Tar/ Asphalt applications are great, low cost methods of re-surfacing, repairing or maintaining a large surface area at your home or business premises. Tar Driveways are a very popular method of paving due to the durability and long lasting results that you can achieve for very little cost. If you have an old, tired looking Driveway or Walkway and you need a low cost alternative to stone or brick, tar & asphalt could be the solution you are looking for and with our low cost paving solutions, we’re certain you wont be disappointed.
The process of Tar Driveway construction is quick and can usually be completed in 2-3 days. We will remove your old surfacing and use course stone to make sure the surface is level, filling in any holes and compacting using state of the art heavy machinery. Following that, we lay the new tar paving and flatten using a steam roller to ensure a smooth surface. We then repeat the process to ensure ultimate durability. For smaller repair jobs, we simply fill in any holes and give the tar/ asphalt a renovation clean to make it look like new again.
Tar Parking Lots
Nothing makes your business stand out more than a newly striped parking lot. We specialize in new striping and re-striping on all sized commercial parking lots. If a specific paint or material is required, our striping crews have the equipment and knowledge to apply it.
We specialize in all sized commercial and residential tar paving projects. We approach each job with craftsmanship and attention to detail. Whether it be tar pavements or tar sidewalks, We have the expertise to see the job through from start to finish.
Slurry Seal and Resurfacing
We have reliable equipment as well as back up from reputable supplies locally to be able to meet client needs. Depending on the temperature at which it is applied, asphalt is categorized as hot mix asphalt (HMA), warm mix asphalt, or cold mix asphalt. Hot mix asphalt is applied at temperatures over 300°F (150°C) with a free floating screed. Warm mix asphalt is applied at temperatures of 200–250°F (95–120°C), resulting in reduced energy usage and emissions of volatile organic compounds. Cold mix asphalt is often used on lower volume rural roads where hot mix asphalt would cool too much on the long trip from the asphalt plant to the construction site.