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is investigating this company. Completely unethical company. Phone number is out of order. Screening their calls. They are liars. The contract was completely fraudulent.

-Caroline W.

"I called and I spoke to a lady who was nice over the phone. She quoted me 350.00 over the phone. I wanted to meet with a rep and have them give me a few options" to fill the cracks and seal the drive. I waited a week and called them and advised that I never got a written estimate. I had previously provided them my address. The lady apologised and said she would have someone call me to arrange the estimate. I waited another week and never a follow up call or estimate. Wasted my time twice trying to get their services. I guess business is so good they don't need my money. That is good because they wont. They are not responsible and lost a possible job at my place. I would suggest that you look elsewhere.

-Stephen S.

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Angie's Answers


If the state requires a contractor's license, then he needs to have a license in each state he intends to work in - plus state/local business licenses as applicable.


This does not mean there are not a lot of contractors who cross state lines without proper licensing - the penalties in may cases are not real severe and are just a fine, not criminal, so many take the chance.


As you say - argh  - many contractors are not really businessmen and have zero legal education, so many people get burned.


To overlay,with proper adhesion so it does not peel off, you first need to prepare the surface - typically heavy watercutting or sandblasting for concrete over concrete, or high-pressure presure washing and an asphalt (NOT water based cutback) adhesion coat before asphalt overlay.


Because of the prep cost, a concrete overlay commonly costs more than just tearingit out and replacing it, and if you are replacing it due to cracking and breaking up those cracks will almost always propogate or "reflect" through the new layer too with concrete. Ditto with asphalt overlay, though using a crack-stopper fabric can reduce (but usually not eliminate) that.


If just repairing ice melt/freeze thaw deterioration, a cementatious epoxy overlay can be used, though its life is less (normally) than new concrete. Usually used for limited areas like garage area pad, not entire driveways.


Asphalt overlays over somewhat deteriorated concrete can work well,but if not prepared and high-pressure (about 5000 psi or higher) cleaned to remove ALL deteriorated material, they can peel off because they stuck to deteriorated loose material rather than sound concrete. Again, can cost as much for a 1-1/2 to 2 inch overlay as for a 3-4 inch full replacement by the time you are done, because the prep work is labor intensive.


Even if this is just a surficial deterioration issue, I would talk to several contractors (site visit) about alternatives and let them bid both an overlay and a replacement (or whichever options they are inclined to bid on), then after getting opinions from all three and bids for all options, make your decision. I am pretty confident that total replacement will be both the most recommended and the cheapest, at probably about $2-4/SF for asphalt or 4-6/SF for concrete - commonly nearer the lower than higher range for most jobs and locales. If the overlay and replacement cost is pretty close,I would go with the replacement because overlays over concrete are always somewhat iffy as to how long they will last, especially concrete overlays.


For cost comparison, except in extreme freeze-thaw country, you can figure a concrete drive will last about twice as long as an asphalt one.


Asphalt Driveway reviews in Salt Lake City



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did a magnificent job on our new driveway. The workers arrived both days on time, and were friendly and extremely hardworking. They even brought in our trash container for us. What a surprise! They really go the extra mile. The owner,
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did everything we asked of him and more. The price of 120' long driveway that widens to a two car garage and was expanded 2' wide was very reasonable.
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gave us a discount because my husband is a veteran. We are extremely happy with our new driveway. Thank You
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- Al S.

Very organized. Called to let us know when arriving. On time, cleaned driveway before application. Returned after service to check driveway and remove signage, stakes and no admit roping. Speedy work.
- Kevin M.

I am so please with JD Hunt Paving. The day I called to schedule an appointment for an estimate on the job, they came within the hour! They gave me two options and a great price on the work to be done. We shook hands, I sent in the paperwork that night, and the work was done 9 days later. Everything looks fantastic. They did a great job and cleaned up well afterwards. They even went the extra mile and repaired the asphalt around a nearby drain. WOW! I will be calling them in the future to keep all my asphalt areas sealed and maintained. I highly recommend them!
- Casey S.

Everything went Ok. Even though I still don't use the driveway because of their recommendations due to the low temperatures during the last few days that prevent proper coat cure, I think that the job was well done and it will last a long time.
- Jose O.

Initially it went well, but later dips developed in the driveway that we called Mr.
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about (covered by the work guarantee) and were assured by him they would come by to see it and fix it. More than 6 months later, no word or movement on that promise yet ! Also, we got an extra coating done on the driveway they recommended as it would last longer. So imagine our surprise when before that period elapsed, an employee from
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came up to our door and offered us the same service for a fee. I got the paperwork that listed the coating and mentioned it, but the employee said that by looking at our driveway it did not appear that was the coating which was put on. Very disconcerting,,,would appreciate the follow up customer service to be the same as the initial attention when company is trying to get your business.
- Karen W.

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on Angies List online. Contacted company for a quote for driveway repair and sealing. The company responded by email that they were too busy to perform the work.
- Patricia K.

We used
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last year for our driveway. The price was great and everything went fine until the day of service. The day of service, an employee showed up, completed half the driveway, and then left and never returned. When we called the company, they didn't really seem to know the employee or how to get in touch with him to find out why he left without completing the project. After this, it was difficult to get in touch with anyone at
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so we could have the project completed. They finally sent someone almost 2 weeks later. At this point, we still weren't upset because we understand that things happen. However, we never received a bill because the employee that disappeared should have put in the mailbox. A few weeks later, they called us and we mailed them a check. Several months later, they started calling and texting saying they never received a check. I don't know why they waited so long to tell us that they never received it, but they seem to be much easier to reach then they were when our project was not completed. I will mail them a new check, but I cannot recommend them. If
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cared about their customers, they would have sent someone much quicker to complete the job when their employee left it incomplete.
- Laura L.

It took a while for them to get to us because the weather was bad. Initially they went to my neighbors! but it all worked out in the end. They did a very good job and the price was outstanding.
- Leslie G.

All Asphalt Driveway Contractors in Salt Lake City, UT

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A-Core Concrete Cutting

5360 S Riley Lane
Salt Lake City


PO BOX 278
West Jordan

Basements & Beyond

4088 w 9470 s
South Jordan

Bonneville Asphalt & Repair

526 South 490 West


Salt Lake City


3985 South 700 West
Salt Lake City

Costello Company Inc

702 S Redwood Rd
Salt Lake City

Eckles Paving


K&J Cleaning and Landscaping Service

101 Starcrest Drive

Ken Yocum Construction

6355 South Rodeo Lane
Salt Lake City

Luttco Masonry

2893 W Marcus Rd


Salt Lake City

Outdoor Learning Maps

949 Fairview Ave

Painters Edge

511 Jake Garn Blvd
Salt Lake City

Rose Concrete Additive Co

PO Box 1085
Pleasant Grove

Strong Rock Pavers

125 E. 300 S. Sutie 203

Thomas Benstog Construction

P.O. Box 296

Total Landscape Management

8385 S Allen St.
Salt Lake City

Venzor Paving

1451 Gleanrose Dr
Salt Lake City


12637 S 265 W Suite 100

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