Asphalt paving is utilized in a variety of different applications because of its durability, cost effectiveness, and strength. It’s the material of choice for parking lots and roadways because it can withstand heavy weight and, when maintained properly, can last for many years.
Parking lots, roads, and any other area where vehicles may travel in your community are one of the first things noticed by visitors, especially if they are in poor condition. OrangeBlue General Contractors provides a variety of asphalt maintenance services including slurry sealing, striping and simple crack filling, to total and comprehensive asphalt removing & replacing with petromat fabric overlaying. Every project we tackle is different and is subject to the unique goals and constraints of our valued Clients. Contact OrangeBlue today for solutions that will meet your specific needs.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How big can I safely go?
Pool water depth is significant for safety reasons. Around 6 inches is the maximum depth you should go without placing an automatic pool cover on top of your in-ground, gunite/stucco-constructed swimming pool when it's not in use. The purpose of the cover is to keep swimmers from accidentally going beyond shallow depths, thus preventing injuries from going underwater over their heads. For above-ground pools, limiting the depth to 4 feet is typically the safe maximum. This is also the case with free-form above-ground pools, but it's best to have at least one ladder in place so swimmers can safely get back up to shallow depths should they go beyond the 4-foot mark.
What kind of cover should I get?
Pool covers can be broken down into two basic categories: mesh and solid. Mesh typically costs more because it allows water vapor to escape while preventing debris from falling into your pool. Solid covers are cheaper but take more effort to remove snow and ice accumulated over the winter months. These covers are often referred to as "blankets." The choice between a mesh or blanket depends on how much you're willing to spend and your climate.
Can I add a spa to my existing pool?
Adding a spa is possible with specific considerations. The general rule of thumb is that your pool must be large enough for the proposed new spa, and you already have an existing filtration system in place. Some other issues to look into are the location of power outlets and gas supply lines, any special equipment for circulation or water treatment, size jets you prefer.