Driveway Services

Removal and Replacement of Existing Driveways

Whether your entire driveway needs to be removed in order to install a proper foundation, repair tree root damage, sinkholes, or ruts from heavy vehicles, we will saw cut, excavate and haul away all debris before installing your new concrete or asphalt driveway.

Grade Base and Pave Driveways

If you have a gravel driveway, or no driveway at all, we will grade and place a proper gravel sub-base prior to asphalt paving or concrete pour to create a solid and durable surface which will add value and appeal to your home for years to come.  We also offer an array of affordable maintenance services to ensure the highest level of longevity to your new driveway.

Asphalt Overlay of Existing Asphalt or Concrete Driveways

We will repair sunken, low, and broken areas prior to new overlay. If concrete garage aprons and concrete sidewalks are flush with old asphalt surface, these areas will be scarified, ground down with planer to ensure new overlay meets flush with concrete and allows for proper water runoff away from garage and sidewalks.  To see if this option is best suited for your driveway please call us today to set up an appointment for a free, no obligation estimate.

Asphalt and Concrete Patchwork 

Not all driveways need to be fully replaced.   You might only have a small section of asphalt, or concrete, that requires attention.  One of our knowledgeable estimators would be happy to inspect your driveway and offer you a free, no obligation, estimate.  Please call us today to schedule an appointment.

Seal Coating and Hot Rubberized Crack Filling

Not all asphalt and seal coating companies are created equal.  Proper preparation and cleaning is necessary for seal coat to adhere to pavement.  We will thoroughly clean your entire driveway, removing all loose stone, dirt, vegetation, and debris from asphalt surface and cracks. All horizontal and vertical cracks 3/8″ or wider will be hot crack filled prior to seal coating.

Entire driveway asphalt surface will be sealed with coal-tar based sealer, with 3-4% of hydraulically hot blended Tar Max R100 polymer additive and 4-5 pounds of fractured silica sand added per gallon. Material will be continuously mixed on job site trucks to ensure material is properly blended during application and bonds properly to asphalt surface, giving the highest wear and traction factors in the industry.