How Flood Waters Damage Your Pavement

How Flood Waters Damage Your Pavement

The Midwest has seen some historic flooding this season, which has affected a lot of businesses, homes, and roads in a variety of ways. One thing people often forget about with flooding: its long-term effects on pavement. Minnesota already has the freeze-thaw effect...
The Benefits of Patching and Overlays

The Benefits of Patching and Overlays

It’s pretty common to see some cracks or other damage in parking lots, walkways, roads, etc. since it’s a natural process of pavement deterioration. However, those cracks speed up the process if they’re left alone, and the pavement will need to be completely replaced...
Why We Test the Soil Before Starting a Job

Why We Test the Soil Before Starting a Job

To lay a solid foundation for pavement, it all starts with a good base. In general, construction projects need the soil to be tested and approved before starting a job, but the fact that paving companies do this too might not be as well-know. In the Midwest, this is...
Taking Care of Potholes

Taking Care of Potholes

Potholes, potholes, potholes. It’s a big topic this season after the extreme fluctuating temps from this winter, and a lot of vehicles are suffering the consequences. If someone runs over enough potholes or hit one at the wrong angle, their tires could be at risk. No...