Commercial Asphalt Paving and Concrete in Washington, DC

Finley Asphalt and Concrete has become the leader in paving services in the greater Washington, DC metro area by working with integrity and treating all our local Virginia and Maryland customers like neighbors. We’ve had the pleasure to work with local municipalities on roadways and drainage systems, small businesses on safe concrete sidewalks, large commercial clients on asphalt parking lots, and even residential property owners on custom driveways. We use the latest paving technology and asphalt recycling processes to save money and protect our local environment.

Asphalt & Concrete Services Offered in the DC Area

  • Asphalt Milling and Resurfacing

  • Concrete Curbs, Aprons, and Sidewalks

  • Paving Repair and Maintenance

  • Parking Lot Paving

  • Storm Drain & Drainage Systems

Why Choose Us

  • Founded in 1965 in Fairfax, VA, we’re a home grown paving company that has maintained our family work ethic and developed relationships with trusted contractors throughout the years.
  • Our paving experts are always learning new techniques and industry standards, as well as maintaining licensing in DC, VA, MD, and WV.
  • As one of the largest paving contractors, we are able to maintain a large fleet of equipment in order to provide the absolute best service to every client, whether commercial or residential.

Enjoy Washington, DC

Though most people think of Washington DC as our nation’s capital, the greater Washington DC metro area had a population of about 6 million people in 2017, and the city itself is one of the nation’s 20 most populous, with over 700,000 residents as of 2019. The area surrounding the US Capitol and the District of Columbia includes parts of Virginia and Maryland, with many residents pouring into the city during the day and returning at night to surrounding communities like Bethesda, Arlington, South Kensington, and Fairfax. This gives the DC area a blend of tourist attractions, modern urban living, historical sites, and small town charm.

In 1790 the Resident Act created the federal District of Columbia with donated land from both Virginia and Maryland, absorbing Georgetown and Alexandria. Because of this long, famous history, the Washington DC area offers a wealth of historical sites, history events, and fun educational experiences. In addition to all the famous monuments in the federal district, smaller sites like the Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens offer a closer look at the area’s history.

In addition to guided history tours of the city, the DC area offers culinary and art tours to showcase the food and culture of the area. Both Georgetown and Washington DC residents and visitors also have endless opportunities for more modern experiences and family fun and games. Six Flags America has days of rides, food, and games, and families can find water fun at SplashDown water park. There are also dozens of national parks in the area that let visitors experience Virginia’s natural beauty.

Concrete driveway repair for apartment complex in Washington DC

Finley Asphalt & Concrete recently completed a concrete driveway repair project for an apartment complex located in Washington DC.

The existing driveway had several problems, including large cracks and surface problems that needed more than just patching. The property manager knew that there had to be a bigger problem with the driveway beyond just cracks and wanted to have more investigation, so he ran a google search for reputable concrete repair contractors in the Washington DC area and found us.

The property manager gave us a call right away to schedule an evaluation. Upon our initial site inspection, we noticed that there was not only cracking but sinking on the driveway, which signified that there were deeper problems. We knew we would at the very least have to repave the driveway but we wanted to get underneath to determine if there were more problems. He was impressed with our expertise and asked us to put him on the schedule.

We were able to get started the next month, removing the existing surface first. It turned out that the sub-base was mud, which explained some of the problems experienced. We had to do an additional 4” depth undercut and install 50 tons of new stone before we could repave the surface. Once finished, we repaved the driveway with 70 CY of concrete.

The driveway looks great now and drainage issues are fixed as well. Thanks for choosing Finley Asphalt & Concrete for your concrete driveway repair!

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