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10 Ways to Protect Asphalt Paving in Florida

Protect asphalt paving with these tips. Asphalt pavement is impressively durable, which is excellent news. If properly installed, the pavement should last at least 25 years – or longer. You can’t take the longevity for granted. Regular maintenance is necessary to protect asphalt paving for extended durability. You must regularly inspect the lot for signs […]

Customers are Returning, Now is the Time for Asphalt Repair Services

Asphalt repair services are vital with customers returning. When was the last time you inspected your parking lot for cracks, filled existing potholes, and applied a new sealcoating? If it’s more than a year ago, you may need another round of repairs and general maintenance to return the lot to its best appearance. Importance of […]

7 Signs Your Parking Lot Needs Asphalt Surface Repair

Signs your parking lot’s surface needs repairs. Parking lots, whether on commercial or HOA properties, provide a safe place for residents, clients, and staff to park as well as boost the aesthetic appeal of the area. Unfortunately, the surface of asphalt parking lots are susceptible to heavy use, weather, the elements, and natural wear and […]

Why is Parking Lot Re-Striping So Important?

Why should parking lots be re-striped when paint begins to fade? Parking lot striping/markings help ensure an organized flow of traffic in the parking lot. The bright lines marking out parking spaces, arrows for entrances and exits, directional flow indicators, fire lanes, and handicap line-markings guide drivers and pedestrians for smooth traffic flow. Unfortunately, line-markings […]

Clear Parking Lot Line Painting is Vital to Customer Safety

Parking lot line painting is necessary for an organized and safe parking lot. Parking lot line painting (or striping) is a crucial part of maintenance for HOAs, condo associations, and property managers. Those white/yellow lines and blue markings can be the difference for an organized or chaotic parking lot. What exactly are these markings, why […]

ACPLM Has Moved and is Ready to Provide the Best Asphalt Parking Lot Services in Florida!

ACPLM is in a new location! Asphalt & Concrete Parking Lot Maintenance (ACPLM) have moved to a new office building. Initially headquartered in Wimauma, Florida, the company is moving to 2010 S 51st Street Tampa, Florida 33619 to better serve our customers! Who is ACPLM? Asphalt & Concrete Parking Lot Maintenance (ACPLM) is a qualified […]

Why ACPLM is Your Best Choice for an HOA Paving Contractor

Why you should choose ACPLM to be your HOA paving contractor. For HOAs, parking lot maintenance is one of the most challenging responsibilities. Parking lots encounter a good deal of traffic. It’s also common for parking lots to wear down after years of consistent vehicle activity, with oil spills and transmission fluid leaks, in particular. […]

What are the Benefits of Keeping a Clean Parking Lot?

How does a clean parking lot benefit your property? Did you know that the state of your parking lot influences customer decisions? Your business’ parking area can generate more traffic for your business or be the reason you lose potential customers. More importantly, did you know that litter in the parking lot causes thousands of […]

What Happens if You Don’t Have Pavement Sealer Applied to Your Parking Lot?

Is your parking lot at risk if pavement sealer is not applied? Sealcoating involves applying a protective layer of pavement sealer on asphalt surfaces. Sealer is an important part of preventive parking lot maintenance. Without it, your asphalt pavement will wear out faster, resulting in cracking and the creation of potholes. Assuming your parking lot […]

Is it Possible to Complete Parking Lot Paving in the Rain?

Can paving projects be completed in the rain? The short answer is – NO. New asphalt pavement tends to be more delicate and vulnerable just after installation. If the new pavement is exposed to rainfall, it can weaken the asphalt material, resulting in significant cracking and faster wearing. Contractors are often forced to remove and […]

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