The Importance Of Regular Paving & Maintenance For Churches & Non-Profits
A great first impression and pedestrian safety improvements can make an incredible difference on a the impact your church or non-profit has on new congregants, members and contributors. Having clear parking spaces and pavement markings aid in the flow of traffic around your establishment and make the rules of the property clear. Poor upkeep of maintenance tasks can also reflect badly on your non-profit organization with negative Google and Facebook reviews, thus affecting member presence in the future. Because non-profits work no such tight budgets, it is also vital to assume a regular maintenance program for the property’s pavement to take care of asphalt or concrete repairs before they become much more expensive to fix.
The most common maintenance tasks include resurfacing & pothole repair, line striping/pavement marking, sealcoating and crack sealing. For excessive pavement damage on your property, we offer more involved paving and construction contracts like milling & paving, new asphalt paving, new concrete paving, curb construction and excavation services. General price ranges for each of these services is listed on our website, but you would be best advised to get a free estimate from one of our experts to get the most accurate pricing. Managers and trustees of churches and non-profit organizations also come to us for parking lot design services to talk about engineering new parking lots and driveways, and often ask us to carry out construction of the design as well.
For the visually inclined, we’ve included photos of our projects done for churches & non-profit organizations on our website.
Organizations We Serve
We serve a wide variety of non-profit organizations in the Northeast Ohio area. These include:
- Non-profit Schools
- Park Systems
- VFW Buildings
… And many more.
Requesting Services From Ohio Paving & Construction
Churches & non-profits interested in having work done can submit a bid request form, or fill out the digital form below. We invite you to briefly outline the scope of work to prepare our estimators before the evaluation. Then, one of our estimators will contact you for a free site visit, examine the proposed project, and then we will formally propose our bid for the work.