Repairs to Stormwater and Sanitary Systems Critical

Stormwater and sanitary systems are a vital component of any municipality, and repairs to these systems are critical.

Every city, town, and municipality has to deal with stormwater and sewage, and stormwater and sanitary systems are the most commonly used options for dealing with waste waters. At Tucker Paving, we offer maintenance and repair of the majority of sewer systems. Continue reading Repairs to Stormwater and Sanitary Systems Critical

Asphalt Overlays Useful for Maintaining Paved Surfaces

They are often a good solution for an ailing roadway, but not always.

All roadways, parking lots, and other paved surfaces have a certain lifespan. After that time, they require maintenance in order to look and function properly. Asphalt overlays are one useful option for maintaining paved surfaces like roads and parking lots, and we use them quite often at Tucker Paving, but they are not always the best solution. Explore the ins and outs of asphalt overlays to help you to judge if one is the best option for the maintenance of your paved surfaces or not. Continue reading Asphalt Overlays Useful for Maintaining Paved Surfaces

What Does the Striping Mean On Our Roadways?

Some people think all they need to know about the striping on the roads—also called road lines—is “to keep it between the mustard and the mayonnaise.” That is, between the yellow center line and the white line of the shoulder. However, the lines in the road give information and instructions on what drivers can and cannot do while driving, and every driver with a valid license is expected to know the rules of the road, including the meanings of the lines. Continue reading What Does the Striping Mean On Our Roadways?

The Uses for Recycled Aggregate

Television personality Fred Rogers once said, “Often when you think you’re at the end of something, you’re at the beginning of something else.” This is true of many demolition projects; something old has reached the end of its usefulness, and it’s being demolished to make way for something new. It might be a building, a parking lot, a roadway, or a sidewalk, and there are usually plans to put something new in that space. Continue reading The Uses for Recycled Aggregate