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Using the latest machinery and technology, we do everything from simple berms or patchs to new construction's driveways. Our paving services involves the precise attention to detail for all phases from start to finish to always ensure our customers will be satisfied with the results.

Compared to other solid surface driveways, asphalt paving tends to be less expensive, low maintenance, durable and can be easily plowed for snow removal. An asphalt driveway that has been maintained may last up to 25 years. Call us for a free estimate and we can help you enhance the entrance of your home.

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Asphalt Driveways


Many people simply fall in love with the classic Cape Cod look of crushed seashell or stones driveways and walkways. Our driveways will provide exactly that look to the entrance of your home. And these materials will create a incrediable dramatic visual effect, contrasting with a lush green lawn. 


While there is some truth to the idea that seashells will smell unpleasant odors, it is a short-lived nuisance.  The organic matter remaining in the shells will decompose very quickly and the unpleasant odor will pass up.


Driveways are installed with a compacted sub-base material and topped with your choice of native stone (neutral beige shades), blue stone (shades of blue and gray) or crushed seashells.


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Shell & Stones Driveways


A great way to protect your paved areas is with weather-resistant seal coating. Because asphalt is naturally porous, water can seep into and through paving. This not only causes deterioration, but results in ridges and upheaval due to frost and freezing. Asphalt is also softened and broken up by gasoline, lube oil, grease, road salts and anti-freeze, which drips from cars. Sealer protects new asphalt with a coating that is impervious to these harmful elements. 

The best time to seal is 6-12 months after it has been paved, and every 3-5 years thereafter. We recommend your driveway go through an entire summer season before sealing, after it's been paved. 

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