Residential Paving Services in Puget Sound | Action Asphalt
Our residential asphalt paving services will transform your gravel driveway from a muddy, uneven, yearly maintenance project to a clean, smooth surface that requires minimal upkeep. Our staff will work with you to design a driveway that fits both your property shape and specific needs.
There’s no telling what challenges your driveway will face over its 20-30 years of functional life. From oil spills to erosion to tree root invasion and general wear-and-tear, an asphalt driveway is one of the most valuable investments a homeowner can make. Protecting it through its lifespan, however, is an important consideration. When you partner with Action Asphalt, you won’t only get a professional paving company, you’ll get award-winning service and maintenance for all of your paved surfaces.
We will coordinate and work with all parties involved to ensure your new community roadway is a project that exceeds everyone’s expectations. Even in instances in which there are many players involved, Action Asphalt keeps things simple, straightforward, and to the point.
Because a community road is a shared investment, it carries a shared interest that’s greater than any one family, household, or stakeholder. That’s why it’s so important to choose an asphalt paving company that will ensure the work is done right the first time so routine maintenance and upkeep will be minimal as the road ages and breaks down.
We build asphalt approaches connecting city or county streets with your property to meet any municipality specification. These approaches are often required for final occupancy of new construction.
Because asphalt approaches act as a buffer between private driveways or roads and public streets, it’s important that quality and consistency in the paving process is ensured. The most commonly used – and widely accepted – pavement technique is that of an aggregate asphalt mix.
Asphalt driveways have a lifespan just like any other part of your home. We will assess the condition of your current driveway during residential asphalt paving services to determine what repair options best meet your needs. Our residential asphalt paving services include patching damaged areas with new asphalt, applying an asphalt overlay that places a new layer over the existing asphalt, or complete removal and replacement of your driveway. We also replace degraded concrete driveways with new asphalt.
While it’s often apparent when an asphalt surface needs to be repaired or replaced, it’s not always clear which method is best suited to correct the damage without breaking the bank. While small cracks are fairly common, even in newer pavement, severe and systematic cracking – also known as alligatoring – is a sure sign that the pavement itself has failed. While repairs, patching, and sealcoating can correct the visual aspects of the damage, most contractors will recommend you replace the entire pavement.
We build asphalt sport courts to any specification or customer need. We have constructed tennis, basketball, and multi-purpose courts throughout the Pacific Northwest in both private and public settings.
Because of the immediacy and intimacy of an asphalt sport court, it’s important to pay attention to the details when applying the pavement. Maintenance is much more important here than in any other asphalt paving project, as even the smallest amounts of debris can damage a soft sport court. Be sure to sweep and pressure wash your court on a regular basis to keep it looking clean and consistent for years to come.
We can extend the life of your asphalt driveway as well as bring back its original dark color by applying an asphalt emulsion-based sealcoat. This includes a thorough cleaning of dirt and debris prior to the sealcoat application.
Whether you should perform a sealcoating repair or a patch job on your damaged asphalt surface is dependant on the severity and nature of the damage. If the issues appear to exist only at a surface level, sealcoating can be a great way to revitalize the pavement’s appearance and functionality.