Making the choice to install a new parking lot gives you the opportunity to address any structural issues that could have plagued your previous asphalt surface. Laying a grid to reinforce the asphalt prior to pouring the surface of a parking lot can be a great solution when structural stability is important. Here are three reasons why you should consider using a fiberglass geogrid to reinforce your new parking lot.
Asphalt is the ideal material for a commercial parking lot. It has an attractive appearance and it can be easily marked with directional arrows and parking lines. Asphalt is also somewhat flexible, so it expands and contracts with temperature changes. However, the material isn't indestructible. UV rays, heavy vehicles, and age can cause the asphalt to deteriorate and crack over time. Fortunately, it is easy to repair asphalt cracks. This is how it's done.
Drywall mud. It is the most basic of construction materials most often used to join the cracks between sheets of drywall for a smooth end appearance. If you spot a bucket of drywall mud and you are like most homeowners, you will never give much thought to how this stuff could be used. Truthfully, drywall mud can be used for all kinds of creative endeavors in and around the house. Check out these cool ways some creative drywall contractors have been using drywall mud to create some pretty fantastic home features and you may find a few reasons to call up a contractor for some artistic implementations.
When you dream of building your own home, you might think about building it on the perfect piece of property, too. However, in some cases, people end up building their homes on properties that are less than ideal. For example, you might have a wetlands property that you are thinking about using so that you can build your home. These are some of the risks that you should think about before doing so.
If you own a home and a piece of property that you want to landscape or need to do some work around, you will likely need some tools to get the tasks done. Sometimes a hammer and nails are all you need; other times you need a skid steer, a jackhammer, or a trencher. Since you are not likely to have those larger tools in the garage, you need to find a resource to get them.