Get Asphalt Paving Near You

Get the expert service you deserve. We're a local asphalt contractor and have been installing, resurfacing and repairing driveways since 1989. You can count on us to get your driveway paving done right. We have the skills and equipment to plan, excavate, and pave a smooth and durable driveway you'll enjoy for years to come.

When you're looking for an paving contractor near you in Lancaster, Reading, West Chester, Downingtown, or Coatsville, PA, just get in touch.

Want to turn your stone driveway into a smooth driveway and parking area?

Need to extend your existing driveway to provide more parking space?

Would you like to add a paved driveway or parking area to your farm or woodland estate?

Lyons & Hohl Paving can help!

Residential Asphalt Paving We Offer

Your parking area or driveway paving project is an investment that should serve you for years. At Lyons & Hohl Paving, we welcome the opportunity to work as your paving contractor and to provide all of your current and future paving needs. Contact our experienced staff for a FREE estimate!

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New Driveway Paving Projects

If you need to extend your driveway or add asphalt paving to your farm or woodland estate, we can help with a new paving project! Speak with a member of our team to get started.

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Driveway Resurfacing

Driveways and parking areas endure a lot—extreme temperatures, snow and ice, road salt, engine oil and gasoline, intense sunshine, and much more. Is it any wonder that after years of constant use, driveways and parking areas begin to show their age in the form of cracks and potholes that mar the smooth surface?

If your driveway or parking area needs serious help, resurfacing can restore it and provide a stable, water-resistant surface that lasts for years.

Driveway Before Paving
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What You Can Expect From Our 3-Step
Asphalt Paving Process

At Lyons & Hohl, we're experts in driveway paving and maintenance. We pave residential driveways throughout Lancaster, Downingtown, Coatesville, West Chester, Chester County, and Reading, PA!

As an experienced residential asphalt contractor, we have the right skill set and equipment to evaluate your driveway needs and develop the best plan of action. Since 1989, we have been helping residential customers get the high-quality driveway their home deserves.

The Right Asphalt Specifications

The first step of every paving project is determining the right specifications for the job. Our paving contractors carefully balance durability and economy and adjust our specs for the intended use of the pavement.

Proper Grading

The key to quality pavement starts with quality grading. Asphalt paving is only as good as its underlying stone base, so it is essential to build up the proper stone thickness. The stone base is then graded to ensure adequate drainage.

Proper Asphalt Application

For maximum effectiveness, fresh asphalt paving needs to be placed, tamped, and compacted while it is still warm. The method of placement and the speed of application are both important. We train our workers to use the correct techniques required for a high-quality job.

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One of the best reasons to work with us is that we use our own fleet of heavy-duty grading and asphalt paving equipment for projects throughout Lancaster, Reading, West Chester, Downingtown, Coatesville, and the surrounding areas.

At Lyons & Hohl Paving, we believe that your paving project is an investment in your home that should serve you for years. We welcome the opportunity to talk with you about your paving needs.

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What Our Customers Are Saying About Us

"Reasonable price and awesome job! We ripped it all up and had it redone due to poor maintenance by previous homeowners. We love our new driveway. It looks so nice that we can't stop looking at it. ;) highly recommend!"

Jae jen

"Have used them to repave two long driveways. Professional staff; impeccable work; fair pricing... What else is there? Wouldn't use anyone else."

Sandra T.

FAQs About Residential Paving

There are some common questions everyone has about driveway paving, and we're here to answer the most frequently asked questions we receive.

How Long Does it Take to Pave a Driveway?

Each paving project is unique to the home and customer, and the project timeline depends on those individual needs. Reach out to us to discuss your driveway paving project and get a free quote and estimate.

Are 2 Inches of Asphalt Enough For a Driveway?

We generally use 2 inches of asphalt and 6 inches of a stone base for a residential driveway. However, our experienced asphalt contractors always assess each job individually and adjust specifications to match the needs of the customer.

How Long Before You Can Drive On a New Asphalt Driveway?

You should wait three days before driving on your new asphalt driveway. Until your pavement completely cools, it remains pliable and soft.

Other Tips for Your New Driveway

To get the most from your newly finished driveway paving, follow these steps after your paving project is complete. These steps will ensure a quality driveway surface for your home.

  • Do not drive on new asphalt paving for three days.
  • Do not place soil directly against the edges of your new asphalt driveway. Placing soil against the sides may cause cracks to develop along the outside edges and lead to significant problems down the road.
  • You should not drive off the new edges of your driveway. Just like placing soil against the sides, driving off the edges of your new asphalt driveway may cause cracks and future problems.
  • If there are any gas or fuel leaks, be sure to repair them before parking any vehicles on the driveway surface.
  • Be sure that your vehicle is moving whenever you turn the steering wheel. As the sun beats down on driveway asphalt throughout the summer months, it can soften driveway paving. This softening makes asphalt driveways vulnerable to imperfections caused by your vehicle's tires as it makes turns. If your driveway does get blemishes from sharp power steering, they are only superficial and will go away with time.