year. The end of the year can be a stressful time for businesses, and planning new projects is not always an easy task. If you feel overwhelmed by the asphalt and concrete projects you must complete in 2019, call PTG today! We offer professional pavement contractor services that can be vital to your planning process and help to develop a strategy that works best for your community or facility. (more…)

Is Your Pavement Ready For This Winter?

Thursday, October 25th, 2018
Learn if your pavement is ready for this winter.

Learn if your pavement is ready for this winter.

Before the winter season arrives, all property managers must ask themselves an important question: “Is my pavement ready for winter?” Parking lots and sidewalks need to be prepared now for the winter elements and freezing temperatures to ensure they remain in good condition. Continue reading to learn how PTG can help with winterization of your pavement! (more…)

Why It’s Important To Repair Pavement Damage Before Winter

Friday, October 5th, 2018
Learn why it’s important to repair pavement damage before winter.

Learn why it’s important to repair pavement damage before winter.

Although fall just arrived, winter will be here before we know it. Before the freezing temperatures, snow, and ice hit Maryland, property managers must first repair their pavement. It’s crucial to fill cracks and potholes in the fall, or your pavement will need expensive repairs in the spring. (more…)

Reserve Study: Planning Your Pavement Budget

Thursday, September 27th, 2018
Learn all about reserve studies and planning your pavement budget.

Learn all about reserve studies and planning your pavement budget.

As we enter the last few months of 2018, property managers and homeowners associations are beginning to plan for next year. A main aspect for planning for the year ahead is setting a budget, which means it’s time to decide what takes priority and deserves the most attention. A good way to make an educated decision is to schedule a reserve study to have a professional inspect your pavement and provide a financial analysis. (more…)