Parking Lots · Driveways · Walking Trails · Olympic Tracks · Subdivisions · Street Print · Seal coating ·
Striping · Brick and Stone Curbing · Concrete Curb and Gutter
New Asphalt Work: Installation of driveway or parking lot beginning with excavation and installation of base stone, then finished with an asphalt top.
Asphalt Overlay: Process of installing 1 1/2 inches of new asphalt over an already existing structural sound asphalt driveway or parking lot.
Sealcoating: Install a coating over existing asphalt driveway to make it last longer and to prevent surface water from penetrating cracks in asphalt which would cause base damage.
Striping: Design and application of striping for parking lots.
Brick/Stone Soldier Course: Brick or stone that is set in bed of concrete along edge of driveway. Each brick/stone is stood on one end in an even line. Thus the name "soldier" course.
Brick/Stone Driveways, Sidewalks and Landings: Installation of brick or stone over concrete or aggregate base. Brick or stone can be set in different patterns. (Note: Background picture for this page is a brick driveway apron)
Walking Trail: Walking Trails can be from 5 to 12 feet in width and any length owner desires. While walking tracks are slow to install, they are much easier than the Olympic tracks. Walking tracks usually consist of 2" of compacted base stone and 2" of asphalt.
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