Asphalt Paving Contractor NJ | Construction Company NJ
Asphalt Paving Services
As a New Jersey Asphalt Paving Contractor, we install asphalt driveways and specialize in residential work. A proper sub-base is crucial to the longevity of your driveway. We take extra time in making sure your sub-base is properly graded, stoned and compacted with a 7 ton roller. When installing the asphalt we use a new well maintained paver that provides a smooth level surface. We also always use at LEAST 2 1/2 inches of asphalt ensuring a solid long lasting driveway. This is very important and our competition often uses less asphalt, giving you the impression you are getting a better deal but in actuality you are getting less then you are paying for.
With over 50 years of experience as a New Jersey Asphalt Paving Contractor, you can rest assure that your commercial parking lot will stand the test of time. Properly equipped with our Leeboy 8515 paver and 7 ton vibratory roller coupled with a knowledgeable crew you're guaranteed smooth long lasting parking lot.
It essential that Belgian Block are properly installed or they won't be there very long. All of our Block are set in 6 inches of concrete and backfilled with concrete. All the joints are hand cut providing an aesthetically pleasing edge. Clean topsoil and grass seed is then applied to the disturbed areas behind the block.
It is recommended that 1 to 2 years after a new driveway is installed it is sealed with our commercial grade sealer. We take extra care to make sure that the sealer is only applied to your driveway and not on your block or garage floor.
We install concrete, blue stone and paver stone sidewalks.
We do light excavating and drainage work.
We service the following cities and communities as a New Jersey Asphalt Paving Contractor:Cranford, Montclair, Westfield, Kenilworth, Rockaway, North Branch, Union, Clark, Union, Nutley, Summit, Short Hills, New Providence, Mountainside, Millburn, Springfield, Saddle Brook, Linden, Morristown, Scotch Plains, Plainfield, Fanwood, Green Brook, Bound Brook, New Brunswick, Bayonne, Jersey City Florham Park, Chatham, East Hanover, Glen Ridge, Bloomfield, Verona, East Brunswick, North Brunswick, Somerset, Somerville, Parsippany, Piscataway, East Brunswick, Monroe Township, Elizabeth, Randolph, Rahway, Gillette, Sterling, Elmwood Park, Berkeley Heights, Warren, Warren Township, Martinsville, Basking Ridge, Wayne, Montville, Hillsborough, West Orange, Hillside, Murray Hill, Orange, South Orange, Woodbridge, Carteret, Fairfield, Caldwell, Mountain Lakes, Pompton Lakes, Manasquan, Livingston, Hanover, Bridgewater, Whitehouse, Flemington, Clinton, Red Bank, Atlantic Highlands, Princeton, Secaucus, Rutherford, Clifton
History of Asphalt Paving [courtesy of Wikipedia.org]
Asphalt concrete is a composite material commonly used in construction projects such as road surfaces, parking lots, and airports. Asphalt concrete consists of asphalt (used as a binder) mixed with mineral aggregate and then laid down in layers and compacted. Asphalt concrete was refined and enhanced to its current state by Belgian inventor and U.S. immigrant Edward de Smedt.
It is commonly called simply asphalt, blacktop, or paving (particularly in North America). The terms "asphalt (or asphaltic) concrete", "bituminous asphalt concrete", and "bituminous mixture" are typically used only in engineering and construction documents and literature. The abbreviation "AC" is sometimes used for "asphalt concrete" but can also denote "asphalt content" or "asphalt cement", referring to the liquid asphalt portion of the composite material. In British English, asphalt concrete is referred to as tarmac in common usage; the term asphalt being reserved for technical application.
Asphalt concrete pavements are often called just "asphalt" by laypersons who tend to associate the term "concrete" with Portland cement concrete only. The engineering definition of concrete is any composite material composed of mineral aggregate glued together with a binder, whether that binder is Portland cement, asphalt or even epoxy.