To keep your pavements smooth and shiny, you need to check the damages regularly. Small annoyances in the parking lot can become worse liabilities if not addressed on time. If you note the cracks or holes when they just appear, it’s inexpensive and easy to fill them. The life of your asphalt may expand if you notice the small damages and fill them as soon as possible. Other factors indicate that your parking lot needs a repair, such as the faded color of the surface, faded parking lines, potholes, and water standing on the surface after rain. A crumbling or broken asphalt is the sign for quick repair and maintenance. These damages can get worse in no time and lead to costly repair later. You need to do the patchwork very often, your surface likely needs an asphalt overlay.
Keeping your parking lot nice and clean involves removing the trash, rocks, leaves, and other debris. An uncleaned parking lot has a poor impact on your business. You need to clean up your entryway regularly and ensure no damages are hidden under the debris. Regularly check the clogs in your drainage system, water pools on the surface after rain, etc. Excessive debris can contribute to potholes, cracks, and surface erosion. If there is no regular cleaning of debris, waterways can be polluted, which is why it is essential to sweep and power-wash your pavement regularly.
When you seal coat your parking lot it adds a layer on the surface of your asphalt pavement that protects it from UV rays, liquor, and rainwater. By safeguarding your pavement you can improve the life of your parking lot. You can recoat your parking lot after every 3 to 5 years.
For a safe and organized parking lot, you need paving strips TN and if they fade after some time you need to do the restriping. Besides increasing safety and decreasing the chances of liability, it also enhances the curb appeal of your property.
Stains of Oil or Harmful chemicals
Harmful chemicals and oil stains should be cleaned as soon as you observe them in your parking lot. If these stains are not cleaned promptly, they can seep into the pavement layers, causing damage.
To look nice and clean your parking lot need a regular inspection of holes, cracks, oil, or other chemical spills. Regularly clean debris like leaves, trash, or rocks. Sealcoating protects your pavement and extends its life, so recoat it after 3 to 5 years. You also need to strip your parking lot and restripe if your paint is faded.