ASPHALT

Paved asphalt surfaces are designed to provide all-weather use. The aesthetics of any property are enhanced by the clean, smooth look of professionally constructed pavement. Other benefits include enhanced safety because tripping hazards are minimized, improved dust control, and reduced maintenance time. Asphalt paving falls into two main categories: New Construction and Complete Removal and Replacement of Existing Asphalt. Other methods include “capping” or overlaying existing asphalt. We will give recommendations for best results on an individual basis.

NEW CONSTRUCTION:

As the name implies, New Construction is the building of new asphalt surfaces. First, excavation and grading of the area are performed as necessary to establish desired grade and drainage. Next, an aggregate base course (ABC) is placed and compacted. Finally, a specifically designed asphalt mix is applied to present a finished surface based on the customer’s needs.

REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF ASPHALT

Deterioration of asphalt can occur as a result of lack of maintenance, overuse, or simply living past its life expectancy. In such cases, old asphalt pavement may need to be removed and replaced or refurbished.

Members Of: