Empire Parking Lot Services Blog

The Importance of Storm Basin Repair: 5 Reasons to Consider One
When it comes to maintaining the parking lot, most property owners imagine themselves repairing cracks. Others think about adding a fresh layer of ...
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What Advantages Does Concrete Paving Have Over Asphalt?
When most people think of pavement, they think asphalt. You may have noticed that many driveways in residential areas are instead made of concrete. ...
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When Can I Walk on New Concrete?
Once a contractor pours your concrete, you'll be eager to get the area open again for foot traffic. It's important, though, to protect the new ...
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Product Spotlight: Sealmaster Liquid Road
If you manage a large, commercial property, you have a lot on your plate. From interior maintenance to landscaping concerns, there's a lot to look ...
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Temporary Paint Decals Designed to Observe Outdoor Social Distancing
Over the course of less than a year, the term "social distancing" has become one that most people across the world are accustomed to. Social ...
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What is the Best Temperature for Pouring Concrete?
The ideal temperature for pouring concrete is between 50 and 60 degrees Fahrenheit. This is because concrete gains its strength and durability ...
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What Causes Concrete Sidewalks to Crack, Sink, and Heave?
As materials go, concrete is fairly durable. This durability is why it's the material of choice for the sidewalks and curbs that are in your parking ...
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How Long Should Asphalt Paving Last?
Asphalt is the top choice of pavement materials in the United States. About 94% of American roads and 85% of parking lots and driveways use asphalt ...
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7 Things to Look Out For When Maintaining a Parking Lot
Installing a new parking lot is expensive. At some point during the lifetime of your parking lot, it will need to be done. But proper maintenance of ...
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How Thick Should a Concrete Sidewalk Be Poured?
The optimal thickness for a general use concrete sidewalk is four inches.  The purpose of your sidewalk is the main determining factor of the ...
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