Extending the Life of Your Paved Surface

The life of your paved surface can be prolonged through good design, construction and maintenance practices. Good maintenance practices center on keeping water out of the pavement, sub-base and subsoil. It is far less expensive to keep a paved surface in good condition than it is to repair it once it has deteriorated.

In a standard maintenance routine, crack and joint sealing are key components to the longevity of a pavement system. Otherwise water intrusion and undermining are often the factor of short and long-term failures.

Is your asphalt pavement pitted, losing aggregate or being damaged by fluids? If so, sealing will extend the service life. Most pavement benefits from coal-tar or asphalt based sealers. In addition to increasing durability and service life, pavement sealing offers a rejuvenated appearance.

When maintaining a paved surface, durability is not be the only consideration. Safety and aesthetics can play a major role in how your surface performs. When maintaining your surface, consider safe walking lanes and pavement markings or stenciling. Quality in maintenance is our privilege, not our mainstay or livelihood.

Give us a call at 281-445-9900 or click today and let us bring our experience and expertise to your site.

It is our privilege to work and help current and potential clients each year. We want to offer options, service and results that help owners, operators, general managers and project managers succeed.

Our complete line of maintenance and services is listed below.

Maintenance Services

  • Coal Tar seal coat
  • Line striping
  • Joint sealant
  • Asphalt repair & grinding
  • Concrete repair
  • Asphalt based seal coat
  • Liquid road polymer modified emulsion
  • Commercial floor markings
  • Signage – poles
  • Bollards
  • Wheel stops
  • Hot pour crack fill
  • Parking lot signage
  • Curb stops
  • Graphics and stenciling
  • Access gates