Industrial paving, like farm and agricultural paving, means special considerations for thickness, compaction and the amount of material used. Heavy trucks trundling around yards and in and out of warehouses mean greatly increased thickness and slope/drainage considerations that come with experience and expertise. As always, we encourage clients to allow quality testing after the job is complete. In fact, you should demand it.
Use our Buyer’s Guide to help you select and hire a paving company. We didn’t write it—a customer did! You’ll learn how to protect yourself by asking the hard questions that some outfits would rather not answer.
When paving material is laid down, it has to be compacted (steamrolled). That's why, when you are told you are getting 2 1/2 inches, you need to know if that’s before or after it gets squashed down to 1 inch. Ask!