Greater Seattle’s Trusted Commercial Asphalt Contractor

Parking Lots

commercial asphalt paving

We provide turnkey services to business owners and property managers in need of parking lot maintenance. Our commercial asphalt paving services include asphalt repairs, asphalt overlays, extruded concrete curb removal and replacement, parking lot striping, and sealcoating.

Fortunately, modern technology and improved understanding of asphalt application techniques allow property owners to schedule and execute paving and repaving projects with minimal interruption to everyday use. Even in rainy Seattle, our crews move quickly and use cold-mix or hot-mix asphalt to ensure the best possible application for your project. With Action Asphalt at the helm, your project will go smoothly and seamlessly and last for years.

Parking Lot Overlays and Patching


Action Asphalt Paving offers several commercial asphalt paving services to extend the useful life of parking lots. Most commonly, repairs include asphalt patching and asphalt overlays. In areas where the existing asphalt has degraded to the point of potholes or loose “alligatoring,” we recommend patching (excavating old material and replacing it with new asphalt). In areas where the existing asphalt is still strong enough, we suggest an asphalt overlay to cover the current surface with a new layer of asphalt. Applying an engineering fabric with the overlay further extends the asphalt life.

Tree Root Damage Repairs


We repair damage to asphalt caused by tree roots. In this process, we excavate the affected area and remove the root material. We then dispose of both the asphalt and organic spoils, re-compact the area, and pave with hot mix asphalt. To finish, we seal all patches with hot tar seam sealer.

Despite the obvious and widespread potential causes of asphalt destruction and damage, the No. 1 threat to continued surface integrity and performance is damage due to tree roots. Roots rest only a foot under the pavement, yet can cause cracking and bulging that can compromise the entire surface. Action Asphalt utilizes a bevy of modern root removal techniques to prevent asphalt damage and ensure your pavement surface lasts for years to come.

Speed Bumps and Wheel Stops


Action Asphalt Paving can install a variety of products to help control speed and direct parking. Options include custom-built asphalt speed bumps to any required height or width and the installation or replacement of parking stall concrete wheel stops.

Potential applications include:

– Schools, daycare facilities, and public parks
– Shopping malls, retail outlets, and warehouses
– Restricted-access roadways and residential neighborhoods

Whether you need speed bumps, humps, or cushions, we can help you determine the best speed control solution for your road, private drive, or parking lot.

Large-Scale Sealcoat and Crack Fill

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Asphalt sealcoating and crack-filling have been extending the life of existing parking structures for a long time. Because of our specialized equipment, we can provide quality and competitively priced products for everything from small single-building parking lots, to parking for an entire commercial campus.

By applying a single layer of protective sealcoating to your existing asphalt surface, you can easily and quickly extend the overall life of your pavement to ensure that your property’s value – and curb appeal – are preserved for years to come. Furthermore, sealcoating can keep out pesky oil stains, fuel spills, and moisture from seeping into your pavement and compromising its integrity.

Striping and Concrete Curbing


Our extruded concrete services include demolishing degraded curbing and pouring new curb. We also provide parking lot striping of any size or scope.

While it may seem like a straightforward and simple process, the act of striping a parking lot or roadway can be a contentious and difficult task for the inexperienced. Improper application will not only compromise visual appeal, but can actually shorten your pavement’s lifespan and require repainting much sooner than the two to three years of estimated use.