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FAQs

Have a question about quality asphalt paving or quality concrete paving? Find the answer below.

Why should I repair my commercial asphalt or concrete?

Sidewalks pose some of the largest liability risks to commercial property owners. Not repairing concrete could result in injuries sustained on your property. Repairing asphalt and concrete can also increase the curb appeal and value of your property.

What do you guarantee?

We guarantee that your project will be completed on time and to your satisfaction. We provide a one-year warranty on all materials.

How long will my project take?

The length will depend upon the project scope and other factors. We will give you a timeline for your project before work begins.

How soon can you start my project?

We can start as soon as you agree to the timeline and cost.

What days do you work?

We work 24/7/365.

How much will my project cost?

We offer competitive rates, which vary based on the scope of your project. We will give you a quote before work begins.

Who are your clients?

We have worked with some of the top contractors in the nation, including Clark Construction Group and The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company. Other clients include property managers and homeowners’ associations in Washington, DC, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia.

Will your work disturb my business?

We routinely work without causing a disturbance or posing a safety risk to anyone on or near the jobsite. We will let you know beforehand if work will require your business to close for any period of time.

How are your employees certified?

Our employees are safety-certified to prevent jobsite accidents. They’ve received extensive on-the-job training to provide you with a high-quality project of which you can be proud.

What is your commitment to safety?

We have a full-time safety manager, and we routinely attend local safety seminars. We are compliant with all OSHA jobsite safety requirements.

Do you give free quotes and evaluations?

Yes, we offer 100% free evaluations for prospective and existing commercial clients. Simply call (703) 433-9500 or fill out this contact form.

What is your commitment to environmental consciousness?

Environmental consciousness is important to us. We keep up with all EPA guidelines, and we make the most efficient paving materials available to our clients.

Paving- and Concrete-Related Questions

Why is my asphalt deteriorating?

Sunlight, rain, and extreme temperatures, plus the weight of vehicles, can lead to the deterioration of asphalt.

When can I safely walk and drive on my new asphalt?

You should wait at least 24 hours before walking or driving on new asphalt. Some commercial asphalt projects may require more time, however.

When can I safely walk and drive on my new concrete?

You should wait 28 days, because that is how long it takes for concrete to cure. If you can’t wait 28 days, do wait at least 24 hours before walking on new concrete and at least one week before driving on it.

How long will my new asphalt parking lot last?

Asphalt parking lots can last for 10-20 years if they are properly maintained. Sealcoating must be done within 1-2 years of re-paving and every 3-5 years thereafter.

Can concrete be poured year-round, even in cold weather?

Concrete is best poured when the outdoor temperature is between 50 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Concrete can be poured year-round if the temperature is right. Certain additives can also make concrete suitable for pouring in hotter or colder weather.

Will my new asphalt or concrete match the existing pavement?

Yes. We will use washes and stains to match the wear on your existing concrete.

What is cement-treated aggregate?

Cement-treated aggregate is a delicate mixture of aggregate material and/or granular soils combined with measured amounts of portland cement and water. After compaction and curing, it hardens to form a durable paving material.

Where can I get further information about paving?

For more information about asphalt, contact the National Asphalt Pavement Association. For more information about concrete, contact the American Concrete Institute or the National Ready Mix Concrete Association.

You may have more questions about commercial paving construction. If so, call us at (703) 433-9500 or fill out this contact form.

We look forward to hearing from you!