PROFESSIONAL COMMERCIAL PAVING ADDS TO YOUR OFFICE’S CURB APPEAL
Every business owner knows the importance of their office’s interior in leaving an impression on customers.
Many, however, overlook the exterior of their business. We believe that professional commercial paving adds to your office’s curb appeal. Not only that—a professionally paved driveway or parking lot sends the right message to potential clients.
If you need to install a new driveway or expand the parking lot by your office, VIP Paving is your go-to paving company. We offer a wide range of paving services to suit your every need.
OUR COMMERCIAL PAVING OPTIONS
We offer a wide range of paving materials for commercial and industrial use. Also, we want you to have the opportunity to choose the type of paving to install depending on your business, your budget, and your schedule.
COMMERCIAL ASPHALT PAVINGAsphalt is perhaps the most practical type of pavement material. Asphalt paving can take pressure, heat, and is very sturdy and long-lasting. Therefore, we recommend asphalt paving for heavy-duty businesses and industrial facilities. We specialize in paving and hot patching for asphalt parking lots, driveways, streets and highways.
COMMERCIAL INTERLOCKINGInterlock is usually installed for its aesthetic purposes. If you want your business to make a statement, consider interlock paving. However, due to the complexity of interlock installation, finishing a project requires time, effort, and a lot of manual labor. Interlocking also needs regular maintenance because it’s susceptible to breaking, cracking, and weed spurting from in between the interlock tiles.
COMMERCIAL CONCRETE PAVEMENTConcrete is one of the most commonly popular materials for office fronts. Concrete paving is neat, durable, and very affordable. It also gives a systematic, organized look to an area yet isn’t too hard to install. Concrete is also used in many different designs and comes in various colours, patterns, and textures.
The average cost of installing asphalt paving usually depends on the size of the driveway. We estimate it by square footage, and the estimated cost is between $3.50 and $4.50 per sq. ft.
A paver base is usually made of roughly crushed stones. Ideally, the base should be 4 to 6 inches thick so that it provides a solid, sturdy foundation for the pavers on top.
Stamped concrete is concrete that has patterns or textures made to resemble brick, stone, wood, and other materials. As well, people choose stamped concrete for aesthetic purposes in patios, sidewalks, driveways, and pool decks.