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PAVING

HD Paving And Sealcoating LLC Paving has been born in a small town called Lansdale. We are on the best top of Paving Contractors in our area with years of experience. Asphalt is the most popular choice for residential driveways and commercial parking lots. It provides an affordable, long-lasting, and easy-to-maintain surface. Our team will work with you to identify your needs and help develop a scope of work that best fits your budget.

Depending on the overall condition of your pavement, there are many different types of repairs that can be done to fix issues in an asphalt lot.

Asphalt Resurfacing

Asphalt resurfacing is a common, cost-effective process of restoring your asphalt pavement to like-new condition. Resurfacing (also commonly referred to as an overlay) is the process in which a new layer of asphalt (typically 1.5” – 2.0”) is installed over the existing pavement. This process is typically performed after the top layer of existing pavement has been grinded down. Resurfacing is best performed on driveways and parking lots that have been maintained properly over the years and still have a stable sub-base. If large areas of fatigue cracking (or alligator cracking) exist, there may be the need to perform full depth patching of these areas prior to an overlay taking place. In general, an asphalt overlay is only as good as the base that it is being installed over.

Patching and Infared Patching

In some scenarios, a full depth patch of the existing pavement may be required to remove heavily fatigued or potholed areas of a parking lot. Whether being performed in conjunction with a resurfacing or just to repair areas of need, full depth patching is the only way to properly repair areas in a pavement that are experiencing cracking. Recognizing these areas is easy but determining why the pavement is failing is not. Our experienced workers will help identify the root cause of the failure and develop a solution to resolve the issue and prevent the pavement from failing in the future.

Potholes occur when moisture seeps into cracks. The cracks then grow, and the asphalt breaks off into small pieces.  In the east-north, winters inevitably create an abundance of potholes every year.  When moisture freezes, it expands causing the pavement to break. When the weather warms up, the moisture thaws and leaves the pavement damaged.

Replacement

If you are looking for a replacement, installing a new driveway is required. This will need to remove the old asphalt and most of the cases, is necessary installed new stone for an appropriate base, before laying the asphalt for about (2.5”-3”). Our experts will evaluate how many inches of depth might need to dig out or remove. A professional driveway will performed a highest price, it involves pulling out the old driveway, dump material and other steps with a long-lasting new driveway and working with a plan and budget.

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