If your business wants to up its curb appeal through parking lot paving, asphalt repairs, or maintain its shine with sealcoating, contact us for a free quote.
It doesn’t matter if it’s an apartment complex, a shopping center, or a municipality. A well-maintained parking lot is vital to:
That’s why Richard’s Paving offers all businesses in the Richmond, VA Metro Area a free, no-obligation estimate for parking lot paving, repairs, and sealcoating. Just hit the button below to contact us or read more about parking paving.
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Whether you own a small business or need a new apartment complex paved, we can pave and stripe a beautiful parking lot that increases your curb appeal.
If your parking lot has developed vehicle-damaging cracks and potholes don’t fret. Just give us a call for a free quote and you will have them fixed in no time.
When you call Richard’s Paving you receive a professional paving contractor who has experience paving strong parking lots that can handle the weight of heavy vehicles for years to come.
Sealcoating is the best form of preventative maintenance to ensure the lifespan of your parking lot and keep it from forming cracks and potholes.
If you have a question and don’t see the answer listed just give us a call at (804) 614-4099.
Most commercial parking lots are paved with asphalt or concrete. Both of these materials are long-lasting and will require regular maintenance to ensure their lifespans. A cheaper option is to pave a parking lot with gravel but gravel is more likely to become uneven and develop potholes. You will then need to purchase more gravel to fill in and level it out.
We highly recommend you consider paving your parking lot with asphalt. Asphalt is more attractive and requires less maintenance than gravel, plus you can mark and strip it. Asphalt is also less expensive to install and repair when compared to concrete. However, you should always consider climate, usage, and location when you’re considering the right material.
Gravel is the cheapest material for a parking lot but it comes with a lot of drawbacks. Gravel can leave your customers’ cars dusty and dirty, easily develop potholes, and will need material added over time.
There are different thicknesses for parking lots depending on their usage and aggregate base layer. A light-duty lot should have 6 inches of aggregate and 2 inches of asphalt, while a heavy-duty parking lot should have 3 inches of asphalt on an 8-inch aggregate base. The exact measurements also depend on the worksites’ conditions and the amount of future traffic.
Our schedule is filling up fast and you don’t want to miss out on fixing that asphalt before the holidays!