Empire Parking Lot Services Blog

Understanding the Differences Between Sealcoat and Slurry Coat
Asphalt is a highly durable paving material, one that can easily deliver lifespans of twenty years or more. Yet despite its inherent strength and ...
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Dealing with the 3 Stages of Oil Spots on Asphalt
Asphalt has earned a place among the most trusted of paving materials — and for good reason. Not only is asphalt aesthetically pleasing, but it is ...
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Why Do I Have to Wait 3 Months to Get My New Asphalt Seal Coated?
With proper care, your new asphalt parking lot can last you up to 30 years. In terms of value and durability, there is no better choice. However, new ...
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Concrete Wheel Stops vs. Rubber Wheel Stops
These objects go by several names. You may call them a wheel stop, or you may call them something else, like a parking block or a truck stop. ...
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Why is Warehouse Striping Important?
Warehouse striping can make your warehouse look nice, but it also has a utility that goes far beyond that. Improperly or poorly marked warehouses can ...
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The Best Terms to Use When Searching for Quality Parking Lot Maintenance Contractors
When you're looking for a parking lot maintenance contractor, you want a company you can count on: one that will take care of all the details of ...
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When Is My Asphalt Too Old For an Overlay?
An asphalt overlay can be an economical way to repair asphalt that is too far gone for simple patching. But it is not a solution that can be used ...
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What is the Proper Routine for Maintaining an Asphalt Parking Lot?
Most people think of asphalt as lasting forever without maintenance. However, as a business owner, you know better. Maintaining a parking lot is ...
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Is It Better to Spray or Squeegee Sealer Onto Asphalt?
  Having new asphalt put down is an expensive process. Eventually, that asphalt will wear down and repairs will be needed. Potholes can be filled, ...
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What Should I Do When My Property Is Hit with an ADA Lawsuit?
  If you own a business, you are required to comply with regulations set forth by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you did not already ...
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