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Summer IS Coming, Have a Project in Mind?

Thinking about dealing with your driveway this year? Do you have an idea what you’d like to see? Is it more curb appeal – with the clean lines and beautiful blacktop? Or are you looking to sell your house and having that new driveway can bring up the value of your home? Is your driveway old and falling apart, and it is just time to have it redone? We can help you with all of that!



The first thing to look at is exactly what is going on with your current driveway. Is it gravel? Dirt? Old asphalt? Newer asphalt but it’s looking worn? We have the solution for you. Sometimes it isn’t a complete redo that is needed, and there are different methods we can use to achieve what you need – based on the current state of your driveway.



The next thing to do is contact us, we’ll have a few questions for you, so we can get an idea of what you have, and what you want. Then we are going to come out and see you. Put our eyes on your project. At this time, we’ll take some measurements so that we can start to prepare a quote for you. We’ll talk with you some more and really get the feel of what you want things to be when we are complete, and of course answer any questions you may have.


Because laying new asphalt requires us to be experts in gravel basing as well, we can help you upgrade your dirt driveway to a good solid gravel one, or even redo your existing old gravel one to make it new again. This can be a cost savings to you if taking your project all the way to asphalt is just out of your reach. Many people have also contacted us to create gravel parking pads for their RVs, ATVs, boats, or other toys they need to park.



We’ll take all your information and put a quote together for you. We can give you different quote amounts based on any options we talked about, and you can decide what you’d like to do. Once we get approval from you, it is just a matter of scheduling your project into our season. You can understand that it is first-come-first-served in scheduling, so thinking about this in February CAN be a very good idea to get your project started and scheduled!

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