Why Winter Is the Time to Call an Asphalt Paving Contractor

January, 22, 2021 By CASSIDY PAVING 3 min read
Are you someone that prefers to receive your services as soon as possible? When it comes to asphalt services, sometimes you can’t avoid scheduling conflicts, unfortunately. If you’re waiting to give Cassidy Paving a call when the weather warms up, you’re already making a mistake for receiving quick service. Here are the reasons that winter in New England is the best time to set up your asphalt paving services.

Offseason Inspection

Even if we are not able to do permanent asphalt repairs due to the cold temperatures, calling us to check out your property for the requested asphalt services is a way to expedite your project. Whether it is a residential driveway or asphalt parking lot, giving us a call as soon as possible is best practice. If the weather is dry, we can provide you with an inspection and free estimate. We will look at the color of the blacktop first and then inspect for any cracks, especially those that look like alligator skin. Asphalt potholes are another important inspection checklist item. Since it is winter and there are signs of potholes, you can bet that they will only continue to worsen until the ground is consistently above freezing temperatures. Potholes can only be filled in winter and not appropriately fixed. Standing water is another indication of needed asphalt pavement repair since drainage is an important part of the overall functionality of your residential asphalt driveway or parking lot. If you are a commercial or industrial asphalt customer, we can check for any trip hazards that increase your liability as a business owner or property manager. Only with a carefully trained eye can your asphalt paving contractor understand the full picture of your asphalt pavement during the winter and provide you with a repair plan come springtime.

Beat the Rush

Just as with any other services that are done outdoors, the springtime and warmer months are much busier for our team at Cassidy Paving. When the bitter cold temperatures begin to rise, our schedule gets busier. The winter is downtime for most of our services (commercial snowplowing excluded). If you want to beat that springtime rush, you should give us a call today. Waiting will only prolong our ability to provide you with the asphalt services that you need to have safe, functional, and eye-catching asphalt as soon as you need it. Typically when the ground begins to thaw, customers across the area begin to notice that their pavement has deteriorated. When those cracks and potholes begin to show, our phones will be ringing constantly. While those customers are waiting to get their inspection, you can already plan to have our crew out setting up our equipment.

Contact Us Today

Even in the dead of winter, the Cassidy Paving crew is around to assist you with all of your asphalt paving needs. Let’s work together to get ahead of the springtime rush. Give us a call today at 866-978-9788 to start your process. Planning this far ahead of spring will not only save you time, but gives you additional months for budgeting.
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