Pavemar Paving is the best paving company in Toronto for your residential paving needs.
95% of our residential projects can be completed within one day.
Whether we are Replacing, Resurfacing or Reshaping your asphalt driveway, we ensure to create the best solution for your home.
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This custom asphalt driveway has two coats of asphalt for industrial strength. The top coat was installed in one-shot on a warm summer day for an optimal finish.
Rather than cutting the old driveway down the property line, both neighbours agreed it was time to replace the driveway in its entirety.
The old asphalt on this property acted as a strong base layer for our asphalt resurfacing and saved the client from going over budget on this renovation.
This property demanded a driveway design that keeps movement in mind to accommodate this client's needs.
Interior renovations on this home caused the original driveway to experience wear and tear from heavy contractor use. Nothing like a fresh layer of asphalt to make the outside of this home look just as good as it does on the inside.
In collaboration with the landscaper on this project we laid a U-shaped driveway that met up seamlessly with their new interlocking bricks leading into the home.
Are you thinking about paving the parking lot of your office building or plaza? There are several things you need to factor in before you can start the project. So, what do you need to be thinking about? We'll go into everything in detail below. Keep reading to ensure you end up with a great finished parking lot!
Before you start paving a parking lot, you need to know the size of the area being paved. In some cases, this is easy to determine. For instance, if you're repaving a parking lot, you can measure the size of the existing lot. However, if you're putting in a new lot or expanding the current lot, you'll need to make sure you have the correct measurement.
Did you know that paved parking lots aren't just made of a layer of asphalt? Parking lots feature subgrade foundations that are prepared before the asphalt is poured. Subgrades usually consist of packed soil, and a strong subgrade promotes proper drainage. A subgrade with poor drainage capabilities will cause your lot to wear away faster. You should hire professionals to assess your subgrade foundation and make alterations to it as needed.
Why would this matter, you ask. The weight of smaller vehicles (such as cars) doesn't impact the asphalt as much as larger trucks. For this reason, larger vehicles and trucks leave more wear and tear on the pavement. You'll need more asphalt layers if you anticipate heavy-duty trucks and machinery driving on it often.
When it comes to asphalt application, timing is everything. This is especially true for people living in Canada because the onset of the snowy season brings precipitation. Water is the ultimate destroyer of asphalt. When you're paving a parking lot, it's best to do so under dry conditions. So, make sure you plan your project ahead of time.
When repaving a parking lot, you would want to select the grade of asphalt that can withstand the Canadian climate. Pavemar Paving can provide the right asphalt to fit your needs. Fine-graded is the best choice for many parking lots because it prevents moisture from seeping through.
Now that you know what you need to consider before paving a parking lot, you're ready to start the project. Need a team to take care of your parking lot resurfacing or paving needs? We're here to help! Get a free quote from Pavemar Paving today!
We take pride in our extensive years of experience and unwavering commitment to delivering optimal customer service.Regarding driveway paving services in Toronto and the GTA, trust Pavemar Paving to create a stunning and durable entrance to your home. Contact us today to discuss your project, and let us bring your vision to life.
Asphalt is a popular choice among homeowners for driveways due to its durability and cost-effectiveness. Many companies use recycled asphalt for the base layer, which is environmentally friendly and more affordable than fresh asphalt. These factors make asphalt the ideal material for your driveway.
You don’t need to worry about compromising the aesthetic appeal of your property as asphalt gives a seamless finish.
Asphalt is known to withstand harsh weather conditions and natural elements better than other materials and is less likely to get damaged easily.
It is an easy-to-manage option as it requires little maintenance and stays intact for extended periods.
This is one of the primary reasons why asphalt is a preferred choice among homeowners.
Asphalt is more flexible than concrete, making it less vulnerable to significant cracking.
Asphalt paving is performed by contractors who specialize in the job. Pavemar Paving has the necessary equipment and techniques to do the job right the first time. Get a free quote now.
"Asphalt overlay" or "Resurfacing" refers to paving asphalt on top of existing asphalt. It is generally done after comprehensively examining your current asphalt pavement for cracks, faults, or problem areas. If your pavement is in good condition, the top layer is removed for improved grip and a fresh layer of asphalt is laid on top. Sealing may be ideal if your existing asphalt is in good shape but needs renewal.
Cold mix asphalt is typically used in the off-season or for minor repairs. We employ hot mix asphalt most of the season for optimal results.
Asphalt aftercare requires you not to use or drive over it for 24-48 hours. The duration is longer for hotter seasons. It should be followed with the standard regular seal coating and resurfacing maintenance.
A homeowner can expect the driveway to last 30 years or longer if they use good products. Many projects can survive 40 to 50 years if properly maintained. Regular maintenance and vigilant care of your pavement or parking lot can considerably extend your property's life.
Let our professional paving contractors assess your property in person.
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