ADA Compliant Concrete Property Services
The right concrete service can help you optimize the value of your property. Our team of experts is your one-stop shop for all your ADA-compliant concrete services. From small to large commercial projects, you can trust our team to deliver quality workmanship.
Stay ADA compliant with Swan Co.
For commercial property, you need a reliable and quality contractor who’s up-to-date on the ADA. That’s why Swan Co is here to help. We offer ADA-compliant concrete services that will keep your building and property safe and looking good for your visitors and employees.
Curbs and Sidewalks
Prevent accidents and injuries by installing ADA-compliant curbs and sidewalks.
Falls and injuries can be prevented when you use these ramps that meet or exceed the ADA guidelines.
We’ll pour new concrete, repair old concrete, remove old rebar, make repairs and pour new.
Masonry Block and Dumpster
Keep your dumpster from being an eyesore with a masonry block enclosure.
If you have a question about any of our services that you can’t find here, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with our team. We are committed to making sure you are part of the family and that you receive nothing but the best experience.
I need my parking lot sealcoated and re-striped. How long will it be closed for?
There are a couple of approaches. The sealcoat requires 24 hours to fully dry before we recommend driving on it. We offer our customers an accommodating schedule on weekends and evenings to utilize any down-time your business already has. If your business doesn’t close for an entire day during the week, then we can complete the job in two mobilization days. This means that we will close off half the parking lot for 24 hours, then reopen it while we will close off and work on the remaining half.
Are paving and sealcoating services weather dependent?
Absolutely. The best weather for paving and sealcoating in the northeast are the warmer summer months when the sun is shining. Sealcoat in particular needs sunny dry weather at temperatures above 50 degrees. Therefore, we highly recommend scheduling your sealcoat projects as early in the year as possible to make sure that we meet these weather conditions. The paving season usually starts sometime in April depending on the temperatures and ends in November.
Did you know? Asphalt plants close in their entirety for the winter so even if we get a warm day during the winter months, it’s very challenging to schedule asphalt work.
Do you also fix curbing, sidewalks, or dumpster enclosures?
Yes, we do. Our team is equipped to handle all exterior commercial building maintenance services including, but not limited to: catch basin repairs, storm water drainage, bollard, guardrail, and fencing repairs, exterior painting, parking lot cleaning, and more!
We also perform interior tenant cleanout and demolition services for retail, industrial, and office buildings.
How much does an estimate cost?
Typically, we can perform estimates free of charge. However, if the estimate requires a time-consuming takeoff or additional engineer planning etc. then we charge a fee to cover those costs which most often can be credited toward the work when we are awarded the job.
How long before you can drive on new asphalt?
Typically speaking, 24 hours. However, there are additional variables with each job so you should always consult with your paving contractor when making plans to pave or repave your parking lot.
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Mutual Respect for time and assets is essential from plan development to project completion.
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