EBY Paving & Construction is equipped to handle a variety of asphalt paving projects. We approach every project, no matter how large or small, with the same level of professionalism and consistency.
You’ll interact with the same person throughout your project and they’ll work to thoroughly understand your needs before your project starts. We excel in drainage management and creating paved areas that are functional and cost-effective.
The first step of the process is surface preparation. EBY’s surface preparation crew typically consists of 2-3 people who are on-site for a few hours to a few days, depending on the job and on weather conditions. The crew works to create an even surface for paving and a grade that will let the water flow away from buildings.
The EBY paving crew typically arrives 2-3 business days after surface preparation is complete. The paving crew typically consists of 4-6 people who are on-site for a few hours to a few days. There is typically also anywhere from 1-5 dump truck drivers delivering the asphalt.
The crew creates a uniform, consistent, and smooth surface without any creases or ridges that promotes the flow of water away from buildings. For overlays, they patch the existing pavement or apply a leveling course to improve uniformity before applying the final layer of pavement.
EBY Paving & Construction can handle every aspect of paving, including:
Most likely, yes. Contact your local municipality to see if any permits are needed. You are required to make sure all permits are in place before work begins. We can’t start your project without them. If you can’t obtain a permit because of unavoidable scheduling conflicts, we can obtain it for you, for a fee.
How long should I stay off my new asphalt pavement?
It is best to keep vehicles off of your new pavement for 48 hours after completion.
Do I need to seal coat my pavement?
Seal coating is not required, but it does add value. It enhances the beauty of pavement, increases its life, and reduces maintenance costs. Seal coating slows cracking caused by oxidation of the asphalt cement binder in pavement, which in turn prevents water damage. Additionally, it resists the harmful effects of petroleum or other chemical spills.
My new asphalt pavement has scuff marks. What causes this?
Improper turning of your vehicle causes tire scuffs. This problem is caused by sudden or concentrated tire rotation when a vehicle is in a stationary or slow-moving mode. Stationary 90° to 180° turns and sharp turning maneuvers can cause substantial scuffing.
EBY Paving & Construction provides site preparation and asphalt paving services in all of Centre County, northern Blair County, eastern Clearfield County, southern Clinton County, northern Huntingdon County, and western Mifflin County.
EBY Paving & Construction
1001 E. College Avenue
Bellefonte, PA 16823
814.359.3464 Fax email@example.com