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The Experts in Asphalt Paving

All State is your dependable source for all Dallas-Fort Worth paving needs. We specialize in working with asphalt because it saves time and money for each of our customers. Contact us today for your asphalt rehab or new paving project and experience the best in Texas.

A Paving Job Well Done

We understand the fine details required to properly complete a paving job. You can expect superior ride quality and durability the day we finish placing your pavement and even years later when we return to extend the longevity of your asphalt. Using today’s best practices and machines results in better parking lots and roads that meet stricter requirements and higher expectations compared to the past.

Caring For Your New Asphalt Pavement.

1. Wait a minimum of one full day before driving on your new pavement. If the weather is hot, wait even longer to give the oils in the asphalt and mixture time to fully cure.

2. Maintenance and upkeep is important. Keep the surface clean of car oil leaks and other harsh chemicals. Have cracks and imperfections repaired as soon as they are seen.

3. There's no need to sealcoat your pavement within the first year. Additives and other sealcoating chemicals can have adverse affects on the asphalt and cause cracking or other conditions. Sealcoating is recommended every 2 to 3 years, while cracks should be filled each year.

Asphalt: Designed to be Recycled.

Asphalt is one of the best materials for paving driveways, roads, and parking lots. Not only does asphalt paving have a long-lasting 15 to 20 year lifespan, it's 100% recyclable. The US Department of Transportation estimates over 45 million tons of asphalt is recycled each year. Recycled RAP (reclaimed asphalt pavement) is primarily used for paving roads and sometimes blended with an aggregate for subgrade applications in road construction. All State Paving ensures the highest quality materials is sourced from RAP processing facilities for your project. We utilize crushed, screened, and blended asphalt ground to less than 1.5" inch or finer milled material. Our fresh milled RAP provides a premium product with a moisture content under 5% and standard weight of 130lb/ft3. Request a quote and see if recycled asphalt would be the best application for your job.

Types of Asphalt Irregularities

To reach surface smoothness that meets International Roughness Index (IRI) requirements, our pavers actively watch for irregularities like rutting, raveling, segregation, roller marks, fat spots, flushing, mat slippage, irregular color, irregular texture, streaks, gouges, tears, broken or uncoated aggregate particles. There are a staggering number of issues that can arise after placing asphalt. Most of these problems originate with with temperature and compaction not being within required tolerances. Our team monitors these factors and can avoid all of these irregularities.

Raveling & Rutting

When temperatures are inconsistent in the asphalt (differentials +-25ºF), cool areas compact much slower and reach ambient temperature much faster than surrounding mat. These areas that are unable to be compacted will reduce strength, lower fatigue life, age faster, and a present a greater susceptibility to being damaged by moisture.

Minimize Stops & Starts

A consistent flow of material during placement is key to minimizing starts and stops and finishing the job with a smooth surface. When material isn’t available for a significant amount of time, the asphalt will be compromised with an uneven surface finish.


A paved surface will show early signs of wear when the hot asphalt is not mixed to a homogenous state.

Is Asphalt or Concrete More Cost Effective?

Asphalt is always the more affordable option with a price of around $5/sqft. Concrete paving will typically cost twice as much with an average price near $10/sqft. Primary factors that affect cost are location and current conditions of your site (is there existing asphalt or concrete). Long term costs for asphalt involve routine sealcoating maintenance about every 5 years and any cracks that form are relatively simple and inexpensive to repair.

Asphalt Binders: 
Key Elements To Asphalt Paving

When oil is processed and petroleum refining is complete, there are several co-products that are created alongside gas, diesel, and other oils. One of these being binders; a crucial part of the asphalt mix. Although asphalt binders make up only around 5% of a typical mix, they are the primary component that holds the asphalt aggregate together (the larger the size of aggregate in the mix, the greater the load bearing capacity). With such a small amount of material to work with, engineering these binders to work at precise temperatures will determines how well they perform. Hot Texas summer months require a binder that’s stiffer than what would be used during the winter where a softer binder is needed. Too hot and oils within the asphalt can vaporize causing the asphalt to harden too quickly over time. Naturally, oxidation of the asphalt mix will occur and cause a slow increase in stiffness requiring repaving or a sealcoat to lengthen the asphalts useful life. Specifying the best tests for binders are still being developed with needle penetration tests being a popular method. It’s imperative that all samples go through a pre-heating and stirring process before being processed in a laboratory. A lightweight needle is pressed into the asphalt sample and the depth it penetrates within 1 minute is used to measure stiffness of the binder. Even with identical viscosities, the elasticity of asphalt can vary widely. Some may deform permanently when loaded with weight, while others with better elasticity will return to their original shape.
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