Parking Lot Maintenance, Cookeville, TN

HomeServicesParking Lot Maintenance, Cookeville, TN

Protect the appearance and function of your parking area with our parking lot maintenance services.

If you have a commercial property in Cookeville, Tennessee, don’t underestimate the importance of having a well-maintained parking area for your potential customers or clients. The condition of your parking lot sends a message about your business. It’s not just about the appearance either. A parking lot with potholes and cracks can actually damage a vehicle’s tires, wheels, and suspension.

Parking Lot Maintenance in Cookeville, Tennessee

Constructing a new parking lot can be fairly expensive, so investing in parking lot maintenance just makes sense. Parking lot maintenance protects your business’ bottom line and reduces your liability risks.

Asphalt looks strong and durable, and it is, but think about all the challenges that a parking lot must endure. There is frequent UV radiation from the sun. The surface must tolerate extreme heat and temperatures over 100 degrees in the summer, and then in the winter, temperatures below freezing. Heavy rain, snow, and ice can pool on top of the surface, entering the smallest cracks and eroding parts of the asphalt away. Over time, these water intrusions cause a gradual weakening of the asphalt surface, which is why we recommend sealcoating your asphalt every 2-3 years.

Another challenge to your asphalt’s integrity is fulfilling the purpose for which it was built. Heavy vehicles driving across the surface put a different kind of stress and strain on the surface.

Protect the appearance and function of your parking area with our parking lot maintenance services. Call us at R & R Paving and Grading today to learn more or if you have any questions. We can schedule an assessment of your parking lot now.

At R & R Paving and Grading, we offer parking lot maintenance services for customers in Crossville, Tennessee and the surrounding area, including Cookeville, Sparta, Livingston, Spring City, Jamestown, Roane County, and Cumberland County.