Paving Installation Beaumont, TX

Are you looking for a quality paving installation company? Beaumont Paving is a brand name when it comes to fine paving services in Jefferson County and East Texas.

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Professional Asphalt Paving Installers In Beaumont, Texas And Surrounding Areas

Beaumont Paving is a top choice comes to quality workmanship, attentive customer service and honest prices and rates.

Beaumont’s homeowners and businesses are always looking for a trustworthy company for pavement installation. Our local business is licensed, insured and has skilled people working for us.

We do all the work related to pavement, from filling potholes to sealcoating and reconstructing broken and damaged pavement.

We are a family owned company with great track record and repeat customers who come to us for their pavement needs. If you need reference before hiring us, we will be more than happy to get you in touch with our previous customers.

We do jobs of all sizes, from installing pavement for large commercial operations to residences. We give each project equal importance. We have all necessary tools and equipment to perform quality service quickly and efficiently.

If you need a pavement installed immediately for a driveway or parking lot, we can help you with our long-lasting quality asphalt services. Talk to one of our specialists today to discuss your needs, and to get a free estimate!

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What Is The Process Of Installing Pavement?

Removal Of Existing Pavement

If you are reinstalling, the pavement removal is the first step in the process. The pavement is removed and the debris is hauled away. In case of old asphalt pavement, we can recycle it to make the new pavement. This is a cheaper and more environmentally friendly option.

Preparing The Surface For Water Drainage

If your pavement is absolutely flat and does not have a slight slope to it, the water will not drain away. It will instead get logged and flood your parking lot. No one wants that. Water is a major cause of damage, including potholes and cracks. Our team of experts know how to make the proper bottom surface so that water drains out away from the pavement, leaving the surface dry. Making drainage pipes under the asphalt surface is another option we can assist with.

Preparation Of The Sub Base

The sub base is the part where the asphalt is built on. The sub-base provides a stable surface supporting new pavement. It also reduces contraction and expansion damage due to temperature change. It keeps the moisture of the soil from damaging the asphalt.

Compacting The Sub Base

To make the sub base support the new asphalt, it has to be properly compacted. A sub base that is uneven can damage the asphalt surface quickly. We have a variety of tools to perform the service. For small scale, we use manually compacting tools, and for commercial large scale projects we use rollers to do the job quickly. Once the compacting is done, we ensure that the slope is made properly and there are no issues with the foundation of the asphalt. In case we find irregularities, we can perform necessary actions such as undercutting the face to make it work.

Pouring The Binder

The next course of action after the compacting has been done is to pour the binder. The binder is a sticky black substance that sticks the gravel together and binds it on the ground.

Pouring The Asphalt Surface

Once the binding agent is poured on the surface the next step is mixing the gravel and the binding agent and making asphalt mix. The mix is then poured on the surface evenly. To make the surface clean, it is compacted with rollers and smoothed. Once the supporting structures of a new asphalt surface have been built, the top layer of fresh asphalt is applied to ensure a smooth, clean ride. The asphalt overlay is generally made of aggregates, sand and oil. The end material gives a jet-black finish to the paved surface.

Connecting The Joints

This part is performed when you need to connect the old pavement to the new one. The two surfaces are connected by asphalt overlay and a smooth transitioning. These are given special attention since these are the places the cracks form and destroy the pavement. That’s why our professionals make sure to join the surfaces properly. Also a smooth transition is much better to look at.

What Is The Process Of Installing a Pavement?

Removal Of Existing Pavement

If you are reinstalling the pavement removal becomes the first step in the process. In this process, the layer of pavement is removed and the debri is taken care of by us. In case of old asphalt pavement, we can recycle it to make the new pavement. This is a cheaper and more environmentally friendly option.

Preparing The Surface For Water Drainage

If your pavement is absolutely flat and does not have a slight slope to it, the water will not drain out. The water will instead get logged and flood your parking lot or pavement. No one wants that. Water is a major cause of damage, including potholes, cracks on the asphalt pavement. Our team of experts know how to make the proper bottom surface so that water drainage out away from the pavement leaving the surface dry. Making drainage pipes under the asphalt surface is another part of the whole another process.

Preparation Of The Sub Base

The sub base is the part where the whole asphalt is built on. The sub-base provides a stable surface supporting new paving. The sub base also reduces contraction and expansion damage due to temperature change. It keeps the moisture of the soil from damaging the asphalt.

Compacting The Sub Base

To make the sub base support the new asphalt, it has to be properly compacted. A sub base that is uneven can damage the asphalt surface quickly. We have a variety of tools to perform the service. For small scale we use manually compacting tools, for commercial large scale projects we use roller to do the job quickly. Once the compating is done, we assess that the slope is made properly and there are no issues with the foundation of the asphalt. In case we find irregularities, we can perform necessary actions such as undercutting the face to make it work.

Pouring The Binder

The next course of action after the compacting has been done is to pour the binder. The binder is a sticky black substance that sticks the gravel together and binds it on the ground.

Pouring The Asphalt Surface

Once the binding agent is poured on the surface the next step is mixing the gravel and the binding agent and making asphalt mix. The asphalt mix is then poured on the surface evenly.To make the surface clean, it is compacted with rollers and smoothened. Once the supporting structures of a new asphalt surface have been built, the top layer of fresh asphalt is applied to ensure a smooth, clean ride. The asphalt overlay is generally made of aggregates, sand and oil. The end material gives a jet-black finish to the paved surface.

Connecting The Joints

This part is performed when you need to connect the old pavement to the new one. The two surfaces are connected by asphalt overlay and a smooth transitioning. These are given special attention since, these are the places the cracks form and destroy the whole asphalt. That’s why our professionals make sure to join the surfaces properly. Also a smooth transition is much better to look at.

Once the whole process is finished we smooth the surface with a seal coating to make it shiny and ready to us. You will see a flat bump free surface once we are done. Your driveway or parking lot will be the talk of the town. It will be great to look at and to drive on.

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One of our professionals will inspect your property and give you a free estimate so you can make an educated choice. Our representatives are available seven days a week to assist you.

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Beaumont, TX, USA

Email

info@beaumontpaving.com

Phone

(409) 203-8461

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