About Asphalt Crack Sealing
Crack Sealing With Buckhead Is The Key to Perserving Your Asphalt Investment.
Cracks left unsealed in asphalt pavement allow water to penetrate the surface. This in turn weakens the pavement structure and leads to failures in both the pavement and the base beneath it. Once this occurs only extensive and costly repairs can fix the problem.
Crack sealing is the most cost effective way to stop this erosion of your asphalt investment before it’s too late. When properly applied crack sealing materials will greatly extend the life of your asphalt pavement and prevent untimely damage.
Buckhead Paving has the expertise to provide the best crack sealing available. Our pavement crack sealing crews have the experience to efficiently complete your project with professionalism and care – minimizing our impact on your daily operations.
Asphalt Crack Sealing | Parking Lot Repair Atlanta, Marietta, Alpharetta, Peachtree City
Crack sealing is a major factor in protecting your asphalt parking lot or asphalt driveway against the elements. Cracks in the pavement surface allow water to penetrate and deteriorate the base material supporting the pavement. These cracks left untreated will lead to further cracking and eventually potholes. Crack sealing should be performed prior to sealcoating asphalt parking lots and asphalt driveways. Please contact us (678) 540-2345 for more information regarding our asphalt repair process.
About South Fulton, Georgia
The 2016 Georgia General Assembly passed bill HB514 to incorporate South Fulton. Governor Nathan Deal signed the bill into law on April 29, 2016. On November 8, 59 percent of the citizens of what would become South Fulton voted to charter the city. This referendum was part of a "cityhood movement" in the Atlanta metropolitan area that began in 2005 with the incorporation of Sandy Springs on the opposite side of Atlanta. Several other communities in Fulton voted to incorporate in 2007. With the passage of the South Fulton referendum in 2016, Fulton County became the first county in Georgia with no unincorporated residential areas. As a result, in 2017 Fulton County also became the first county in Georgia to cease providing municipal services such as fire, police, zoning, and code enforcement. Many former Fulton County personnel and facilities were transferred to the City of South Fulton.
On March 21 2017, South Fulton held elections for mayor and city council, followed by runoff elections before incorporation took effect on May 1. The first mayor of South Fulton was Bill Edwards, who previously served on the Fulton County Board of Commissioners from 2000 to 2014. His term expired on December 31, 2021.
In November 2017, after a one-year waiting period mandated by state law, the city council selected Renaissance as the new name for the city after allowing residents to suggest names. More than 200 names were suggested and the list was pared to 20, including Campbellton (a historical town now partly within the city), Atlanta Heights, Wolf Creek and retaining South Fulton. Following a three-week public notice period and two regular public meetings, which are required to amend the city charter, the city council approved the name change in December 2017. However, Mayor Edwards vetoed the name change on December 18, citing several reasons including contracts and some public opposition.
In its first eight months, South Fulton created its infrastructure, navigated financial challenges and began a transition from Fulton County services.