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Pavement Maintenance: So you have a plan. Now what?

The idea with any pavement maintenance plan is to turn back the clock on the degradation process. Your pavement maintenance plan should be developed specifically for the needs of each property you own or manage. It should estimate a timeline for performing recommended maintenance and estimate the cost of each part of the plan to maximize the life of your asphalt.

Beware of templates and of using the same pavement maintenance plan for multiple properties. Pavement maintenance plans are not “one-size-fits-all”. If a plan has not been developed specifically based on the unique attributes and condition of each one of your properties, you are at risk for applying the wrong maintenance solution at the wrong time, or one that is more disruptive to your tenants, customers, or employees and more expensive than necessary.

Once a solid plan is in place, schedule those maintenance activities with a reliable, well-respected full service asphalt paving company. The right maintenance performed at the right time for the right reasons will extend the life of your paved surfaces while maximizing your return on your investment in maintenance.

We’re cost effective, trustworthy, and ready to work with you to create and implement your pavement maintenance plan. Maybe that’s why Pavement Maintenance and Reconstruction™ named Ace Asphalt one of the Top Contractors in the Striping, Pavement Repair, Surface Treatment, and Paving categories.

Call or email us today and let’s make a plan!

Next up: How to avoid the pitfalls of pavement maintenance.

ACE Asphalt is a full service asphalt maintenance, repair, and paving company with offices in Phoenix, Tucson, and Flagstaff, Arizona, Las Vegas, Nevada, Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Dallas,Texas. Ace serves the parking lot repair, maintenance, and paving needs of property managers, building owners, and contractors.

(2) responses to "Pavement Maintenance: So you have a plan. Now what?"
Steve Oldham says: 05-Apr-2017 06:30 AM
Ace did an overlay for the German American club about a year ago. When should we do a slurry coat? Presently its holding up pretty well
Joe Falls says: 05-Apr-2017 02:14 PM
Thanks for your business, and your question, Steve. Your Account Executive will be in touch with you soon to evaluate the condition of your overlay and help you define a pavement maintenance plan.
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