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Here at Black Bear Paving & Grading, we know what it takes to have beautiful and smooth asphalt. Whether you are looking for maintenance to keep you asphalt surfaces looking awesome, asphalt repair, or completely new asphalt paving, we have you covered. Reach out to our team at Black Bear Paving & Grading today to get your asphalt paving services started!
Why choose Black Bear Paving & Grading?
We are a Top Rated Local® asphalt and concrete contractor
We are knowledgeable and experienced with all things asphalt
We offer a variety of asphalt paving services to meet your specific needs
We stand behind our work and won’t stop until you are completely satisfied
We treat our clients with honesty and the utmost respect
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Quality Asphalt Paving Services
The key to quality asphalt paving for a road or parking area for all-weather use is to prepare a suitable sub-grade or foundation, provide necessary drainage, and construct a pavement that will:
- Have sufficient total thickness and internal strength to carry expected traffic loads,
- Have adequate compaction to prevent the penetration and internal accumulation of moisture,
- Have a top surface that is smooth; skid-resistant; and resistant to wear, distortion, and deterioration by weather and de-icing chemicals.
The sub-grade ultimately carries all traffic loads, Therefore, the structural function of a pavement is to support a wheel load on the pavement surface and transfer and spread that load to the sub-grade without exceeding either the strength of the sub-grade or the internal strength of the pavement.
The next figure shows wheel load ( W ) being transmitted to the pavement surface through the tire at an approximate uniform vertical pressure, ( Po ), the pavement then spreads the wheel load to the sub-grade so that the maximum pressure on the sub-grade is only ( P1 ). By proper selection of pavement materials and with adequate pavement thickness, ( P1 ) will be small enough to be easily supported by the sub-grade.