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Specialists In Asphalt Maintenance

As an asphalt maintenance company, we pride ourselves on our experience and professional workmanship. Specifically, our company specializes in the upkeep of asphalt driveways, sidewalks, golf cart paths, and parking lots on both commercial and residential properties. We are licensed in Collier and Lee Counties: Naples, Ft Myers, Estero and Bonita Springs. Other services include, asphalt seal coating, driveway seal coating, asphalt repairs, driveway paving/resurfacing, signage, asphalt driveway installation, speed bump and speed hump installation and removal, car stop installation and removal, brick pavers pressure cleaning and sealing, and thermoplastic markings and striping.

Cost Effective

When asphalt pavement is reclaimed, the stone and asphalt cement in it are just as valuable as all-new materials.

Studies have shown that on average, asphalt pavements are more economical than their concrete counterparts, which gives the best return on investment. Also since asphalt is recyclable, American taxpayers can save more than $2 billion per year.

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Smoothness

Asphalt provides a smooth ribbon of pavement without joints.
No ka-thunk, ka-thunk, ka-thunk.

In the world today, noise has become one of the most pervasive forms of environmental pollution. Noise is everywhere. Resurfacing an asphalt pavement creates a road that’s smooth, durable, safe, and quiet – and just as good as new.

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Ecological

Porous asphalt is an environmentally friendly tool for stormwater management.

Porous asphalt pavements allow for land development plans that are more thoughtful, harmonious with natural processes, and sustainable. They conserve water, reduce runoff,  cleanses stormwater, replenish aquifers, and protect streams.

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Natural History

Asphalt occurs naturally in both asphalt lakes and in rock asphalt (a mixture of sand, limestone, and asphalt).

The first recorded use of asphalt as a road building material was in Babylon around 625 B.C. Also during ancient Egyptian times, asphalt from the Dead Sea was an important item of trade with the most widespread use in the mummification process.

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