Asphalt Paving & Pavement Maintenance for Property Managers
As a Paving Contractor that works with a large number of Property Management companies, our goal is to make your job easier!
Managing a property or portfolio can be complicated enough without having to coordinate contractors working on your sites. We take pride in establishing a plan that works best for you.
- We focus on being as unobtrusive as possible.
- Allied Blacktop has created an inhouse scheduling system that meets the
requirements for properly coordinating projects. (We won’t let you fall through the cracks
because our job is to repair them as well as any other asphalt related maintenance
- Our goal, is to inform and educate our clients so they know what to expect from our
performance and they know what they are getting for a product.
- Establish what the customer would like to accomplish, provide options to accomplish their goals, provide a fair price based on the assurance of what is required to complete this project correctly without cutting corners, and preventing as many unknowns as possible. Keeping the customer updated and informed of the dates and times the work will take place.
Common Paving Services Provided
- Asphalt Milling
- Crack Sealing
- Seal Coating
- Chip Sealing
- Line Striping
- Concrete And Much More!
Pavement Maintenance FAQ’s for Property Managers
Q: With a chip seal project when will the loose excess aggregate be swept and removed from the site?
A: The longer the rock is able to lay on the project the better the product will be. But it is recommended to stay for up to 8 weeks. You can request the rock to be swept off sooner however this may void a warranty as we cannot guarantee our product will perform correctly if it isn’t installed to exact specifications.
A: Depending on the type of oil used it is common to leave the aggregate down for 2-4 weeks or more, it is beneficial for the finished product to be in place and driven on for a period of time.
Q: When will the striping happen?
A: Striping usually takes place after hours (evenings), when the final tasks have been completed. (Patching, paving, sealing, sweeping)
Q: Will we handle permits/approvals?
A: We can handle permits however it may require additional fees in handling of extra paperwork, the cost of permits and contacting local municipalities.
Q: Can the work be done on weekends?
A: Work can be performed on weekends, however it may have additional costs depending on the time of season the work is scheduled, plant opening fees, and overtime.
Q: What if it is raining on the day my project is to be completed?
A: Our scheduling department will contact you by phone or email to reschedule your project for the next available date. You can also contact your sales associate at any point in the process for information regarding your project.
Q: What is your typical timeframe for scheduling the work?
A: Allied typically schedules and informs the customer a week prior to construction.
Q: How are you/we going to notify the tenants and/or homeowners?
A: We will do our part to notify the customer of the dates/times/scope of work. It is the customers responsibility to notify, staff/customers/public. Unless an arrangement has been made for Allied to post signs or leaflets stating requirements to perform our work.
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