When properly constructed and cared for, asphalt pavement will give several years of life. However, every product has a life expectancy, and this is as true for asphalt pavement as for anything else. When a asphalt reaches a certain level of deterioration, the best remedy is to remove & replace. This provides the homeowner or business owner with a new driveway or parking lot.
Regardless of the quality of the initial construction, all pavements will eventually show signs of aging. Cracks may appear, low spots can develop or the pavement may develop unsightly stains. At some point, it may seem that the only viable option is to have the existing pavement removed and replaced. However, in many cases, the issues can be resolved with an asphalt overlay.
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A New Driveway Or Parking Lot Is A Big Investment In Your Property, That's Why We Want To Make Sure You Make The Best Decision That Fits Your Needs & Budget.


The appearance of your driveway or parking lot creates an impression about your home and way of life. An inviting driveway or parking lot provides a focal point for passer-by and visitors approaching your home or business, and an attractive pavement, one with "curb appeal", adds value to your investment.


Wether your need a complete asphalt removal & replacement, or an asphalt overlay, everything on our website was created and geared to help you understand the issues, and solutions that will give you a long-lasting, beautiful driveway, parking lot or road.


  • Are you currently experiencing any of these problems with your asphalt driveway or parking lot?

    • Severe Winter Damage

    • Extensive Cracking Or Buckling

    • Low Spots, Causing Puddles

    • Small Or Large Potholes

    • Major Cracks On A Concrete Driveway

  • Complete Asphalt Replacement may be the better option if you notice the following symptoms:

    • More Than 25-30% Of Your Pavement Needs To Be Repaired

    • The Foundation Is Unstable

    • Your Pavement Is More Than 20 Years Old

    • There Are Cracks In Your Pavement That Are Over A Quarter Inch Wide

    • There Are Cracks In Your Pavement That Are A Few Inches Deep

If you are experiencing one or more of the problems listed above, there is a good chance you will need a complete Asphalt Removal & Replacement. It could also mean you have problems with the sub-base under your current asphalt. If these problems aren't corrected, your asphalt Driveway, Parking Lot Or Road will continue to deteriorate. When this happens, you can count on Heritage Asphalt Paving to create a paved surface that will last for many years to come.


Many homeowners initially opt for a simple gravel driveway. However, over time the disadvantages of this become apparent and they seek a better solution, having the driveway paved. During the Grade & Pave process the top layer of existing gravel base (additional gravel base may be necessary), is leveled & fine-graded to ensure proper drainage, and vibratory compacted with a heavy roller for a solid base. Finally, a new layer of asphalt is installed, to a depth depending on the customers traffic load.


Often clients need new asphalt installation for a new driveway or parking lot, a new turnaround, additional parking for a second vehicle, or for recreation. This procedure is called new construction, or new asphalt installation. First, we evaluate the site for drainage, contours and other variables that might effect the installation. After reviewing these issues, the second step is the excavation and removal of grass/dirt as needed. This is followed by hauling in, installing, fine-grading, and compacting the gravel base. The next step is paving and compaction of the asphalt to a predetermined thickness depending on the customers traffic load. The final step, as in all our work, is ensuring that we have met our customer's expectations & complete satisfaction!

Our Goal With Every Asphalt Paving Project Is To Give You The Results You Want, The Quality You Expect, And The Service You Deserve.
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