Terrible!!! The removal of the old driveway and installation of the paver border was done competently but the pourinf of the new asphalt was a disaster. It was done on a very cold day, they were slow to roll the asphalt with a heavy roller and the asphalt cooled before it was rolled. It did not compact and seal. It is now very soft and disintegrating. My children are unable to even rollerblade on the driveway. Our cars are sinking up to 1/2" just parking and most of the surface is severely pock-marked. Affatato Paving claims there is nothing wrong with the asphalt installation. Here is the letter I recently delivered to the company. The Contractor name has been redacted. Sirs, On November 3, 2014, pursuant to a contract with (Contractor Name) your company began a project to remove and repave our driveway at the above address. The old driveway was removed, the area was re-graded and filled with a base of RCA. A paver border was then installed. On December 15 the asphalt paving was installed. On December 16 I noticed a very small trickle of water on the driveway. That small trickle continued so I took a picture of it on December 18. By December 24th the single trickle had become over 100 individual trickles and the amount of water seeping through the driveway was quite large. The water was coming more from areas where there was a seam but it was certainly coming from nearly every area on the sloped portion of the driveway. I consulted with(Contractor Name) He was concerned and contacted your office. As the driveway is asphalt and winter had set in we resolved to await a solution in the spring. Your representative, (I believe his name was Jeff) came to examine the driveway in the early spring (Early April). He told me that he thought there was a problem with the asphalt mix. When he left he advised me that he would contact the asphalt company to obtain new asphalt and that he was sure your company would be returning to remove the current asphalt and repave at no further cost to me. He specified that he would call within two weeks to let me know the details of the repaving. One and one half MONTHS later (last week) (Contractor) met with your company President at my house without my presence or knowledge. I am told your company president looked at the driveway and determined that there is nothing wrong with it. Over the winter the water continued to trickle out of the driveway causing ice dams and slowly tearing the asphalt apart. The limestone from the RCA beneath the driveway precipitated onto the driveway as the water evaporated causing white staining on the driveway. Along nearly the entire driveway there are what look to be porous rocks that shattered when water was absorbed and froze over the winter. The voids appear as pock marks with white crumbly rock at the bottom. The surface has begun to disintegrate leaving a loose grit along the whole of the surface. In the spring as the asphalt warmed it became extremely soft on nearly the entire surface. So much so that our cars are sinking up to ½ inch when parked, the asphalt rips up when any turn is made on it and even my son?s roller blades are sinking into the surface not only when he stops but also when he skates anywhere. This makes it somewhat dangerous for any activity. The surface has become unstable, unusable and is obviously disintegrating. The cause can be attributed to the cold weather on the day of and several days prior to when the paving was done. A look at the weather data shows that the evening before paving the temperature got to as low as 28 degrees. When the paving started at 9AM the temperature in the area was 33 degrees F according to the government data. The paving finished shortly after noon. The temperature at noon was 43 degrees F. All the literature I have read since regarding paving tells me that paving in temperatures between 40 and 49 degrees should be done with extreme caution ensuring that the asphalt is heavy rolled within 15 minutes (Government data). The literature also state that paving should not be attempted in temperatures below 40 degrees F. Your company paved in temperatures that were unsuitable for paving by any objective standard. Your company also did not roll the pavement in a timely manner (I saw parts sit for up to 30 minutes before the heavy roller was used). Additionally, a second truck with asphalt sat at the curb for nearly two hours before being used. This caused poor compaction and many cold seams. I expected a professionally done job and your company has not lived up to those expectations. I believe you should be given the opportunity to ?make it right? and I am requesting that you contact me directly by June 19th to schedule removal and repaving of my driveway. I will withhold action with the Department of Labor, Licensing & Consumer Affairs for 10 days during which time I hope you will reconsider your decision. In the mean time I have and will continue to write reviews on every website possible detailing my experience with your company. I will be happy to remove them all upon timely completion of the repaving. Please understand that while we are not litigious people, we will not stand by idly and be victims. We will pursue legal action if this matter is not resolved in a timely and satisfactory manner. I have sent a copy of this to (Contractor). I have attached multiple pictures to aide in your review. I look forward to a complete and timely resolution to this matter.