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Chip Seal Paving

Chip Seal Paving

Tar and chip paving (which is also referred to as "chip seal", "chipseal", "tar and stone", "shoot & chip", or even "bituminous surface treatment paving"), is very similar to asphalt, as it is a combination of hot liquid asphalt cement (or hot tar) as a binder and gravel as the main structural component.

Our professionals can help you to make best decision for tar & chip coating and help you to get the best paving project at an appropriate costs.  We are a third generation paver with the experience to get the job done tight.

Chip Sealing is the best way to get smooth and durable roads, contact us about your paving needs in Indiana.

Commercial & Residential Paving

  • Commercial
  • Residential
  • Ranch Roads
  • Subdivisions
  • Driveways
  • Roadways
  • Alleys
  • Parking Lots
  • Airport Runways
  • Handicap Ramps
  • Speed Bumps
  • Grading
  • Chip Sealing
  • Tar & Chip
  • New Asphalt Laydown
  • Asphalt Overlays
  • Seal Coating
  • Asphalt Repair
  • Licensed & Insured
  • ADA Compliant
  • Senior Citizen Discount
  • References Available
  • Family Owned & Operated

What is Chip Sealing?

Chip Sealing, also referred to as "Tar & Chip" paving, is the most economical method of street and pavement resurfacing. It is commonly used by municipalities, retail centers and office complexes throughout North America. Chip Sealing is comparable to other resurfacing methods in durability and effectiveness, but costs far less (25-40% of the cost of pavement overlays). Chip Seals are economical surface treatments designed to protect and prolong the life of the pavement.

Why Chip Seal?

Asphalt roads are like the paint on your house. The moment the application process ends, the deterioration starts. Much like paint, asphalt is subject to oxidation, sunlight, rain and freeze & thaw cycles. Pavement is also subjected to a wide array of different traffic loads, use of equipment for snow removal and additional stresses from normal ground movement. Chip Seals can be used on new pavements to increase traction, or to prolong the life of pavement that is structurally sound, but is beginning to age and may have some surface distress.

Benefits of Chip Sealing:

  • Virtually Maintenance-Free
  • Beautiful Appearance
  • Very Cost-Effective
  • Extremely Durable
  • Superior Traction
  • Improves Surface Texture
  • Perfect for New Roads or Resurfacing
  • Seals Small Cracks and Imperfections
  • Excellent Weatherproofing
  • Gives New Life to Weathered Surfaces
  • Protects Underlying Pavement from 
  • Oxidation, Aging and Traffic Wear