Commercial property, business and home owners across Western Canada from BC to Alberta and Saskatchewan rely on Save On Blacktop when they need high quality, long lasting, competitively priced asphalt paving solutions done by a paving company with established integrity and skill.
Save On Blacktop has offices and teams in BC, Alberta, and Saskatchewan allowing us to serve clients across Western Canada.
Save On Blacktop has extensive experience in all forms of new parking lot construction in BC and Alberta, and we also excel at a wide range of residential and commercial applications, big and small.
Residential asphalt paving, including driveways, walkways, and repairs.
Commercial paving, including: warehousing and industrial, hotels, small retail businesses (including strip malls, convenience stores, and gas stations), as well as large scale shopping centers and big box retailers
Paving for non-profit facilities, including hospitals, churches, schools, community centers, parks, libraries and government agencies.
New road construction.
New parking lot design and construction (new and renovated) including curbs and sidewalks.
Soil stabilization and balancing.
Trucking services, including bulk material handling.
All paving services required for apartment and condominium complexes, including strata and subdivision developments.
Excavation and demolition.
Speed bumps, traffic calming, striping, and signage.
Stamped and tinted decorative asphalt.
Tennis courts, park drives, and bike paths.
Residential and commercial pot hole, crack and joint repairs.
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In the last few articles, we examined the advantages of using traffic calming devices for the school season, discussed whether autumn is too late to start a paving project in Alberta, and gave advise on sealcoating your driveway or parking lot. We also reported on local news such as a new decorative crosswalk in Salmon Arm and the problems with cheap asphalt in Ottawa.