Category: Pavement Marking

Rose Paving Founders Day: Visitation Catholic Church & School

B.J. SchlageterB.J. Schlageter / September 17, 2014

Each year around this time, the Rose Paving Executive Team recognizes “Founders Day,” by choosing a special jobsite and giving the crews a break by helping perform the pavement repairs themselves. This week, the Rose Paving team gathered at Visitation Catholic Church & School to perform infrared asphalt repairs, sealcoating and lot marking to their…

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Pavement Maintenance Tips

B.J. SchlageterB.J. Schlageter / August 13, 2014

As soon as freshly laid hot asphalt begins to cool, the aging process begins. From that moment on, asphalt is broken down by oil, gas, sun oxidation, salt, water penetration, and cold weather. Refer to the following tips when making decisions regarding preventative maintenance on your parking lot(s): Carefully inspect your pavement on a regular…

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Beautify your parking lot for Spring

B.J. SchlageterB.J. Schlageter / April 23, 2014

Spring is the time to get in shape for summer; whether that means hitting the gym before swimsuit season or de-cluttering your house, ‘tis the season for new beginnings.  Your business can also benefit from a re-fresh, starting with your pavement.  Now is the time to evaluate, prioritize, and schedule repairs for your parking lots. …

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Recovering from Winter – Top 6 Paving Repairs

B.J. SchlageterB.J. Schlageter / March 05, 2014

This winter, for much of the country, has been a record-breaker.  Chicago, for example, has measured over 67 inches of snowfall (29 inches above average) and experienced more days of zero-degree or colder temperatures than any other winter season.  Meanwhile, other regions continue to zig-zag between warm, spring-like temperatures one day and blizzard conditions the…

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Rose Paving Project Spotlight

B.J. SchlageterB.J. Schlageter / October 23, 2013

Rose Paving performs parking lot maintenance at a bottling facility in Edmonton, Alberta, for a worldwide beverage corporation.

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Rose Paving Project Spotlight

B.J. SchlageterB.J. Schlageter / August 28, 2013

Rose Paving performs parking lot repairs at a church in Conyers, GA.

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Rose Paving Project Spotlight

B.J. SchlageterB.J. Schlageter / June 26, 2013

This parking lot drainage reconstruction and overlay project kicked off with curb and gutter removal and replacement. Specific areas of curb and gutter were removed and replaced at the proper elevation to achieve positive drainage. Next, our team performed asphalt removal and replacement of two main areas of failed asphalt.

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Rose Paving Project Spotlight: Eco-Friendly Sealant, Palm Desert, CA

B.J. SchlageterB.J. Schlageter / June 12, 2013

Project Fast Facts:

Jobsite Location: Retail Plaza in Palm Desert, CA

Project Scope: Eco-Friendly Sealcoating and Lot Marking of upper and lower parking areas of retail plaza, for a total of over 546,000 square feet.

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Crack sealing & Lot marking: Timing is Everything

B.J. SchlageterB.J. Schlageter / February 06, 2013

Winter is here and some of your parking lots may already be covered in snow, but that does not mean they should be buried on your checklist. In fact, winter is the perfect time to budget and plan for springtime parking lot maintenance repairs. In particular, crack sealing should be at the top of the list. Why? In simple terms, the answer is water. Wet weather throughout the winter months wreaks havoc on your pavement. Melting snow or rain seeps into cracks and softens or weakens the sub-base.

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Lot Marking Facts: 8 Things You Didn’t Know…

B.J. SchlageterB.J. Schlageter / November 07, 2012

Striping is important for two main reasons – aesthetics and safety. Striping over fresh asphalt or sealer requires a water-borne coating, while striping over concrete substrates requires chlorinated rubber paint for optimal adherence. Oftentimes, set-fast acrylic waterborne is the best paint to use for re-striping; however, it must be applied at temperatures above 45 degrees Fahrenheit.

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