Parking Lot Paving
Asphalt is the most popular material used for paving parking lots due to its durability, low cost, and easy installation. Asphalt is also highly resistant to wear and tear, making it a great choice for parking lots that experience a lot of traffic.
Asphalt can also be resurfaced or patched when needed, helping to extend the life of the pavement. It is a great choice for parking lots because it is relatively low-maintenance compared to other paving materials.
Finally, asphalt is available in a variety of colors to create an attractive, customized look for your parking lot.
At American Paving NC, we have completed hundreds of parking lot paving projects over the past 60+ years by following a step-by-step approach:
Prepare the Site
Remove any existing pavement, trees, shrubs, and other obstacles from the site.
Grade and Compact the Site
Grade and compact the area to create a level surface, and then place a base layer of crushed stone.
Install edging along the perimeter of the parking lot to keep the asphalt in place.
Lay the Asphalt
Use a steamroller to lay the asphalt.
Compact the Asphalt
Compact the asphalt with a roller to create a smooth surface.
Add any necessary lines, arrows, and other markings to the asphalt.
Sealcoat the Asphalt
Apply a sealcoat to protect the asphalt and extend its life.
Elevate Business Appeal:
The Power of Professional Parking Lot Paving
First impressions matter. Invest in American Paving’s parking lot paving services in Charlotte, NC, to enhance your business’s image. A well-maintained and visually appealing lot not only attracts customers but also ensures safety and functionality. Our expertise guarantees durable and polished surfaces, reflecting your commitment to excellence. Elevate your business with a meticulously paved parking lot that sets the tone for success and leaves a lasting impact.
We have proudly served clients in the area for over 60 years, always providing parking lot paving services that are durable, safe and aesthetically pleasing surfaces throughout the Charlotte area.