Q. What is the process involved in paving my driveway or parking lot?
A. First, we’ll visit your site and offer you a written proposal indicating an estimated timeframe for the work. Second, if there’s an existing driveway, it will be removed to inspect the conditions of the base. Following that, gravel will be placed to provide an adequate grade, which will then be compacted using rollers. The compacted stone or gravel will be left alone for approximately four weeks, after which we will return to place the asphalt.
The asphalt is spread using an industrial spreader, thus ensuring proper thickness, and is compacted using static rollers to provide a high-quality finish. In the case of parking lots that require line striping, the striping of parking lines will be done after the asphalt has set. We recommend letting the asphalt and striping cool and set for at least three days before parking your vehicles.