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Asphalt Resurfacing

All State Paving has the machines and expertise to complete your pavement resurfacing job ahead of schedule and within budget. Contact us today for a custom quote and takeoff for your project.

Asphalt Resurfacing

Resurfacing is the more affordable option and also takes less time to complete. For resurfacing pavement, All State will repair cracks and any holes found in the pavement. Then a new layer of asphalt is applied over the entire existing pavement and rolled smooth with a rolling machine that compresses this new layer. As long as the foundation of the pavement is stable and in good condition, resurfacing is a good solution for pavement will cracks in about 30 percent of its surface. After resurfacing is complete, the most effective way to extend the life of your new pavement is by sealcoating regularly.

Asphalt Repaving

If holes and cracks are found throughout your pavement and areas of damage extend from the surface down to the foundation, repaving will be the best solution for your parking lot or road. This process is a more costly option and requires extensive work to remove part of the existing asphalt. After much of the surface is removed, multiple layers of asphalt are placed and pressed for a smooth surface finish that with be strong and ready to withstand years of traffic. To prevent any future issues of repaving, sealcoating the surface of your asphalt is recommended every 2 to 3 years.

When Should Your Asphalt Be Repaired?

Small cracks in asphalt driveways and parking lots can quickly grow into a costly problem. Choosing a good asphalt contractor ensures your repair job will be a long-lasting fix for years to come. When the first sign of cracking appears within 2-3 years after your paving project is complete, sealing is the solution for restoring and strengthening the asphalt. Leaving cracks to grow worse can significantly weaken the integrity of your asphalt. Freezing water, oil, dirt, and other debris quickly accumulates in cracked asphalt and is the primary cause of what is commonly known as heaving damage.