Blalock Paving, Inc. is a paving contractor and driveway installation company in Wake County, NC providing concrete paving, commercial and residential asphalt paving, and asphalt sealing and striping. Contact us today to learn more about our paving services from professional Raleigh driveway contractors.
WHY CHOOSE BLALOCK PAVING?
At Blalock Paving, we understand that pricing is a significant aspect when considering a paving company. That’s why we’re committed to providing cost-effective paving solutions without compromising on quality. We work with you to understand your needs and budget, ensuring that our services don’t break the bank.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does paving take to do?
The duration of a paving project depends on various factors like the size of the area, weather conditions, and the complexity of the project. However, our experienced team strives to complete each project efficiently and promptly without compromising on quality.
How thick should paving be?
Paving thickness can vary based on the specific use of the pavement. Generally, residential driveways are around 2-3 inches thick, while commercial pavements might be thicker. Our experts will assess your specific needs and provide recommendations accordingly.
What is used for paving?
The choice of material for paving depends on the project requirements and budget. The most commonly used materials include asphalt, concrete, brick, and stone. At Blalock Paving, we offer a variety of paving options to meet diverse needs and preferences, and recommend asphalt as the most versatile and popular paving material.
How deep should paving preparation be?
The preparation depth for paving usually depends on the type of soil, the expected load on the pavement, and the type of material used. It can range from 4 to 12 inches. Our team will evaluate the conditions on-site to determine the optimal preparation depth.
How long before you can walk on new paving?
Generally, it’s recommended to wait at least 24 hours before walking on new asphalt paving. For driveways and other larger surfaces, it’s best to wait 72 hours for cars. However, these are estimates, and our team will provide specific guidelines based on your project.
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