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Asphalt Parking Lot Installation

While you may have heard it before, it bears repeating, first impressions are essential. Ruts, depressions, and other issues can make the ride into your facility an unpleasant experience for your customers. Depending on these issues’ severity, having new asphalt installed may be the best, most cost-effective solution for improving curb appeal. Less substantial issues […]

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Asphalt Maintenance During Monsoon Season

Monsoon season has checked-in and doesn’t plan on checking-out until September 30. During this time, Arizonans may witness many different, unpredictable weather elements such as heavy rainfall and excessive winds. “Much of the area receives 40- to 50-percent of its annual precipitation during monsoon season” (National Weather Service).  Hazardous conditions, such as dust storms that […]

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Asphalt Sealcoating Benefits

Now that Arizona is beginning to warm up, it’s time to focus on the state’s faded and cracked stretches of roadway before more significant, and perhaps costly issues develop. Businesses could benefit from attending to their parking lots as well. Asphalt sealcoating is a cost-effective way for companies and municipalities to maintain highways, roads, and […]

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Where to Watch the Kick-Off?

You avoided the Cheshire Cats and hired the right asphalt contractor, and they completed your project to your exact desire, so let’s kick back and watch the Big Game on February 2nd. L&L Asphalt has some ideas for how to host an awesome watch party and where to go if you would prefer not to entertain.  Throwing […]

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Keeping Your Sleigh in Working Order

With valley residents hitting the asphalt to celebrate the holiday festivities in a couple of weeks, what are some of the best tips for you before loading up your sleigh? Last year L & L Asphalt put out a few safety tips just before the holidays for those families hitting the road. This year, you […]

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