Driveway Paving By the Experts at A&M Paving

You probably never think that much about your driveway. However, your driveway serves as the gateway to your home is a significant investment. Asphalt lasts a long time, but not forever. If you notice ruts, potholes or large cracks in your driveway, it is probably time for a replacement. The experts at A&M Asphalt Paving bring years of experience to each and every job. Therefore, when you need professional driveway paving in Elkridge MD, or anywhere in Howard County, we’re your top choice. Read on to learn more about the driveway paving process!

Driveway Paving Must Meet Important Guidelines

Specific guidelines must be followed when paving a driveway. The minimum width for a single automobile driveway is eight feet. However, ten feet is more desirable. Many of our customers opt to add two additional feet of asphalt for walking space. If you’re like most families today, you have more than one automobile at home. A driveway with a width of twenty feet allows you to open all the doors of two vehicles at once. Asphalt for a new driveway also needs to be at least two inches thick, with three inches (compacted) being more common. To allow for proper drainage, the surface of your driveway should blend with the existing ground. We aim for unobstructed surface water to run over or away from the driveway to avoid standing water issues.

A&M Asphalt Paving: Services Offered

We offer a variety of services to suit your specific project’s needs. Whether it’s new asphalt construction, driveway rip-out, or asphalt re-surfacing and patching, our professionals are here to get the job done. Seal coating, snow removal and grading services are also available.

Choosing experienced contractors gives you peace of mind in knowing that your project is in good hands and will result in a professional finish. A&M brings over 30 years of professional experience in driveway paving in Elkridge MD and beyond. We’re fully licensed and insured (MHIC #26751), and there is no job too large or too small. Click here for a free estimate.

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