When the time has come for your parking lot to be repaired, why not work with the best? M & M Paving is the leader in commercial parking lot repair, serving Central PA. We have the necessary expertise in addition to high tech equipment to deliver the best service possible. Our technicians are highly trained and we are trusted by both local and National companies, making us the best choice for your pavement repair job. 

What You Need to Know – Parking Lot Repair

Wear and tear from weather conditions and vehicle traffic can lead to cracks and potholes in your parking lot. This makes for bumpy rides while negatively impacting the appearance of your property. If you wait to have your pavement repaired, you may be up against liability issues due to vehicle damage from those who drive on your surface. Investing in high-quality asphalt repairs can help to eliminate these problems and risks while preventing larger problems down the road, including pothole repair.

How Much do Parking Lot Repairs Cost?

The cost of a parking lot repair project varies widely. If defects in a parking surface are caught early, the repair cost will be less than if maintenance is put off. Having regular pavement inspections is the best way to ensure that repairs are done in a timely manner, saving you money over time. Failing to have your surface regularly inspected can lead to a more costly problem in the future.

Which Services are Typical for Parking Lot Repairs?

Three primary procedures are typical for a good parking lot pavement management plan, including crack sealing, sealcoating and lot marking.

Crack sealing is the most cost-effective aspect of parking lot repair and should be performed as early as possible to prevent further water infiltration. If parking lot cracks are left untreated, water can permeate through the cracks, eroding the sub-base rapidly.

Sealcoating is recommended after cracks have been treated, delivering a protective barrier against the elements, including water, salt and harmful UV rays in addition to gasoline and oil. Without sealcoating, your pavement is more susceptible to these elements penetrating into the surface, breaking your asphalt down more rapidly.

The finishing touch after a sealcoating application is lot marking or line striping. During this phase, we clearly mark stalls, entrances/exits and load zones to help safely direct traffic. 

Let’s Discuss Your Project Today

Don’t wait until your minor pavement problems grow into something major. Regular asphalt maintenance goes a long way in keeping your parking lot in the best shape possible, saving you money in the long run. Reach out to our knowledgeable contractors today by calling us or filling out our contact form!