Are the cracks and potholes in your asphalt driveway driving you crazy? Tired of repairing the damage done by the spring freeze and thaws? Talk with the driveway paving experts - St. Laurent and
Son - your local paving company.
Arrange for our paving estimator to walk your site, evaluate drainage issues and talk with you about your wants and needs. They’ll confirm if your existing driveway’s base, sub-base and sub-grade
are still intact. If we’re building a new driveway from scratch, ask about our techniques for building a long-lasting asphalt driveway.
Cost to Pave Driveway
You may have looked online to get a feel for what the cost of an asphalt driveway might be. There are several elements we need to consider. Here are the things that
will affect our estimate:
- Condition of your driveway and base
- Distance from asphalt plants
- Driveway layout
- Scope of work
- Access to the site
Once the details are finalized we’ll come back to you with a fair and firm estimate. All our estimates are based on doing quality work because at the end of the
day our reputation is on the line.
Upon approval and depending on the work required St. Laurent and Son will:
- Bring in new aphalt and lay over the existing surface to the agreed upon depth
- Build a superb base by excavating to the agreed upon depth - haul in the correct amount and mix of aggregates - lay down agreed upon depth of asphalt
The beauty of asphalt is it is flexible. It conforms to small variations in the base that might otherwise cause cracks in a concrete or brick driveway. The right depth and correct amount and mix of
aggregates is the key to a long lasting asphalt driveway.
For over 50 years, St. Laurent and Son have served the needs of the greater Lewiston-Auburn area in both commercial and residential excavation and construction. We’re members of the Maine Paving
Asphalt Association and the Maine Aggregate Association.
St Laurent and Son would be honored to be your paving company. Count on our experience to deliver a quality, long-lasting asphalt driveway that you’ll feel