With proper repair and maintenance, your asphalt driveway can last up to three decades. To achieve this, you need a reliable residential paving company with expertise, integrity, and skills in driveway paving. In New Jersey, Elite Paving is the go-to contractor for all residential pavement needs.
Benefits of Asphalt for Driveways
There are a ton of options for paving your residential property, including brick pavers, chip seal, and concrete. Of these options, asphalt offers distinct advantages like
- Increased Flexibility: Unlike concrete, asphalt has a certain degree of flexibility before cracking.
- Cost-effectiveness: The installation cost is typically lower than that of concrete, making it a more cost-effective option for homeowners.
- Winter Resilience: Asphalt is less susceptible to rock salt and ice melt damage in winter conditions, making it a more durable choice for areas with harsh winters.
- Faster Curing: It hardens by cooling rather than curing, which means it sets faster than concrete.
Get in Touch with Elite Paving Today and Get a Beautiful New Driveway
We offer professional driveway installation services that cater to your needs and budget while minimizing any disturbance to your landscaping. We work fast so that you can get back to your life quickly, and we keep costs low by tailoring our driveway paving services to your property and budget.
Everybody’s home exterior is unique, so your paving contractor needs to take a different approach for each. A flexible contractor can handle varying conditions, from a property with existing pavement to a newly constructed home. Here are some options for residential pavement installation.
If your current driveway is in good shape, you can directly lay hot mix asphalt on top of it. This only works if your pavement is stable and has only minor defects.
Broken or unstable pavement should be removed first. Then an aggregate base can be repaired or a new base layer laid down. Finally, asphalt is installed on top of this, compacted, and smoothed.
For bare soil, the area to be paved needs to be graded or given a slope for drainage. Next, a base, binder layer, and asphalt surface layer are installed.
There are also various methods of protecting the edges of the pavement, including stone pavers, concrete curbing, or landscaping.
Contact Elite Paving LLC today to take the first step toward improving your property’s curb appeal with a new driveway.