Paving farms and other agricultural installations have special requirements for a paving job that not only has to stand up to heavy duty use, but has to stand up to it for twenty years. Heavy equipment takes a toll on pavement, and farms see a lot of heavy equipment in a day. Bunker silos, yards, parking areas…we pave them all. Our paving meets or exceeds municipal standards for compaction, thickness and materials.
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!