Nashville Commercial Parking Lot Asphalt Repair & Maintenance Guide Launched

Published April 18, 2024

Gaddes - known for its parking lot paving and repair, including asphalt patching, milling, resurfacing, and sealcoating - works with commercial clients and recognizes that many businesses are unfamiliar with the best approaches for inspecting asphalt. The new guide focuses on maintenance strategies, cleaning procedures, and tactics for preventing damage.

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The guide explains that in order to maintain longevity and ensure that any parking lot remains effective and safe, it's important to conduct regular sweeping - while sealcoating every two years can help to maintain a smooth, like-new appearance.

According to data from Grounds Control USA, around 20% of all car accidents in the United States occur in parking lots. While these incidents are not necessarily the fault of the property owner, maintaining a safe and well-maintained surface is a big concern, and Gaddes Strategic's guide addresses this issue - providing practical advice and insights for businesses across sectors.

It emphasizes the importance of conducting regular inspections immediately after paving and striping, and creating a schedule that's easy to stick to - because making a habit of checking the surface is the best way to ensure surface damage or water pooling never gets overlooked.

Accumulated water can weaken the pavement over time, leading to cracks and potholes, which is why property owners are advised to verify that the grading of their parking lot allows water to flow away from the asphalt surface effectively.

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Crack repair, stain removal, and the benefits of sealcoating and resurfacing are also covered in detail. The company notes that taking a proactive approach to these is one of the most effective ways to extend the lifespan of a parking lot, and the team offers prompt assistance for all of these services.

A company representative states: "Paving is only the first step toward providing your business with a welcoming and functional asphalt parking lot. After the initial job, you need to conduct regular inspections - because these allow you to spot concerns before they worsen. While your new pavement doesn't need immediate maintenance, early inspections can mitigate potential issues in the bud."

Interested parties can learn more at

Gaddes Strategic LLC

2042 Convent Place
United States

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