You might be familiar with typical residential paving projects done in neighborhoods, but at AAA Top Quality Asphalt, we also know how to handle industrial paving projects for places like factories and warehouses that require more heavy-duty tools and materials. Here are the main differences between industrial paving projects and residential.
- A larger sizing: Residential paving projects can be as small as paving a simple driveway while industrial paving projects will cover a significantly larger area that may involve a greater variation of terrain.
- Weight tolerance: Residential paving typically accounts for smaller loads like compact cars and lighter traffic. Industrial paving will account for heavier vehicles like tractor trailers and higher volumes of traffic.
- Water runoff: With the larger size of industrial paving projects, you might be dealing with water collection that could cause erosion to your pavement. This requires grading and drainage management to help navigate the water to where it’s safe to collect. This might also involve pipes or storm drainage systems to keep the water from pooling.
- Heavy duty tools: Since industrial paving projects are more heavy-duty tasks and require more materials to support the heavy loads, they also require more heavy-duty tools compared to what we would typically used for residential paving projects.
If you are in need of any residential or industrial paving projects, please give us a call today at AAA Top Quality Asphalt. We are well-trained and highly qualified to perform your industrial paving with the proper tools and amount of asphalt or other paving materials to complete the job.