McFarlane Paving specializes in asphalt paving in NJ, working with residential and commercial clients to install long lasting asphalt driveways, parking lots, and pavers. Since 1959 we've honed our skills to provide you with high quality results, adjusting our methods to meet the unique attributes of your property. We also create unique, custom asphalt driveways to suit your design, aesthetic, or needs. When you are looking to install high quality asphalt on your property, call McFarlane Paving.
Asphalt has a number of unique advantages that make it a popular choice among homeowners. For example, asphalt is:
- Economical: Asphalt is the least expensive option by far in terms of cost of material. You’ll pay almost three times as much for your driveway if you choose brick over asphalt. The next least expensive option is concrete, but you’ll still wind up paying about $1,000 more for your driveway.
- Quick: Asphalt paving in NJ can be finished in one to two days. Allow another day for drying and it’s ready to use. Other paving methods can take weeks to complete depending on the size of your driveway. And remember, the more time contractors are working on your property, the more it will cost you.
- Durable: Asphalt is a strong, reliable material that can withstand a great deal of punishment for years on end. After all, it can take on the weight of millions of cars, trucks, and tractor trailers on our nation’s highways.
- Weather-resistant: Asphalt can easily endure the hottest summers and the coldest winters. When dealing with New Jersey winters, you’ll like the fact that asphalt is easy to shovel or plow.
- Easy-to-maintain: Asphalt paving in NJ is easy to maintain. Any cracks or damage can be easily and inexpensively repaired. And if necessary you can always have your driveway re-paved, which is also an inexpensive option.
- Environmentally-friendly: You may not have thought of asphalt as a “green” option, but the truth is, asphalt is a recyclable material that can be used and re-used. In fact, its life-cycle never ends, so it never ends up in landfills.