Utah Concrete Still Continues To Buckle
Another area along I-15 in Utah has buckled according to UDOT (Utah Department of Transportation) The record heat this year in Utah is causing a lot of problems for older concrete surfaces and structures. The heat is trending towards a record year of days over 100 degrees. This is bad news for anybody that has a large surface made of concrete. If you are not prepared for the heat you can have a bad outcome before the summer is over.
Eckles Paving has had a lot of calls this year about concrete projects. We are experts at remodels or new construction. Whichever one you are in need of give us a call today for a fast response. While there are benefits to both asphalt and concrete you might want to consider a new Salt Lake asphalt parking lot to replace an existing concrete parking lot. If your concrete is more than 30 years old you are at risk of it buckling under the high temperatures that are hitting Salt Lake County.
There are always going to be things you can’t control but if you fail to take care of your concrete and need to have it done in an emergency it can end up costing you thousands more than if you had stayed on top of it. If you need expert advice call us today. With our decades of experience you will get pointed in the right direction and we can give you a free quote on your new project. Eckles Paving is a long trusted leader in Utah.