Paving • Utility Work • Snow Plow Removal • Seal Coating

Frequently Asked Questions

First, we would do a professional assessment of the site to see our options. Our determination may result in either of two options: 1, overlay, which would require the installation of 1.5″ topcoat. Or 2, a complete rip out, which would require the prepping of the sub base and the installation of usually 1.5″ binder and 1.5″ top. Then roll to finish.

A layer of coal tar applied to the asphalt pavement.

The process of installing a new layer of asphalt on an existing pavement surface, usually 1.5″-2″ thick. Also known as asphalt overlay, pavement overlay.

Yes! We are qualified with the proper skills and equipment to fill the cracks and prevent any additional damage quickly. The sooner they are repaired, the better.

Some additives can be mixed into asphalt to shade it for another color and style, but our company applies black asphalt.

Oils, gasoline, and brake fluids can cause asphalt to become soft and break down the binder over time.

Those will fade over time and become less noticeable after a few months. Compaction rollers are an important part of creating long lasting quality pavement.

Any deteriorating spots should be taken care of as soon as possible. The sooner it is taken care of, the less money it will cost you further on.

Mainly, the difference in color will be noticeable temporarily. The newer asphalt will be darker in color while the pre-existing pavement will be a few shades lighter or appear as more of a gray shade. Seal coating a parking lot/ driveway after multiple patch repairs helps to blend in the fixed spots.

Asphalt seal coating is recommended to be applied every 1-3 years, depending on the amount of traffic that is on the asphalt regularly.

Yes! If you want to switch your parking lot/driveway from concrete to asphalt, we are able to pave right over the concrete.