How to Best Take Care of Your Asphalt Driveway
Congrats on your new asphalt driveway! New driveways are investments that require maintenance and care. With some easy care precautions, the new driveway will stay performing and looking like new for years into the future. Keep Off! It is perfectly okay to walk on a driveway after it’s paved. However, keep all car traffic off…Read More
Best Time to Consider a New Asphalt Driveway
Asphalt is a durable driveway material and may last for decades. Regardless, asphalt paving in the wrong conditions is asking for premature repairs and early deterioration. On the other hand, knowing temperature estimates and other types of environmental factors will set you up for success and save you lots of money in the future. Early…Read More
How to Get Your Parking Lot Ready for Winter
The parking lot might’ve taken a beating from extensive traffic and the sun’s ultraviolet rays this past summer, and it may not have the ability to deal with the impact of winter to come. Here are three ways to get your parking lot ready for winter: Clean up the parking lot Address all oil or…Read More
Ways to Handle Asphalt’s Biggest Mishaps
Below is a list of ways to handle asphalt’s main haters brought to you by Kissner Paving: Fuel and Motor Oil Asphalt is technically designed with an oil base. But fuel (particularly diesel) and motor oil are awful for the pavement. Oil will penetrate asphalt and break down its aggregate components. It’ll compromise the asphalt’s…Read More
When is the Best Time of Year to Get Your Home’s Driveway Seal Coated?
Each year, homeowners spend a lot of money to improve the look of their properties; but one affordable area that many people forget is the driveway. The driveway is a critical part of your landscaping because it’ll help give a great impression of your property. Does your driveway leave much to be desired? Don’t worry!…Read More
How to Make Sure Your Property is ADA Compliant
Proper concrete curbing? Check. Smooth asphalt? Check. ADA compliant? Well, that’s a question a lot of property managers have a problem answering. This is because there are a lot of small details that go into ensuring that a property meets all of the requirements by the ADA. Kissner Paving always ensures that all projects we’re…Read More
Why is Asphalt Preventative Maintenance and Restoration Important?
Asphalt preventative maintenance and restoration is an essential part of keeping public places both aesthetically pleasing and safe. It’s a multi-step procedure that involves rejuvenation, resurfacing, and milling. At Kissner Paving, we care for Chattanooga’s most well-known areas’ asphalt resurfacing and milling needs. We take a lot of care in the various steps of the…Read More
Concrete Vs Asphalt Road Construction
Concrete and asphalt are both highly sought-after solutions for road construction. But these materials are better used for somewhat different projects. Therefore, which one is better for you? In this post, you’ll learn more information on the differences between concrete and asphalt road construction. Then, you will have the ability to make an educated decision…Read More
How to Boost Curb Appeal With Sidewalk and Front Walk Construction
A great sidewalk and front walk can significantly change the appearance of your property. For a homeowner, those simplistic features may enhance the curb appeal of your home. However, for business owners, an excellent sidewalk and front walk actually can attract new customers and boost sales. Learn how those small features may make a huge…Read More
Concrete vs. Asphalt Parking Lot: Which one is best for you?
If you’re refreshing your commercial property with a new parking lot or building a new home, it’s important that you select the proper material to pave the parking lot. For commercial or residential parking lot paving, you typically have two options to select from – concrete or asphalt. What is the difference between them? They…Read More