New Asphalt Paving Construction

Building brand new asphalt surfaces for projects as small as singular driveways, or as vast as entire neighborhoods — we’d love to do it!


Asphalt Resurfacing

Asphalt resurfacing (also known as an asphalt overlay) is a cost-effective way to restore your asphalt pavement to the condition that it once was. Resurfacing is best suited for driveways that have been properly maintained over time, and still have a stable sub-base. If there is a lot of fatigue cracking on the lot, full-depth patching may need to take place before resurfacing. Basically, asphalt resurfacing is only as reliable as the base layer that it’s being installed over.

The Process:

  1. The top layer of existing asphalt is grinded down.
  2. A new layer of asphalt (usually 1.5″ – 2″ thick) is installed right on top.


Removal & Replacement:

Sometimes negligence of proper maintenance can cause an asphalt driveway to become damaged beyond repair, and the only solution is to start fresh. Though sometimes, the actual problem could be much more critical. Whether it be issues with the groundwater, a weakened subgrade, or that the lot is not equipped for traffic flow; Pavement Solutions will create a full maintenance plan to combat it all.

Asphalt pavement is a large investment, which is why it’s crucial to have a partner who understands this, and that develops a scope-of-work to keep your lot orderly for the next 20+ years.

The Process:

  1. All asphalt is removed via excavation.
  2. The subgrade and aggregate base is inspected to ensure stability and longevity of the new construction.
  3. New asphalt is installed and compacted.
  4. Pavement markings and signage are put in place, if necessary.

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Let us maintain the longevity of your lot. Because — after all — a parking lot is a consumer’s first impression of the establishment as a whole.