T&K Asphalt Services

21 hours 19 minutes ago

T&K helping to beautify Hanover on a sunny Friday! Great job guys! #oktopaveinoctober

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1 day 19 hours ago

The T&K Crack, Seal and Lines teams are everywhere.....recognize any of these locations? #cracksealing

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1 week 1 day ago

T&K crews working the night shift to handle the South Bay Shopping Plaza job. Many hands involved in getting this job done! Thanks to everyone involved and keep up the great work! #tkasphalt #greatpavingcompanies

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1 week 3 days ago

Snows coming and it's time to review your Snow Program. Checkout these 8 Tips for Hiring a Snow Contractor. https://lnkd.in/gKdWbxn

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2 weeks 4 days ago

Thanks to our Residential Sealcoating Team for continuing to take care of our South Shore residents for 30 years. Great job!

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2 weeks 5 days ago

Is Your Property Ready for Winter?
The best time to start thinking about winter is when the sun is hot and the pavement is dry. Here are 4 tips for getting large commercial properties ready for the upcoming snow, ice, sleet, and nasty New England conditions.
1. Inspect the Property with a Qualified Snow Vendor-They know how to assess the parking lot, walkways, loose berm, weathered concrete, damaged catch-basins and potential snow storage areas. Missing something now can costs thousands later!
2. Protect your Investment- Now’s the time to fix up the lot. That means crack sealing to prevent sub-base damage-once water gets into the cracks it expands and causes frost heaves. This leads to liability issues with cars and trucks in the winter and repaving expenses in the spring; seal coating is necessary to protect the asphalt from the sun, salt and oils. Re-lining the parking spaces makes them more visible during slush-like conditions. This prevents car accidents and excessive liability expenses.
3. Look for a Reliable and Properly Insured Snow Vendor-Ask yourself the following question: Does your provider have “snow Insurance” referenced in their Certificate of Insurance? If not, you’re looking at potential lawsuits if problems occur. Does the company “stand behind” their work? If the company you hired can’t protect your company’s reputation then look for qualified companies before they are “sold out”!
4. Can they provide Peace of Mind during a Snow Storm-T&K Asphalt has been serving customers in New England for decades with reliable equipment, quality service and a live 24 hour hotline to serve your needs any time day or night. With our extensive line of trucks we are able to properly and quickly clean and de-ice your lot giving you a better nights’ sleep.
Good luck with your snow preparation and have a safe snow season!

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3 weeks 4 days ago

Does Your Contractor have the Correct COI?
As a property owner or facility manger, you purchase insurance to protect your assets from claims and law suits in the event of an accident on your property. Do you have the same protection from your snow contractor?
What is a COI?
A certificate of insurance is a one pager that provides policy details on the contractor’s liability insurance coverage, verifying that they have the professional liability insurance, general liability insurance, Workman’s Comp & Auto Coverage or business owner’s policy they claim to have. The details it shares include the types and limits of coverage, the issuing insurance company, policy number, the named insured, and the policy’s effective dates. What the cover page does not show you are any exclusions such as “snow” unless specified with endorsements. More insurance companies exclude snow from general liability than you would think.
Why do you need a COI Snow Endorsement?
Without the snow coverage endorsement in place, and if a claim is filed up to three years, you could be left out in the cold. Here’s an example:
If a pedestrian slips and falls on an icy parking lot they could sue the building owner. If the building owner has contracted with a snow removal contractor then they will assume the liability. However, if the snow removal contractor does not have a Snow Coverage endorsement, the building owner will have to assume the additional expenses causing financial stress and possible cancellation of insurance at time of renewal.
What should you look for in a snow contractor’s insurance policy?
1. Verify that your selected contractors insurance includes snowplowing operations
2. Type of snow endorsement necessary:
a. Ongoing Operations -covers liability only when the snow contractor is actively onsite.
b. Completed Operations (CG2292)- is coverage to protect the property owner after the snow contractor has completed snow operations and has left the site. For example- two days after a storm and someone slips on a small patch of ice even though no snow precipitation has occurred in 2 days.

So remember, getting the cheapest snow contractor may appear to be saving you money, but in the event of a claim, it could cost you thousands of additional dollars and jeopardize the company’s finances. Be sure to verify your contractors insurance has a snow coverage endorsement to protect you from financial ruin and help you sleep better at night.

Have a safe snow season.

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1 month 2 weeks ago

Grading, curb, bollards, binder, seal and lines and more happening today by the hard working crews at T&K Asphalt Services. Thanks for another day of making our customers look tremendous.

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1 month 3 weeks ago

Please keep our great friends with Pavecon Ltd.Houston and all the residents of Houston in your prayers as they deal with the devastation from Hurricane Harvey.