All types of asphalt paving. We can do anything from patching pot holes to paving city streets. New construction, overlays, remove and replace, patching, infrared repairs.
Asphalt sealer can extend the life of your asphalt surface by preserving the oils in the asphalt. Sealer keeps the sun from oxidizing asphalt and water from infiltrating the asphalt. If asphalt is allowed to oxidize, the natural oils will start to be depleted. Once this happens the surface can unravel, or fatigue crack because it is not as flexible anymore. If water is allowed to penetrate the surface, damage can occur from base failures or frost heaves. So, seal coating is an integral part of maintaining your investment.
Cracks, if not addressed, will allow water through and under the asphalt, softening the sub-grade beneath it. The weakening of the sub-grade, combined with vehicle traffic and freeze/thaw cycles, will eventually lead to asphalt failure and expensive repairs. To prevent this damage, we seal cracks with a hot, rubberized crack sealing material that is specially formulated for parking lots. This highly elastic material stretches with the movement in the pavement, keeping water out all year long.
Pavement milling (also known as cold planing, asphalt milling, or profiling) is the process of removing a portion of the depth, or all, of a paved surface, with the depth removed being determined by the type of repaving intended after the milling. Rather than simply repaving over the existing surface, milling a paved area, without disturbing the underlying sub-base, allows for the subsequent repaving of the surface without raising the height of the pavement. This allows the pavement to remain even with already installed concrete curbs, manholes and drain systems. Milling also allows for the milled pavement to be removed from the work site and recycled into new asphalt pavement.
Chip seal is a pavement surface treatment that combines one or more layer of asphalt with one or more layer of fine aggregate. In the United States, chip seals are typically used on rural roads carrying lower traffic volumes, and the process is often referred to as asphaltic surface treatment. It is also used as a dust free surface on driveways and parking lots.
Decorative asphalt comes in almost every pattern and color imaginable. We can also do custom logo's