Empire Parking Lot Services Blog

How Long Does it Take for Striping Paint to Dry?
Part of keeping up with parking lot maintenance is re-painting your stripe lines every few years. Updating your striping paint may be in conjunction ...
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How Often Should I Get Parking Lot Maintenance Done?
One question that a lot of property managers wonder about is: How often should I have parking lot servicing done at my business? Granted, the answer ...
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9 Signs That Your Establishment's Pavement Needs Asphalt Repair
Most business parking lots and pavements have remained empty as COVID-19 has continued to ravage Orange County. However, the COVID-19 mass ...
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Do You Need Parking Lot Maintenance Before Your Property Receives Traffic Again?
For the last year, streets and storefronts have been empty or sparsely populated. Millions were sent home and told to stay there to remain safe, so ...
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Do I need bollards?
Many features go into the design of a safely functioning parking lot. Safety features are installed throughout a parking lot. For example, traffic ...
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What is an Asphalt Overlay?
If you have damage to your pavement it is important to address that damage right away and prevent further damage from occurring. What do you do when ...
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Repair Asphalt to Prevent Costly Damages
Aesthetics is not the only reason why a parking lot should be in good condition. Not only is it important for appearance, and easy to drive on, it is ...
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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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