Parking Lot 101 for Monmouth County NJ

The parking lot is the first area of your commercial property that potential customers see, and it needs to be smooth, with no damage, and with crisp pavement markings to bring your property the most value.

Many property owners can be confused about what to do with their parking lots. This is where your local asphalt paving experts can help! In Monmouth County New Jersey, Unlimited Contracting is the paving company with the right parking lot expertise to tackle any type of parking lot paving service necessary.

Parking Lot 101

Start with Quality Asphalt Paving

A parking lot is only as good as the asphalt installation. A properly graded and compacted base layer creates stability and quality asphalt products and installation make for flexible, durable pavement.

Parking Lot Stenciling & Line Striping

A parking lot is just an area of asphalt pavement without the proper symbols and lines, including:

  • ADA compliance symbols
  • Parking stall lines
  • Traffic symbols
  • Painted curbs
  • Electric vehicle parking spaces
  • Signage

Concrete for Parking Lots

A parking lot consists of more than just asphalt pavement. Concrete curbs, ramps, sidewalks, building entrances, parking bumpers, bollards, and aprons all finish off your parking lot and give your business a professional look.

Parking Lot Repair Options

When your parking lot starts to suffer from wear and tear from weathering or just traffic, it can develop pavement damage such as cracks, depressions, raveling, or edge deterioration. Parking lot repair services address these, such as:

  • Crack sealing
  • Asphalt resurfacing
  • Asphalt patching
  • Sealcoating

Unlimited Contracting: Monmouth County NJ’s Parking Lot Experts

No matter whether you need parking lot paving, repair, or maintenance services, the most trusted asphalt paving company in New Jersey is here for you. Contact one of our parking lot experts for a site inspection and paving consultation.

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