Facility maintenance is an ongoing challenge for any business owner. As a non-profit, tackling the big projects like resurfacing a parking lot are researched long and hard because we wait until we can't wait any longer to do things. That's why our experience with Most Paving was so favorable. They came out, assessed what needed to be done, gave us a competitive bid and then executed the job in a timely fashion. Their reputation for doing great work preceded them, and when an issue came up on the project, they were quick to resolve it giving us a fantastic finished product. Brenda Linnick - Executive Director of United Way of Wayne & Holmes Counties

Frequently Asked Questions

The main difference is that overlaying is a structural repair that will extend the useful life of your asphalt surface. It involves the patching (if necessary) and resurfacing of the entire surface with a new overlay of 1 ½" to 2" of hot mix asphalt. Sealcoating is not a structural repair. The sealcoat protects and extends the life of your asphalt, but does nothing to correct structural flaws. Sealcoating, accordingly, is substantially less expensive than resurfacing your drive.