If your driveway is gravel or grass; or your existing asphalt is cracking, sinking, or just needs general maintenance, give McDonough Asphalt Paving a call!
We are a full-service asphalt maintenance, repair, and new asphalt installation company ready to help and consult you on your asphalt project. We are family owned, operated and installed.
McDonough Asphalt Paving installs, maintains and repairs asphalt for many different uses including driveways, parking lots, walkways, private roadways, basketball courts, hot rubber crack filling and sealcoating.
Driveway Contractors And Construction
Potholes in the area are a particular nuisance and McDonough Asphalt Paving can fill and repair those. Seal Coating is especially important in preventing cracks and potholes for long-term maintenance of your asphalt surface.
With more than 30 years in the business, McDonough Asphalt Paving has earned the reputation of being a first-rate asphalt installation and repair company. We are licensed and insured for your peace of mind and are confident you will be pleased with our services.We are owner operated which means that KEVIN and PATRICK McDonough are on every job site and are readily available to answer any questions or concearns you may have.
Call us today to schedule your free estimate!
- Residential, Commercial And Industrial
- In Business Since 30 Years
- Emergency Service Available
- Licensed And Insured
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What Is The Paving Process?
The paving process consists of three phases: Asphalt/Concrete Removal, Sub-base preparation, and Asphalt/Concrete Installation.
Asphalt / Concrete Removal
Saw-cuts are completed to protect any pavement to remain. All asphalt/concrete will be removed by machines and our skilled laborers. Old material is then hauled off site.
The gravel or base underneath the old pavement may need to be replaced. The base is then graded and pitched for proper water drainage. Once graded, the base is compacted prior to asphalt / concrete installation.
Asphalt / Concrete Installation
Asphalt or concrete is then installed over the compacted gravel base. Asphalt is installed using a paving machine. Concrete is poured onto the pavement. Asphalt is then rolled and compacted. While concrete is leveled, finished, and allowed to set.
Asphalt is America's #1 recycled material.
For more information on paving parking lots, please call McDonough Asphalt Paving at 781-837-4411.