West Lafayette Asphalt Paving Companies

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Business Description: Family-owned and operated, Quality Paving in Greenfield, Ohio, has worked hard to provide homeowners and businesses throughout the Tri-County area with the finest in asphalt paving services. We understand what an asset professional paving is to your property or new construction project. Expect the very best in service and results at a great price when you call Quality Paving.
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Recent Review: Very professional. Went above and beyond. Highly recommend.
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Recent Review: Under no circumstances let this company anywhere near your property. This company will rip you off. They may say they have black top left over from another job or some other scam story, and quote a low price for paving your driveway. They will do a very substandard asphalt paving job and will not stand behind their two year guarantee which is worthless. Their asphalt breaks up after only 1 year. We have contacted Howard Cooper who is a principle member of this company several times over a period of several months and this company will not stand by their work. He will no longer accept our calls. We have filed complaints with Better Business Bureau.
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Recent Review: McKee paving just completed the installation of our new drive. What a wonderful company! Steve met us and gave us an estimate on that visit for 700 sq. yds. installed. It was in the ballpark of other bids I received. I can't say enough about the installation crew. They were very professional and skilled at their trade. They kept up a dialogue with me during the job, offering suggestions and getting feedback. It is a winding drive with with slopes, and I was concerned about drainage since it connects with both our house and our barn. I am amazed how well they managed the water runoff! All in all, this is a company that gave me a high quality product at a competitive price, and I would recommend them highly.
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Recent Review: The project went very well.  I sealed asphalt driveways while employed by a five-employee company in the summers when I was on break from college.  So, this review will be very critical because I expected nothing short of a perfect job.  The Loop crew showed up on the Firday morning they were schedule to do the job.  They told me immediately that they wouldn't be able to seal my driveway that day due to the approaching rain storms.  But they would prep the driveway today and finish it on Monday, i.e. the next work day.  A team of two men began the prep work by using a weed eater to edge the driveway.  They used a big blower on wheels powered by a lawnmower-size engine to remove all of the debris from the surface.  I could see an open flame under the pot of tar on their trailer.  They used hot tar to seal the cracks, which was one of the main reasons I selected them as my provider.  They sealed all of the big cracks with hot tar and were meticulous, going over them several times when necessary.  Then, they packed up and left.  Their prep work wasn't perfect; very good, but not perfect.  Over the weekend, I used a big lawn edger on wheels with a blade, not a string, to cut a "V" in the turf along the edge of my driveway and parking lot.  I used a triangular-bladed hoe to remove the grass and soil from the "V".  I wanted to expose the edge of my asphalt driveway to be sealed along with the surface.  I used my leaf blower to clear the debris.  I purchased some crack filler from Lowe's and applied it to some of the cracks, which I thought might be too wide to be filled properly by the sealer, or were not filled completely enough by the tar to make them flush with the surface.  A two-man crew returned as scheduled on Monday morning.  They used their big blower again to clear the surface and backed a big truck up my driveway.  The truck obviously had a big tank of sealer on it, also a gasoline powered pump to pump the sealer through a long hose, which ended in a six foot long pipe with a nozzle at the end.  The nozzle could be adjusted to output an open flow of sealer, or a spray.  They pumped a flow of sealer along the entrance to my garage and other areas requiring a high degree of detail, where overspray couldn't be tolerated.  They then used a brush to spread out the sealer in those areas.  After the edges were cut-in, they adjusted the nozzle and sprayed the sealer on the rest of my asphalt.  The Loop crew did a beautiful job.  They put caution tape across my driveway at the street and put their advertising sign in my yard.  I received an invoice in the mail (net 15) for the agreed upon price a few days later.  I sent my payment the same day and was happy to do so.  Spraying the sealer doesn't cover small cracks as well as when the sealer is spread with a brush.  So after a few days, used a little more of my store bought crack filler to seal the little cracks that the spray didn't fill.  End result: Perfect Job!  I highly recommend Loop Asphalt Services; you won't be disappointed.

Reviews in West Lafayette for Asphalt Paving

FPlatinum Paving
Under no circumstances let this company anywhere near your property. This company will rip you off. They may say they have black top left over from another job or some other scam story, and quote a low price for paving your driveway. They will do a very substandard asphalt paving job and will not stand behind their two year guarantee which is worthless. Their asphalt breaks up after only 1 year. We have contacted Howard Cooper who is a principle member of this company several times over a period of several months and this company will not stand by their work. He will no longer accept our calls. We have filed complaints with Better Business Bureau.
- James M....
AMcKee Paving
I requested and was given an estimate for both a concrete and asphalt driveway. I actually received several estimates, but Mckee Paving was the only company that performed the estimate while I was there. They took the time to make the driveway as appealing as possible and to complement the curves in our brick walkway. When they came out to install the driveway, my wife and I changed our minds several times during the time that they were excavating the driveway. They were very polite and honored every request that we had. They had to remove two trees close to the driveway, and my wife commented that you would have never known that the trees were ever there. The driveway meets the brick walk and brick steps in many places. The asphalt comes right up to the bricks and looks amazing. They said that they even perform the routine maintenance such as sealing, and repairs if needed. So, I will definitely call them back when I need to have the driveway sealed.
- Deak A....
ALoop Asphalt Service LLC
The project went very well.  I sealed asphalt driveways while employed by a five-employee company in the summers when I was on break from college.  So, this review will be very critical because I expected nothing short of a perfect job.  The Loop crew showed up on the Firday morning they were schedule to do the job.  They told me immediately that they wouldn't be able to seal my driveway that day due to the approaching rain storms.  But they would prep the driveway today and finish it on Monday, i.e. the next work day.  A team of two men began the prep work by using a weed eater to edge the driveway.  They used a big blower on wheels powered by a lawnmower-size engine to remove all of the debris from the surface.  I could see an open flame under the pot of tar on their trailer.  They used hot tar to seal the cracks, which was one of the main reasons I selected them as my provider.  They sealed all of the big cracks with hot tar and were meticulous, going over them several times when necessary.  Then, they packed up and left.  Their prep work wasn't perfect; very good, but not perfect.  Over the weekend, I used a big lawn edger on wheels with a blade, not a string, to cut a "V" in the turf along the edge of my driveway and parking lot.  I used a triangular-bladed hoe to remove the grass and soil from the "V".  I wanted to expose the edge of my asphalt driveway to be sealed along with the surface.  I used my leaf blower to clear the debris.  I purchased some crack filler from Lowe's and applied it to some of the cracks, which I thought might be too wide to be filled properly by the sealer, or were not filled completely enough by the tar to make them flush with the surface.  A two-man crew returned as scheduled on Monday morning.  They used their big blower again to clear the surface and backed a big truck up my driveway.  The truck obviously had a big tank of sealer on it, also a gasoline powered pump to pump the sealer through a long hose, which ended in a six foot long pipe with a nozzle at the end.  The nozzle could be adjusted to output an open flow of sealer, or a spray.  They pumped a flow of sealer along the entrance to my garage and other areas requiring a high degree of detail, where overspray couldn't be tolerated.  They then used a brush to spread out the sealer in those areas.  After the edges were cut-in, they adjusted the nozzle and sprayed the sealer on the rest of my asphalt.  The Loop crew did a beautiful job.  They put caution tape across my driveway at the street and put their advertising sign in my yard.  I received an invoice in the mail (net 15) for the agreed upon price a few days later.  I sent my payment the same day and was happy to do so.  Spraying the sealer doesn't cover small cracks as well as when the sealer is spread with a brush.  So after a few days, used a little more of my store bought crack filler to seal the little cracks that the spray didn't fill.  End result: Perfect Job!  I highly recommend Loop Asphalt Services; you won't be disappointed.
- Kevin B....