Q: Do you give free estimates?
A: Yes. All of our estimates are free of charge.

Q: Are you licensed and insured?
A: Yes. We are fully licensed and insured. We carry workers compensation as well as liability insurance.
Insurance and license numbers are available upon request.

Q: Do you subcontract any work?
A: No. ALL of our work is done "in house". We do not subcontract any of our work.

Q: How long will the process of installing a new driveway take?
A: Typically, from start to finish can take anywhere from 6-10 weeks. It does depend on the weather and what you are getting done. If there are any circumstances that we should be aware of, please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.

Q: Do you cart away the debris?
A: Yes, we cart away all debris taken up from the old driveway.

Q: What if I am unsure of how I want my driveway or landscape masonry to look?
A:  Don't worry! Our talented sales staff will be happy to help you in the design of your new driveway and masonry.

Q: What type of masonry do you do?
A:  Not only do we do asphalt, we do many different masonry accents as well. We install Paving Stones & Belgium Block walkways, driveways, pool areas & aprons.  

Q: Do you do landscape masonry also?
A: YES!  We do different types of landscape masonry, also known as hardscape. Please call the office and we can refer you to
jobs that we have done in your area.

Q:Is there a guarantee?
A: Yes. We have a 1 year guarantee on uneven settling and cracking of asphalt work.

Q:When can I drive on my newly paved driveway?
A: We recommend waiting between 7-10 days before driving on your new driveway.

Q:When should I sealcoat my new driveway?
A: We suggest waiting at least one year before sealcoating your new driveway.

Q: Do you do other aspects of driveway installation?
A: YES! We do drywell installation & many different types of drainage to accomodate your individual needs..

** If there are any other questions you have, please give our office a call at 928-3100. We are always happy to answer any question you may have!

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