Canada’s Harsh Winters Decimates Asphalt Pavement: Rose Paving can help

Rose PavingRose Paving / June 16, 2019

How Does Canada’s Weather Affect Asphalt? When it comes to inclement weather, Canada gets the “whole-shebang.” Toronto is far enough North to experience some of the harshest winter weather on the planet. It is also just far enough South to experience sweltering summers and near torrential rain in the spring. Excesses in cold, heat and…

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Sealcoating FAQ

Rose PavingRose Paving / June 10, 2019

Why should I have my lot sealcoated? Your asphalt parking lot takes a battering not just from vehicles but from the blistering sun, snow, salt, and spills. Regularly sealing your lot helps to minimize damage and deterioration, while keeping its appearance fresh and new. By protecting your asphalt from moisture seeping down into cracks, its structural integrity…

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Asphalt Paving Gets Wrecked in the Southern California Heat – Here’s What To Do

Rose PavingRose Paving / June 14, 2019

Southern California has heat and sunshine in abundance. That’s good news for your tan, but it’s bad news for your asphalt. Heat and ultraviolet rays from the sun are damaging to your asphalt in more ways than one. Fortunately, we at Rose Paving know what it takes to keep your pavement intact and looking like…

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What is the Typical Life Cycle of an Asphalt Parking Lot?

Rose PavingRose Paving / May 06, 2019

Like all things, your asphalt paving has a life cycle, beginning the moment it’s first laid down. How long it lasts depends on a number of factors, the main one being the level of maintenance it undergoes during its lifetime. With the right preventative care measures, the service life of asphalt paving can last 25 years or…

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Rose Paving Shines in Southern California

Rose PavingRose Paving / May 06, 2019

Before Rose Paving moved to Southern California, we made a silent deal with the state. We agreed that if California would continue showering us in sunshine, we would provide the best asphalt paving services that its citizens could ever experience. Today, we are happy to say that all parties involved have kept their end of the…

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How Are Asphalt Paving and Sealcoating Different?

Rose PavingRose Paving / May 06, 2019

When the time comes to consider asphalt repair for your parking lot or driveway, you want to be absolutely sure you’re choosing the right option. Asphalt paving and sealcoating can appear similar on the surface—no pun intended—but these two maintenance and repair procedures are very different. Asphalt Paving – the What, How, and When Asphalt…

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Phoenix Sunshine is Great for You, but Damaging for Your Asphalt

Rose PavingRose Paving / April 03, 2019

With an average temperature of 75°F and around 160 days of sunshine per year, Phoenix, Arizona is a beautiful place to live, work, and visit. At Rose Paving, we love the sunny weather and low rainfall, but we also know that high temperatures and blazing sun can have a negative impact on your asphalt parking…

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How Rose Paving Supports the Phoenix Community On & Off the Parking Lot

Rose PavingRose Paving / April 03, 2019

Community is extremely important to Rose Paving. After successfully expanding into Phoenix, Arizona in 2018, we’re keen to be as active as we can in our new community. As the top paving contractor in Phoenix, we’re ready to make our mark in the neighborhoods of Phoenix as well as on the asphalt. We Offer Services…

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The Effects of Tampa’s Extreme Temperatures and Rainy Season on your Asphalt

Rose PavingRose Paving / April 02, 2019

The Effects of Tampa’s Extreme Temperatures and Rainy Season on your Asphalt Sunshine, blue seas, palm trees and the ocean breeze – Florida’s got the weather to put a traveler at ease. Postcards paint a beautiful picture of the Sunshine State. Absent from the postcards are the damaging effects of Florida’s hot, humid climate on…

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Repair Denver’s Harsh Winter Damage with Asphalt Repair

Rose PavingRose Paving / April 02, 2019

Coloradans will be the first to tell you that while Rocky Mountain winters are certainly no joke, the winter season in Denver gets a bad rap. Although the snowfall is considerable, the relatively mild winter is perfect for outdoor activities such as skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and other outdoor fun. Fluffy snow and spring skiing aside,…

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