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Since its inception, Plattsburgh Paving has become a leader as an asphalt and concrete specialist in Clinton, Essex and Franklin counties in New York, with expertise in both, the commercial and residential markets. When you choose Plattsburgh Paving, you can be assured that you are choosing a company that is committed to delivering a quality job every time. Quality is our focus. We work to make sure that our clients receive the highest quality craftsmanship and customer service at a reasonable price.
We are family owned and operated and bring over 25 years of experience to each job. Our crew is experienced, knowledgeable and skilled in all phases of asphalt and concrete projects. When working with us, we educate our clients, so they can make the best decisions for their unique needs. From the quality of the materials we use to the quality of our workmanship, you can depend on honesty, reliability and an exceptional customer experience.
Plattsburgh Paving provides a wide range of services including asphalt paving, seal coating, hot crack repair, commercial snow removal, masonry and our newest division, Concrete Restoration Services. Our crews are friendly, and do their job quickly and efficiently. You’ll like doing business with us.
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About this Process
At Plattsburgh Paving, we are asphalt paving contractors in Upstate New York who take pride in educating people about everything asphalt — it’s our passion.
So please, take a look at this step-by-step overview of what an asphalt pavement installation requires — from demolition all the way to a smooth, new surface.
- Step 1: Demolition and Removal.
- Step 2: Grading and Sloping.
- Step 3: Prepare the Sub Base.
- Step 4: Proof Roll, Undercutting and Sub Base Repair.
- Step 5: Binder and Surface Course.
- Step 6: Install New Asphalt Surface.
- Step 7: Butt Joints and Transitions
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Keeping your driveway in good condition goes a long way in maintaining the appearance of your home. More than just cosmetic, a solid driveway prevents erosion and protects your property.
You take pride in your business, so be sure that you are not neglecting your parking lot and other exterior paved surfaces. Provide a comfortable place for your customers with a nicely paved area to park their cars.
If you have an industrial project, , we can handle all of your paving needs with ease. As a fully insured business, you can feel confident that you’ll receive the best possible workmanship for your industrial project.
Asphalt is a major investment in the strength and beauty of your driveway, road surface, or parking lot. When properly installed and maintained, new asphalt can last for decades. Yet you might not know how to make the most of your asphalt. We understand that you probably have a lot of questions about your project, and we are always happy to speak with you directly.
How long should you stay off a newly paved driveway?
In hotter months, it is advisable to not park or drive on your new driveway for at least 3 days. In less hot months, one can stay off for 1 to 2 days. Parking in one spot for a long period of time, on a freshly paved surface, is still not recommended to do for at least a week
How long before you can drive on new asphalt?
It is best to wait at least 24 hours before driving on the new surface. We often advise that you wait longer during hot weather. Following installation, be sure to follow a regular preventative maintenance plan, including sealcoating and crack filling, to keep your asphalt looking its best.
Is rain okay for new asphalt?
There is no way around it; asphalt cannot be installed when it is raining outside. Furthermore, asphalt installation projects must be postponed if it has rained recently and the ground is still wet. … So when rain comes into contact with fresh asphalt, it causes the oil to rise to the surface
How thick should asphalt be?
For commercial lots, granular base aggregate is dependent on usage, but is typically 8 inches. On top of this layer, residential driveways typically use 2 to 3 inches of asphalt, whereas commercial driveways use about 3 inches. … The type of soil base is also critical for building an effective foundation for the asphalt.
How long does it take asphalt to harden?
Asphalt takes approximately one year to fully cure. However, this does not mean that you need to avoid your new road, driveway, or parking lot for that long! Try to keep people, pets, and vehicles away for at least 24 hours, or up to three days if possible.