Commercial Asphalt Paving
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Illinois Asphalt Paving Contractors
We provide professional and personalized services for commercial, industrial, municipal, and residential areas. We have gained customer trust and confidence through the use of modern proven techniques, high-quality equipment and highly trained and experienced professionals. We have paved innumerable apartment complexes, roadways, highways, and shopping centers.
Parking Lot Construction
When a parking lot is properly designed and constructed, the lot should be attractive to the eye, safe, and efficient. This is important because the parking lot (consciously and subconsciously) may be the first impression someone has when entering a complex for the first time. The parking lot contributes to the overall feel and atmosphere a potential customer has when visiting your location.
Milling is the process of removing part of the top layer asphalt. This is performed for a variety of reasons. It is a precursor to repaving. Therefore, asphalt milling is important for asphalt repair. As a result, it has become a popular method of recycling. It removes part of the old asphalt, grinds it, and uses the ground asphalt material as the aggregate for the new asphalt. It is certainly an important asphalt practice. Furthermore, it is critical to protecting your asphalt investment.
There are several asphalt patching techniques that may be used for filling cracks, pothole repairs in roads, pavements, parking lots, playgrounds, tennis courts, etc. When done the right way, patching helps prevent further deterioration and avoid huge repair expenses. Materials used may range from hot mix asphalt, to asphalt emulsion mixes and proprietary patching mixes with special blends.
Seal Coating can double the life of your pavement by protecting it from its known enemies, including sun, oxidation, weather, oil, and gas. Additionally, crack filling your asphalt prevents harmful water from penetrating into your sub base. Our products are tailored for each particular situation, forming a tough protective layer over your paved surface.
Also known as pavement, asphalt, asphalt concrete or blacktop, an asphalt overlay is a composite material often used to surface parking lots, roads, embankment dams and airports. It is an aggregate of minerals bound and compacted together.
It’s often made from a mixture of bitumen, gravel, sand, crushed rock or slags. Asphalt mixtures are produced at hot, cold or warm temperatures to give them varying properties.