Welcome to Paveway Asphalt & Sealcoating
Paveway Asphalt & Sealcoating is a full-service South Jersey asphalt paving company that provides residential and commercial driveway and parking lot asphalt paving, asphalt repair, sealcoating and more.
We have over two decades of asphalt paving experience, we are a fourth-generation South Jersey asphalt paving company, and we complete all jobs in a timely manner, making sure your asphalt paving work is done properly the first time. Whether it's a small residential pothole, or large commercial installation, we treat each of our South Jersey asphalt paving jobs with the same quality of workmanship. We strive to build lasting relationships with our customers, and guarantee all of our work so you can feel confident that the South Jersey asphalt paving experts at Paveway Asphalt & Sealcoating can fulfill your needs.
We provide asphalt paving services to South Jersey homeowners and businesses. Some of the projects we provide include, but are not limited to: commercial jobs big and small, shopping malls, parks, schools, manufacturing facilities, sports courts, farm roads, county highways, apartment complexes, golf cart paths, bike paths, and so much more.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you provide residential asphalt paving services?
Yes, we provide asphalt paving services for South Jersey residential, commercial, and even municipal jobs of all sizes, at competitive prices.
How soon can I drive on my new asphalt driveway or parking lot?
This depends on a range of factors, and can vary from a couple of hours to a couple of days, but on average it's best to wait until at least 24 hours to drive on a newly installed asphalt driveway or parking lot.
How long does asphalt paving last?
If installed correctly, an asphalt parking lot can last for 10-20 years, and an asphalt driveway 20-40 years. This of course depends on conditions, usage and maintenance.
Which is better for paving, asphalt or concrete?
Asphalt is more cost-effective to install, repair and maintain than concrete. Asphalt holds up better to varying weather conditions than concrete. And unlike concrete, in most cases asphalt can be easily resurfaced rather than removed. Just these qualities alone, among many others, makes asphalt the best choice for paving.