By Kelly Combot, Commercial Estimator, Marketing Manager

Winter weather is never kind to asphalt. Extreme cold can lead to contraction and cracking, while constant freezing and thawing can cause buckling and other problems needing repair. Unfortunately, it’s one of asphalts best features that is also its worst enemy once Jack Frost starts nipping at the street.

Here’s how the cold and snow affect asphalt once its laid and during the paving process.

By Kelly Combot, Commercial Estimator, Marketing Manager

We’ve all heard horror stories of people slipping and falling in the winter and breaking bones or receiving other serious injuries — it may have even happened to you or someone you know. While the nature of these injuries is terrible on its own, it can spell double trouble for businesses.

Here’s what you need to know about possible liability issues during the winter.

By Kelly Combot, Commercial Estimator, Marketing Manager

As the leaves begin to change and fall, you may start to inquire about commercial snow removal services for your commercial lot, walkway, and steps, but you’d be skipping a whole step if snow removal is your first priority.

It’s just as important to prepare your lot and sidewalk for the cold weather and snow as it is to maintain it once the white stuff starts coming down. Here’s how to get your property ready for winter.

Repairing damaged asphalt pavement

By Kelly Combot, Commercial Estimator, Marketing Manager

We’ve all seen parking lots around Winnipeg with crumbling edges, potholes, and cracks, but it’s even worse when that commercial parking lot is your very own. Your customers get annoyed and may just avoid your lot until it’s fixed.

Unsure of the scope of work involved with fixing your asphalt paving or concrete parking lot? Here’s how Superior Asphalt can get your lot back to tip-top shape so that it’s smooth sailing for both your customers’ cars and your business.

Asphalt paving with a pothole filled with water

By Kelly Combot, Commercial Estimator, Marketing Manager

The pothole: nature’s way of bullying the struts on your car until you end up giving a mechanic all your lunch money (and then some). They seem to crop up every year, especially on Winnipeg streets, and second only to the mosquito, they just might be the worst pest in the city. But why do they happen and how are they even fixed?

Here’s how paving companies like Superior Asphalt battle “the Devil’s divots.”

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