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The Ultimate Guide to ADA Compliance: What Business Owners Need to Know

As an introduction to our new series: “The Ultimate Guide to ADA Compliance,” the paving and site development experts at East Coast Paving will be covering the five chapters from the 2010 ADA Standards issued by the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Department of Transportation (DOT).

Throughout this educational series, created specifically for business owners and property owners, we will address many of the frequently asked questions to help you achieve compliance and save money while reducing liabilities.

Why do I need to worry about ADA compliance?

Under the federal civil rights law, Americans with Disabilities Act, business owners and property owners must comply with regulations on disabled parking to accommodate all customers and employees. If you own or operate within a business that serves the public, it’s critical to review the specific standards for compliance before making any parking lot improvements at existing properties or starting new sitework.

How can I ensure my business has met the standards for ADA compliance?

Different from being building code compliant, ADA compliance refers to a set of federal standards to be met nationwide but still may be out of local compliance. To ensure compliance business owners are advised to work with a paving contractor with knowledge within this category.

What makes my business ADA compliant?

Standards for ADA compliance are outlined in the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design. Some key topics business owner need to be aware of include: new construction, alterations, floor and ground surfaces, turning space, accessible routes, ramps and railings, curb ramps, detectable warning surfaces and specifics for parking spaces.

We will cover each of these in our series: “The Ultimate Guide to ADA Compliance.”

What if my site doesn’t meet the ADA Standards?

A business owner who does not comply to the ADA Standards will be required to re-do or repair their parking lot, could face fines and even a lawsuit.

Where can I find more information about ADA compliance?

For more in-depth information, refer to the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design. This 279 page document provides a thorough overview on the scoping and technical requirements for new construction and alterations.

Help with ADA Compliance

Serving clients in New Jersey, New York and Eastern Pennsylvania, the experienced professionals at East Coast Paving and Site Development are prepared to help you achieve the standards for ADA compliance.

For additional questions about ADA compliance, contact the paving experts at East Coast Paving and Site Development at 732-329-3600 or email info@eccompanies.com.

5 Parking Lot Winter Preparation Tips

While winter may still seem a ways away, the jolly season will be here before we know it. Businesses must take the right steps now in regards to parking lot winter preparation to prevent pavement disasters and set themselves up for success come next spring.

“Before anything else, preparation is the key to success.” ~Alexander Graham Bell

Snow and ice are among the most threatening elements of winter for parking lots; between heavy loads of snow, extreme cold temperatures and road salt, your pavement is put to the test. Here are a five ways you can prevent the common pitfalls caused by harsh winter weather.

Parking Lot Winter Preparation: Prepare for Cold Weather with Asphalt Repair

1. Block the Water.

Yes, water is essential for your landscaping, but it’s your parking lot’s worst enemy. While it’s still warm outside, inspect your parking lot and look for any cracks or holes. This notorious spot is often the first place that snow melts into the sub base which leads to the freeze-thaw cycle. When water freezes, it expands. When it melts, it contracts. Over time, this leads to alligator cracking and potholes.

2. Fall is for Repairs.

A formula for success, asphalt repairs help to prevent the relentless freeze-thaw cycle. Seal cracks and repair potholes so water won’t seep underneath the surface and compromise the sub-base.

3. Maintenance is Key.

Get more out of the money and time you invest in your commercial parking lot with a couple key pre-winter maintenance reminders. Clear parking lots of all debris to ensure nothing interferes with the wintertime snow removal process and remember to check drainage systems to ensure drains and manholes are flowing properly.

4. Sealcoat Asphalt for Ultimate Protection.

Beyond repairing potholes and filling cracks, sealcoating your asphalt will protect the entire parking lot from harsh winter weather elements. Plus, sealcoating will improve that sacred first impression, help to make your parking lot much less susceptible to bigger problems come spring, and even make your pavement last longer.

5. Think Ahead.

Your business operates all year round, that means your parking lot needs to look its best all year round. The Old Farmer’s Almanac Winter Weather Forecast 2017–2018 predicts that this winter is going to have above-normal levels of precipitation throughout the country, which will translate to equally above-normal amounts of snowfall in parts of the Northeast. Plan ahead by putting together a snow removal plan before the first storm hits.

“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” ~Benjamin Franklin

East Coast Paving Parking Lot Winter Preparation Services

At East Coast Paving, our experts have seen it all. Servicing New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania, we know the importance of parking lot winter preparation. Contact us today at 732-329-3600 to learn more about our techniques and commercial grade products that will give your asphalt an edge to guard against the winter elements.

“Planning is bringing the future into the present so that you can do something about it now.” ~Alan Lakein

Snow Removal for Commercial Properties: What Property Owners Need to Know

For commercial property owners or managers, snow and ice can make the winter months among the most hazardous of the year. Since snow and ice conditions are the leading causes of slip and fall injuries in the winter, it’s essential to familiarize yourself with the laws in your state to protect against liability risks. Responsibilities and potential liabilities can vary widely. But should a situation arise, it will be important to show that a plan with a licensed contractor who covers snow removal for commercial properties was set in place, and also that the plan was executed consistently.

Snow Removal for Commercial Properties By State

New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania are no stranger to snow and ice, so it pays to be prepared. In general, snow and ice removal laws require commercial property owners to act with reasonable care towards customers; but unfortunately, the details for snow removal and standards that define hazards vary widely. Most of the locality-specific requirements can be found on municipal informational websites such as www1.nyc.gov for New York City as well as a city and town list where specific bylaws and ordinances can be found.

Snow Removal for Commercial Properties in New Jersey

As a general rule in New Jersey, a victim can establish a case for liability in a slip and fall if the property owner had a legal duty to remove or warn about the risk of snow and ice but did nothing to remove the dangerous condition. Snow must be properly removed and done within 48 hours of the end of a storm. This includes clearing all parking lot spaces, ramps, sidewalks and other accessible areas for persons who have disabilities to be able to access the building.

Snow Removal for Commercial Properties in New York

According to the NYC Administrative Code, every owner, lessee, tenant, occupant or other person having charge of any lot or building must clean snow and ice from the sidewalks adjacent (i.e., in front of, on the side of, in back of) to their properties.

If the snow stops falling between:

– 7:00 a.m. and 4:49 p.m. – it must be cleared within four hours

– 5:00 p.m. and 8:59 p.m. – it must be cleared within fourteen hours (Example: If the snow stops falling at 7:00 p.m., the owner, lessee, tenant, occupant or other person in charge of any lot or building has until 9:00 a.m. the following morning to clear.)

– 9:00 p.m. and 6:59 a.m. – it must be cleared by 11:00 a.m. the next day

Snow Removal for Commercial Properties in Pennsylvania

According to the Pennsylvania law, property owners have up until 24 hours (or a reasonable amount of time) after the snow stops falling to start to make the dangerous condition safe or provide a warning.

Commercial property owners are required to take action when the accumulation reaches a point in which hills and ridges of snow and ice are formed. In Pennsylvania, this is known as the Hills and Ridges Doctrine. According to the doctrine, must be shown that:

– The snow and ice accumulated so much that it unreasonably obstructed travel

– The property owner knew or should have known about the conditions

– The snow and ice is what caused the plaintiff to slip and fall

Professional Snow Removal for Commercial Properties

As a business or store owner, you have a duty to keep your premises in a reasonably safe condition for the public by inspecting the premises and looking for any obvious and hidden defects in the parking lot. When it comes to snow removal for commercial properties, it’s time to get to know these regulations, stay ahead of the season with a snow removal plan and follow through with that plan all winter long.

With years of experience in the business of snow removal for commercial properties, the professionals at East Coast Paving take the responsibility of clearing your property in a timely fashion and adhere to the laws and regulations required by the states of New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania to save you a potential fine in the end.

If you have a commercial property and are ready to set your snow removal plan for the upcoming season, contact us today at 732-329-3600!

What Causes Asphalt Alligator Cracks (And What to Do About It)

One of the most notorious ways you’ll know when pavement is beginning to deteriorate is when you start to see fatigue cracking. Also known as asphalt alligator cracks or crocodile cracking, these distinctive cracking patterns resemble the scales on a the back of a reptile.

Unfortunately, asphalt alligator cracks on your commercial property will become more than just an eye-sore, especially if the cracks are ignored without repair. The experts at East Coast Paving have seen it all and have the inside scoop on what to do if you’re facing this pavement problem.

What Causes Asphalt Alligator Cracks?

Asphalt alligator cracks go much deeper than your typical surface-level damage. These kind of cracks are frequently caused by issues in layers beneath the asphalt. As with any surface, if your pavement is struggling to support loading above, it will crack.

Consistently heavy traffic loading is a common cause that not only leads to pavement cracks, but also cracks in the underlying base. And once these interconnected cracks appear, moisture infiltration, deterioration and potholes become imminent.

In addition to potential structural failure, this type of cracking can also be caused by an inadequate structural design and construction, lack of edge support, poor drainage or environmental factors such as thaw-frost action.

Repairing Asphalt Alligator Cracks

If you start noticing asphalt alligator cracks, the first step is to conduct an investigation to find out the root cause of the problem. It’s critical to understand the pavement’s structural makeup to determine whether or not subsurface moisture is also a contributing factor. Typically asphalt alligator cracks will be addressed in one of two ways:

  1. If the cracking is localized, it could indicate a loss of subgrade support. To repair this issue, the cracked pavement and subgrade will need to be removed, dug out and replaced with new support and pavement.
  2. If the asphalt alligator cracks covers the entire pavement surface area, it could indicate overall structural failure. In this case, the damaged pavement will either need to be replaced completely or possibly covered by an HMA overlay.

It’s important to note that while many types of asphalt parking lot cracks can be repaired by sealing, if pavement becomes alligatored, this type of damage could possibly be beyond the ability to seal. Digging down to evaluate the underlying cause, strengthening the subgrade base and replacing the entire surface is often the best (and most cost-effective) solution to repair asphalt alligator cracks.

Solutions for Commercial Property Asphalt Alligator Cracks

If your commercial property pavement surface looks like the back of an alligator and seems to be developing fatigue, contact the trained experts at East Coast Paving to evaluate the damage done. Serving New Jersey, New York and Eastern Pennsylvania, our experienced professionals will diagnose recommended solutions based on your specific needs and budget. Call us today at 732-329-3600 or email info@eccompanies.com to learn more.

Thinking Ahead. Commercial Snow Removal in NJ

The Farmers’ Almanac just released its winter 2018 forecast for New Jersey, and guess what? Like it or not, we’re going to be facing above normal precipitation for a cold and snowy winter. Chances are, unless you own a sledding business, this isn’t the best of news. But thankfully the experts at East Coast Paving know snow. And even though summer hasn’t officially ended yet, the process of evaluating companies for commercial snow removal in NJ should start long before the season even begins.

How Much Snow is Expected in New Jersey?

The 2018 edition dubbed this winter: “The cold, the dry, and the wet, and the wild.” But for the Northeast, the Farmers’ Almanac is expecting snowier-than-normal conditions. They are “red-flagging the 2018 dates of January 20-23, February 4-7 & 16-19, and March 1-3 & 20-23 along the Atlantic Seaboard for some heavy precipitation.”

Snow Removal in NJ

Evaluating Companies for Commercial Snow Removal in NJ

While some procrastinators may be staying cool at the Jersey shore, snow removal contractors have been focused on a different kind of cool. Snow.

Savvy commercial property managers know the importance of fast and professional snow removal for their properties. Since snow build-up is notorious for delays, property damage and car or pedestrian accidents that could lead to ugly lawsuits, it’s not surprising that those companies are already thinking ahead to winter needs.

So, when your ice cream finally melts and you realize it’s time to start thinking about snow removal, too, consider the following questions:

  1. What kind of service does the property require?
  2. Is the snow removal contractor prepared with the equipment necessary to handle my needs?
  3. Can the snow removal contractor protect my property with quality work and get it done on time and on budget?

Whether you’re located at a corporate campus, hospital, retail shop or hotel, keep your parking lots clear, business open and mind at ease by planning ahead.

Why Choose East Coast Paving for Commercial Snow Removal in NJ

We use superior commercial grade snow plows, pushers, loaders and ice slicers too keep your parking lots and walkways safe. Whether your business needs a one-time service or annual maintenance, we can assist you with all your snow and ice management needs.

When you work with East Coast Paving and Site Development, you’ll discover that our highly trained and seasoned staff takes great pride in providing clients with a great customer experience and are ready to handle any size of snow removal needs.

Whether it’s protecting your foot traffic around your business on a snowy New Jersey day, considering pavement reconstruction or requesting excavation services, we pride ourselves on delivering high-quality work on time and on budget.

Serving New Jersey, New York and Eastern Pennsylvania, the team at East Coast Paving has the vast experience, equipment and expertise to keep your property safe all year round. For more information about commercial snow removal in NJ and surrounding areas, please contact East Coast Paving at 732-329-3600 or info@eccompanies.com today.

Do You Know the Best Time to Schedule Paving Services for Distribution Centers?

Weather is an important consideration when scheduling asphalt paving services for distribution centers and other commercial businesses. Since asphalt must be placed and compacted while it is hot, it tends to work best when it’s laid during the warmer weather. That reason alone makes spring and summer one of the best times to schedule paving and asphalt maintenance services.

But it’s not the only time.

The National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) suggests that minor asphalt repairs, such as small overlays, pothole repairs and patching are best done during the warmer weather. Although cold weather is not ideal for paving, it can still be done during the off season. Large overlays can be done during the cooler temperatures but the soil or rock in which the pavement will be placed should be firm and dry.

The chart below from NAPA illustrates the effect that temperature can have on lift thickness in time available for compaction.

Paving Services for Distribution Centers
Note: This table is based on 300°F delivery temperature and 175°F final temperature. The red areas indicate temperatures where lifts of asphalt are not recommended; yellow indicates caution.

Weather the Storm with Paving Services for Distribution Centers

“Hurricane season brings a humbling reminder that, despite our technologies, most of nature remains unpredictable.” Diane Ackerman

The next few months are expected to be an above average season for hurricanes on the East Coast. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released an updated (and final) prediction for the upcoming 2017 Atlantic hurricane season calling for a 60% chance of above average activity this season.

NOAA reported, “Forecasters now say there is a 60-percent chance of an above-normal season, with 14-19 named storms and 2-5 major hurricanes… As we move into the peak of hurricane season, when hurricanes are most frequent and at their strongest, NOAA urges coastal residents to make sure they have their hurricane preparedness plans in place and to monitor the latest forecasts.”

So, as we head into the heart of hurricane season here on the East Coast, one important way businesses can prepare for this increase in wild weather activity is through preventative maintenance, such as seal coating.

How Distribution Centers Should Prepare for Hurricane Season

“To be prepared is half the victory.” Miguel de Cervantes

Like it or not, hurricane season (and *gasp* winter) is on the way. This is exactly why seal coating the pavement surrounding a distribution center and other commercial locations is a worthwhile investment to consider right now.

Before hurricane season soaks your surroundings and winter’s chilling embrace damages pavement, businesses have the chance to minimize the impacts that environmental elements, such as freezing and thawing, can have on a parking lot by seal coating it. Acting as a protective shell, seal coating has non-porous properties that deflect the effects of harsh elements on pavement and asphalt.

Plus, a renewed black finish has the chance to increase property value and extend the lifespan of your investment.

Site Work and Paving Services for Distribution Centers and Commercial Locations

At East Coast Paving, we not only offer paving services for distribution centers and other commercial locations, but also a complete package of site work including: site clearing, mass excavation, soil stabilization, utility installation (water, storm & sewer), building pad preparation, concrete curbs and walks, concrete dolly pads, loading docks and equipment pads, electrical trenching, retaining walls, retention / detention basins, site lighting, and landscaping.

Serving New Jersey, New York and Eastern Pennsylvania, the team at East Coast Paving has the vast experience, equipment and expertise to deliver high-quality work on time and on budget. For more information, please contact East Coast Paving at 732-329-3600 or info@eccompanies.com today.

Commercial Paving and Site Work: The Full Package

Whether you’re building an apartment complex, a retail store or an office space, commercial paving and construction requires quite a lot of advanced preparation before the actual process of paving and construction can begin. Part of this includes preliminary work that is performed on-site with elements that are not part of the actual structure. This is referred to as site work.

Before Commercial Paving and Construction Comes Site Work

Site work covers the typical elements that must be considered before commercial paving and construction can take place.

  1. The first task performed is clearing the site. This may involve the demolition of existing structure, clearing landscaping, removing trees and hauling away other debris.
  2. New construction also requires a number of excavated trenches for features such as foundations, utility lines, septic tanks, swimming pools, and sewer lines.
  3. Site work also includes the excavation process, grading and paving of roadways, parking lots, walkways or other access roads and building a strong foundation.
  4. Depending on the architecture layout, it may also include the commercial paving necessary for retaining walls, storage buildings, and other detached structures.
  5. In addition, landscaping is also a part of commercial site work services. If a business requires a man-made berm, terraces or other landscaping features, this would need to be taken into consideration before commercial paving and construction can begin.
  6. And finally, as the construction process is complete, finish-grading will be performed to ensure proper drainage patterns, terrain will be prepared for planting vegetation like trees and hedges and site lighting will be installed.

Choosing the Best Commercial Paving and Site Work Contractor for the Job

Big or small, when you’re planning a new build you want to select a reliable commercial paving contractor with experience in performing site work. Often there are permits or inspections that must be secured prior to starting construction, so it’s wise to choose a company who is familiar with the appropriate codes and regulations in your jurisdiction.

You need a company who has the right equipment and that can offer the appropriate capacity to get the job done on time. A company like East Coast Paving.

At East Coast Paving, we offer all the site work you need, including: site clearing, mass excavation, soil stabilization, utility installation (water, storm & sewer), building pad preparation, concrete curbs and walks, concrete dolly pads, loading docks and equipment pads, electrical trenching, retaining walls, retention / detention basins, site lighting, and landscaping. And because we offer more than just commercial paving services, your project is more likely to stay on time and on budget.

Serving New Jersey, New York and Eastern Pennsylvania, East Coast Paving has the vast experience, equipment and expertise to deliver high-quality work. For more information, please contact the team at East Coast Paving at 732-329-3600 or info@eccompanies.com today.

Prevent Distress with Asphalt Care

“You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” Will Rogers

Customers can tell when a company takes pride in their building’s exterior (and are quick to recognize when they do not). By prioritizing asphalt care, your property will not only look nicer, but your parking lot will also last much longer (saving you money in the long run). Make a solid first impression and provide a safe environment for customers and employees by scheduling regular asphalt maintenance.

Remember, the first impression starts well before the handshake; it starts the minute people turn in a parking lot.

Schedule Asphalt Care to Impress Customers

“Two things remain irretrievable: time and a first impression.” Cynthia Ozick

An important component of your building’s curb appeal is the surface of your parking lot. Keeping your parking lot maintained helps to avoid potential complaints about vehicles being damaged by cracks or potholes, and prevent even bigger problems like trip and fall accidents.

And since customers have more choices on where to shop these days, it’s critical to keep current customers happy and impress prospective customers. Curb appeal isn’t just a trendy phrase. It’s the power of your business’ exterior to catch the eye of potential customers. A well-maintained exterior with top quality asphalt care can be the difference between a positive first impression and a negative one.

Commit to Asphalt Care to Increase Return on Investment

“If there is a better solution… find it.” Thomas Edison

The average lifespan of asphalt pavement is around 15-20 years. While the quality of the initial asphalt paving project and environmental factors can influence the overall length of time, proper maintenance and upkeep will significantly extend the asphalt’s lifespan. Not only that, but a safe, updated parking lot offers you the potential to boost property value and capture more customers, providing a great return on your investments.

Prevent Distress with Asphalt Care

Asphalt pavement can experience distress for several reasons, but deterioration from a lack of maintenance is one of the most notorious. Other causes include improper paver materials and operation, excessive traffic loading, environmental influences, temperature cycles, lack of support and drainage deficiencies.

Some common forms of pavement distress include: cracks; distortion; disintegration; skidding hazards; and surface treatment distress. Crack fill, pothole repair and asphalt sealcoating are all important components of parking lot maintenance services. And if these problems are addressed right away (when the issues are still small) the integrity of the asphalt will last much longer.

Reliable Asphalt Care

Whether you own one building or many, asphalt care should be top priority.

With decades of experience, East Coast Paving and Site Development has the expertise to ensure that each project is completed with customized solutions – and that it stays on budget. We are committed to providing preventative and corrective services. From asphalt paving to excavation, East Coast Paving and Site Development is the top source for all your commercial paving needs.

Protect your investment today. For more information about East Coast Paving and Site Development or to request a quote for your next paving project fill out the online form or contact us directly at 732-329-3600.

How Long Does Asphalt Pavement Last? And How Can I Make It Last Longer?

When you’ve invested in new asphalt paving for your business’ parking lot, you want to ensure it lasts. The average lifespan of quality asphalt pavement is around 15-20 years. However, like most things outdoors, numerous environmental factors can affect how long it will endure. Climate changes, the type of soil underneath, amount of traffic and whether or not the property owner sticks to a routine maintenance schedule can all impact the life expectancy.

Boost Asphalt Pavement Lifespan

Thankfully, there are a few things you can do to boost the lifespan of your pavement. The professionals at East Coast Paving recommend that property owners schedule regular maintenance and upkeep to protect their investment and extend the lifespan up to 30 years or more.

Follow these three tips to get the most out of your pavement for years to come!

Prevent Asphalt Pavement Damage from Water

One of the best ways to protect your investment is to prevent water intrusions. Due to seasonal freeze-thaw cycles, water can damage pavement prematurely. Adding sealant to cracks as soon as you notice them will prevent moisture from penetrating the surface and keep those small cracks from growing into large problems.

Address Pavement Problems Right Away

Fill cracks as soon as possible and sealcoat to minimize oxidation. Sealcoating prolongs the life expectancy by filling the damaged surface and providing a protective layer to keep out damaging vehicle fluids, UV rays and water. Plus, with constant exposure to the elements, asphalt pavement can become faded over time. A fresh application of sealcoat can enhance the appearance, making it wear and appear like new.

If conditions worsen and create unsafe conditions, such as potholes or alligator cracks, repair them immediately before water enters the subgrade causing more serious issues. These issues can lead to parking lot deterioration, put employee and customer safety at risk and damage first impressions.

Consider Asphalt Replacement

If you’ve done all you can to prevent and maintain your pavement and it’s still causing problems, it may be past it’s life expectancy. If your parking lot is approaching 20 years of age or if a quarter or more of the total surface area is damaged, it is often more economical and effective to completely replace the asphalt.

When to Repair or Replace Asphalt Pavement

Not sure if the time is right for repairs or to invest in a new asphalt paving?

Since every situation is unique, it’s wise to connect with the paving professionals at East Coast Paving for a consultation. With unsurpassed service, our experienced professionals will discuss your project with you in detail and develop a plan with a detailed estimate.

Whether you’re looking for a solution in a parking garage, trucking terminal or running track, call us today at 732-329-3600 or email info@eccompanies.com to learn more.

Making a Strong First Impression: Asphalt Paving Maintenance for Your Shopping Center

Long before customers even walk in the door and interact with staff, your business has the chance to make a strong first impression. When people drive up to your shopping center, the first things they’ll notice will most likely be the exterior of your building, your curb appeal and of course, your parking lot. They’ll either see well-maintained pavement – or something that could drive them away (literally). One way to ensure the quality of your parking lot (and make a good impression) is to prioritize asphalt paving maintenance.

“You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” ~Andrew Grant

Preventative Parking Lot Paving Maintenance

Regardless of the quality of your customer service, your parking lot speaks volumes about your business before you even get the chance to make a personal interaction. It’s critical to maintain aesthetically pleasing grounds to show you care about all the details- inside and out.

But asphalt paving maintenance for a shopping center not only makes a big difference on first impressions, it also delays expensive repairs from dangerous asphalt cracks and potholes.

At East Coast Paving, we offer preventative parking lot paving maintenance that will enhance curb appeal, increase property value and includes pothole repair, crack fill and sealcoating.

Pothole Repair

Notice a pothole? Smooth the way for customers and get it repaired right away before they’re forced to dodge cracked and damaged asphalt. Neglected parking lots can damage car tires, trip up customers, and a business could be liable.

Crack Fill

See a crack? Ensure your lot looks well cared for by using asphalt crack fill to stop the weeds from coming through. Prevent cracks and potholes from forming in the first place, turn to asphalt sealing to keep water out and extend the life of your pavement at the same time.

Asphalt Sealcoating

Has it been a while? Protect against the elements and keep asphalt resistance to cracks by scheduling routine sealcoating every three years. From corrosive chemicals, gas, UV rays and salt to aggressive snow plowing, the process of sealcoating slows down oxidation, extending the lifespan of your pavement. Plus, it gives a sharp renewed black finish for your parking lot, ready to make a solid first impression.

East Coast Paving Provides Shopping Center Asphalt Paving Maintenance in New Jersey

Cracks, potholes and other neglected paving repairs can reflect poorly on any retail space long before the customer has even stepped foot inside, and worse, could become a liability. Maintaining ADA compliance is critical from a legal and a customer service standpoint.

Wow customers with a strong first impression and take a proactive approach to maximize the life of your pavement with preventative maintenance. At East Coast Paving, we know all the ins and outs of parking lot regulations and provide shopping center asphalt paving maintenance services as well as pothole repairs, milling, snow and ice management, concrete sealing and sealcoating for big box retail stores, outlet malls, strip malls and more.

Contact us today for more information on commercial paving and site development.