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Hot, Cold & Warm Mix Asphalt Types

There are a few asphalt types that you should know about whether your project is small and you plan on doing it yourself or calling a paving contractor such as L&L Asphalt. These types of asphalt include, but are not limited to: cold, warm, and hot mix asphalt. Each type of asphalt has a share […]

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Potholes, Are They Dangerous?

With growing cities and neighborhoods and the dream of travel, roads have become an essential part of our lives and while roadways are beneficial in many ways, they can also cause issues with hazardous surfaces that can be dangerous for vehicles, motorists or pedestrians. With an estimated 30+ million tons of goods being transported via […]

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The Advantages of Asphalt Paving

With the multiple benefits of asphalt paving out there, we curated a list of a few that we feel should be highlighted. Cost-Effective: With lower initial costs than other pavements out there, asphalt is a much more cost-effective option that will last well up to 20 years and an added bonus is that it’s recyclable. […]

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Understanding Pavement Resurfacing

Assuming the surface has not deteriorated to the extent that having an experienced asphalt contractor remove and replace a damaged roadway or parking lot would be more cost-effective, an alternative option is to have the contractor resurface your paved surface; a process also known as an asphalt overlay. And, what better time to renew your […]

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Asphalt Pavement is Your Road to a Smooth New Year

According to Statista’s Global Consumer Survey, nearly 40 percent of American adults will have made resolutions before ringing in 2022, promising to improve specific areas of their lives such as their health or finances. Looking at the most popular personal goals, more than 24 percent of respondents resolved to “live more economically.” The U.S. Department […]

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Preparing Asphalt for Holiday Travelers & Colder Weather

According to the American Automobile Association (AAA), 53.4 million Americans are expected to travel for Thanksgiving, a 13% increase from last year. The organization says that this year’s travel forecast marks the single-year increase in Thanksgiving travelers since 2005 and brings the total traffic volume near pre-pandemic levels. Most of these travelers will hit the […]

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Driving Tips for Arizona’s Monsoon Season

It’s monsoon season in Arizona. From June to September, dust storms, thunderstorms, and flash floods visit the Valley regularly. These storms can limit visibility and flood streets within minutes. These severe weather conditions can contribute to driving conditions, along with ongoing road construction by an asphalt paving company, making it critically important to proceed with caution […]

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