Paving

Paving

Paving

Asphalt paving is a composite material made up of oil, aggregate and recycled asphalt. It is frequently used on roadways, parking lots and walking paths. Our asphalt contractors are dedicated to paving roads and parking lots that are constructed in layers, with each layer playing its individual part in delivering the best infrastructure possible.

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Asphalt Paving can be a cost-effective way of installing and repairing roadways and parking lots. A properly paved surface can provide better traction, smooth aesthetics, and a fuel-efficient path to travel on.

Frequently Asked Questions

There is no difference between asphalt and blacktop. Different people will interchange the terminology. Most will reference asphalt instead of blacktop in the roadway and construction industry when talking about an asphalt surface. To better understand asphalt, contact Onsite Asphalt for greater details.

Asphalt paving can be a cheaper alternative to concrete, depending on the project’s size and circumstance. The exact cost of asphalt paving depends on the surface’s needs, along with the thickness required. Along with being a cost-effective way of installing and repairing roadways and parking lots, asphalt offers other advantages to other material types. A properly paved asphalt surface will provide better traction, smooth aesthetics, and a long-lasting solution. Learn more about the cost of asphalt paving by contacting Onsite Asphalt.

Asphalt pavement is a durable and effective roadway solution. The life expectancy of the application will depend on how well you take care of it. If there is no maintenance service ever applied to an asphalt pavement, you can expect it to last 15 to 25 years. If you properly maintain the asphalt with various maintenance products, it can last as long as 35 to 50.

WHY IS Paving IMPORTANT?

Asphalt Paving can be a cost-effective way of installing and repairing roadways and parking lots. A properly paved surface can provide better traction, smooth aesthetics, and a fuel-efficient path to travel on.