3 Parking Lot Maintenance Essentials

January 9th, 2020
parking lot maintenance needed for cracked pavement

Parking lot maintenance includes sealing cracks before they lead to larger problems such as potholes.

When maintaining and preserving a business’s parking lot, property managers should be on the lookout for three key signs of wear: potholes, cracks, and damage so severe that it needs to be replaced. Customers or visitors do not want their cars to be jostled by potholes, and they don’t want to trip and fall over large cracks or ruts in the parking lot. These pavement troubles can lead to consequences ranging from a personal injury suit to decreased business and a negative reputation. If you want to maintain a successful business that is safe and inviting, parking lot maintenance is essential. If you take care to spot and quickly fix any potholes, cracks, and severe damages, you can be sure that your business will stay booming.  Read the rest of this entry »

An Introduction to Cold Weather Concreting

January 3rd, 2020
pouring concrete in cold weather

Cold weather concreting is possible through two potential methods.

Often, construction companies will have to pour concrete even during the winter months. Waiting for the cold to pass is not always feasible, so it is possible to pour concrete during colder temperatures, what’s known as “cold weather concreting.” If cold weather concreting is not done correctly and carefully, the sustainability and integrity of the concrete can degrade quickly. There are a few methods, however, which can ensure successful cold weather concreting. Read on to learn the basics of this wintry pavement process.  Read the rest of this entry »

Happy Holidays from PTG Enterprises!

December 23rd, 2019
a happy holidays wreath

Happy Holidays from PTG Enterprises!

PTG Enterprises would like to wish happy holidays to you and yours through the end of December! We hope you take the time at the end of the year to appreciate all of the good things 2019 brought to you.  Read the rest of this entry »

Tips for Safe Winter Driving

December 19th, 2019
safe winter driving on a snow covered road

Follow these tips for safe winter driving this year.

As the temperatures turn colder and snow starts to fall, the dangers of driving on pavement covered in ice and snow increase. However, there are always a few tasks you can do to play your part in keeping drivers safe on the road. PTG Enterprises would like to remind our customers of the essential tips for staying safe this winter season. Read on for the recommended safety tips for your car’s safe winter driving this year.  Read the rest of this entry »

Repair Potholes in Winter With Cold Asphalt Patching

December 10th, 2019
cold asphalt patching can repair potholes

Cold asphalt patching can repair dangerous potholes during the cold winter months.

There are still a few months left of wintry weather here in Maryland, but parking lots and asphalt surfaces still need repairs. Due to the fluctuating and often freezing temperatures affecting pavement during the winter, cracks and potholes can quickly form. Waiting too long to fix potholes and cracks will only increase the damage, so it is best to repair them as soon as possible. Fortunately, with cold asphalt patching, you do not need to wait for warm weather conditions to restore your pavement.  Read the rest of this entry »

When to Begin Planning Paving Projects for 2020

December 5th, 2019
planning paving projects for asphalt and concrete surfaces

December is the time to begin planning pavement projects for 2020.

The final month of the year is finally here, and it is an excellent time to start planning for 2020. Property managers should begin planning paving projects they wish to complete in the coming year. However, balancing project planning with the end-of-year business can get overwhelming. If you need assistance in planning paving projects for 2020, contact PTG today and use our professional pavement contractor services to help you develop your strategy for next year.  Read the rest of this entry »

Why PTG Recommends Charitable Giving This Thanksgiving

November 22nd, 2019
A businessman holds out a red heart

PTG Enterprises recommends charitable giving to benefit your community.

As Thanksgiving approaches, many people begin to think about all that they have and all that they appreciate. Businesses do this as well as individuals, and at PTG Enterprises, we encourage charitable giving by having each employee select a charity PTG can donate to for the year. If you want your business to increase its philanthropic efforts, there are multiple reasons why this will benefit not only your business but your employees and the local community you serve.  Read the rest of this entry »

PTG Enterprises is Your Go-To Commercial Paving Service

November 18th, 2019
pavement parking lot at Parkview at Ellicott City

PTG has provided paving services for multi-family HOAs such as the Parkview at Ellicott City.

Since its founding in 2001, PTG Enterprises has been dedicated to serving our commercial clients with asphalt and concrete paving services. We serve facilities across a wide range of sizes and purposes, from shopping centers to multi-family homes, to business parks. Read on for more information on who we serve, and if you have paving needs for a facility located in Baltimore, Harford, Anne Arundel, Howard, and Prince George’s Counties, contact PTG today!  Read the rest of this entry »

Now Is the Time for Asphalt Patching

November 14th, 2019
A pothole in need of asphalt patching

Asphalt patching is necessary for covering up dangerous potholes before winter.

We’re already halfway through November, and temperatures are steadily dropping. You may think the imminent arrival of winter weather means that it is too late for asphalt patching. However, many asphalt patching services are available through December, up to temperatures officially drop. Learn how you can prepare for asphalt patching in November and why it is important to repair any damaged pavement before winter arrives.  Read the rest of this entry »

How to Protect Your Concrete From Winter Weather

November 7th, 2019
A person shovels away snow to protect their driveway.

Removing snow as soon as possible can help protect your concrete surface from winter damage.

Concrete surfaces are highly resistant to heat and rain, but winter weather may be their one real weakness. If you have a concrete driveway, walkway, patio, sidewalk, or any other various surfaces that may be constructed from concrete, there are steps you should take to protect your concrete this winter. If concrete is left unattended through the harsh cold months of winter, you may find yourself having to spend quite a bit on concrete repair come springtime. Instead of waiting to make repairs, learn now how to protect your concrete from the harsh effects of frigid temperatures and heavy snowfall.  Read the rest of this entry »