Mcfarlane Driveway Paving Asphalt Driveways NJ
We offer a wide variety of driveways for our customers. We can resurface or redesign any existing driveway or build new ones from scratch. If you have more vehicles at your home or business than your driveway or parking area can accommodate, we will help you solve the problem with an addition, extension or new creation made from asphalt or interlocking pavers or asphalt with a paver entrance and Belgian block curbing.
When you have water problems, we can construct drainage systems. If retaining walls are needed, we can construct them as well. If your driveway is looking tired and worn, we will give it a facelift to make it a source of pride not embarrassment.
We do top quality work at a fair price with results you will love and we are right here in Mahwah NJ. Some of the products and services we provide for our clients include driveway paving, retaining walls, Belgian block curbing, interlocking paving stones, and walks, and paving of parking lots.
Our skilled craftsmen create asphalt driveways in New Jersey that last. For this reason McFarlane Paving has been designing and paving driveways in Bergen, Morris, Passaic, and Essex Counties, NJ since 1959. Bringing quality work for the purpose of enhancing your home’s curb appeal.
Most importantly, with this intention we will listen to your driveway paving questions and discuss all options available to you as the homeowner. In brief, if you want the highest quality at a fair price, choose McFarlane Paving for all your driveway paving needs.
Most importantly, the experts at McFarlane Paving are ready to work with all your creative paving needs. We have all the specialized equipment and people to get the job done right the first time!
Our efficiency allows for more accurate estimates for our customers so you can stay within your budget for your asphalt driveway paving project. We try to make all the pieces come together for you to create a driveway that is uniquely yours. We are a premier provider of asphalt paving entering our 60 th year in buisness.
There is no one else that does it better than McFarlane Paving.The custom installation of your asphalt driveway is our objective. Consequently you can trust our friendly driveway service to properly install whatever paving project you have in mind. Give us a call today at 201-664-2696 for prompt service. Don’t forget to take advantage of our fall – Coupon Promo code: fall 2018
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A driveway is the ultimate front yard amenity. It’s the center of your attention as well as being a functional necessity. Other homeowners will see your driveway as a strong aesthetic element, the focal point of the entire landscape. When driveways include Decorative stone work, unique edging, specialty materials and design features, they have powerful influence on the surrounding outdoor living spaces, particularly when well illuminated by night lighting.
It’s important to remember that a driveway is just one part of the larger picture. Therefore, it’s best to use a driveway expert to design the driveway as well as the surrounding area’s at the same time. All too often a driveway contractor is employed first to design the driveway without an idea of how the surrounding area’s will tie in together. The result is that your driveway and landscape do not flow together, and you lose the chance to combine the options that prove more valuable for the same price.
Because driveways are such an expensive investment, it’s important to remember to take your time with the design. You will only have one shot at doing it right. Your design choices of materials and detailing should be your highest priority so your driveway design won’t go unnoticed or out of style in the near future. Be aware of imitation products. Look for brand name materials before you invest. The rigors of time and weather take it’s toll on products that are inferior. Chemically treated water may have more consequences for untested materials that have not shown there merit.
Homes with older driveways are being upgraded, and that means the driveway itself should be remodeled too. The cost and difficulty of remodeling can cost almost as much as building a whole new driveway. Problems with the old driveway such as bad drainage, faulty retaining walls, or aged electrical and piping lines under the driveway can be costly and involved. Designers and contractors should be experienced with remodeling a driveway. Before you decide who will take on your project talk every detail through.
In addition to that, use well known companies that have been in business a long time and will be around in the future in case something goes wrong after the job is done. New contractors have a higher risk of going out of business. Do your homework and research customer satisfaction. Always choose the best contractor for the job. If you are left with an incomplete project by an inexperienced contractor, the cost of completing the project with the new contractor is sure to exceed your budgeted plans.
McFarlane Paving recently completed paving my driveway,
including lining the entire length with stone edging and a
The work was meticulously done, the driveway looks beautiful,
and it was very pleasant dealing with Peter Sr., his son Peter,
and their crew. I would highly recommend them to anyone.
Response from Peter McFarlane – 36 month ago
Thank you very much Andrey working for you is a pleasure!
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McFarlane Paving’s Driveways are the driveway pavers of choice with more than 60 years of experience! Quality performance and on time delivery makes us the industry leader.
Paving Asphalt Driveways in Bergen County NJ and everything that goes with it is what we’ve done for close to 60 years. So welcome to McFarlane Paving and allow me the opportunity to offer you our professional commitment. McFarlane Asphalt Driveway Paving is proud to be a contractor in NJ who brings value to the marketplace; value that is respected throughout Bergen County New Jersey. Personally dedicated to honesty and integrity and the best interests of all of our customers. When you think about driveways in Bergen County NJ call the professional contractors at McFarlane Paving. Very dedicated to providing you with designs that showcase style, efficiency and quality craftsmanship. Our company can resurface or redesign any existing driveway or build new ones from scratch. We are well organized contractors. Our crew runs like clockwork to literally create some of Bergen Counties most beautiful driveways using only the best methods, materials, and craftsmanship in all the services we provide.
Asphalt is made with sand, Stone and tar. This mixture is heated to 300 degrees and placed in a dump truck that brings it to your house. if the asphalt is left to sit in the truck for more than a couple of hours it will cool down. It needs to be hot for proper compaction.
Yes. If the driveway is paved too thin by the contractor. It will not be strong enough support the weight of the vehicles that travel over it. Also the asphalt needs to be a minimum thickness of 2 and 1/2 inches – after compaction to ensure all Air voids are closed off from the compaction process.
If the area that the driveway is built on is dry and free of water the answer is simple. 6 inches of stone base after compaction is more than enough for a driveway. If the area is wet you will need 10 – 12 inches of stone base after compaction.
Providing the existing asphalt surface does not have any large cracks and the areas next to the garage floor and sidewalks and the curb at the road have room for at least 2 inches of new asphalt, yes you can put a layer of new asphalt on top of your old one.
This is almost always the wisest choice or a high-quality driveway. The old asphalt should Be removed and hauled away. In the process of doing this some of the stone will be lost. It is important to replace approximately 2 inches of additional Stone to the existing base. This will ensure a stable base and will be a smooth surface to pave on.
How can I be sure of how much asphalt the contractor is giving me?
The only Safe Way I found is to ask for the weight slips both of the truck that delivers your asphalt. it will have the day in time the material was originally made and more importantly how much material was made. Always ask how many tons of material am I getting.