We Provide all stages of Asphalt Paving for Roadways, Driveways, & Parking Lots in Long Island:
We install smaller driveways by hand to perfection, and large driveways, roads, and parking lots in Long Island are installed w/ self-propelled paving machines. Every installation is completed to its own unique specifications. New paved driveways in Long Island can be installed w/ belgium block or brick bordering as desired.
First the site to be paved is inspected to see if any problems will arise before the work begins. Often cable or water companies will have to be called in to do “mark-outs” on the site before any driveways, roads, or parking lots paving can begin in Long Island. Survey’s may also have to be looked over to insure exact property line. Next the site is excavated and all grass, concrete, old asphalt are removed and carted off the site. The sub base is graded and power compacted and our Long Island driveway or parking lot paving services can begin.
RCA Stone blend is then installed to a depth of 4 to 6 inches
Settling can take anywhere from a day to 2 months to settle.
The site is finally paved with hot commercial asphalt at a depth of 2 to 3 inches, depending on the requirements of the job.
It is recommended that our paved parking lots, driveways, and roads in Long Island not be driven on for at least 3 days
In many cases resurfacing an existing driveway with new blacktop is an option. It depends on the condition of the existing blacktop. If it is in decent shape, and the reveals on the border are not a problem factor, then resurfacing is recommended. If it’s not broken up, asphalt is a strong base for a new layer and there is less chance of settling because you are not disturbing the ground.
REMOVAL & REPLACEMENT:
Asphalt removal and replacement may become necessary if an asphalt pavement has not had regular maintenance. Small cracks that inevitably form on the asphalt surface deepen over time, allowing water infiltration into the lower levels of asphalt. When water gets into these deep cracks, it can create holes in the substrate, structurally weakening the asphalt. These small surface cracks will also spread across the asphalt, then run deeper below those areas of the surface, so that large parts of the asphalt surface and their lower levels become affected. When this happens, superficial repairs are not sufficient to fix the structural damage. The asphalt must be removed and replaced.