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Tar & Chip Services

Tar & Chipped Driveway by Expert Paving Company, LLC
Expert Paving Co, LLC Tar and Chipping a Roadway.

What is Tar & Chip?

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


Why Choose Tar & Chip?

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 and 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. Tar and Chip Paving can be used on new pavement to increase traction, or to prolong the life of pavement that is structurally sound, but is beginning to age and may have some surface damage.


Benefits of Tar and Chip Paving:


  • Virtually maintenance-free.

  • Beautiful appearance.

  • Very cost-effective.

  • Extremely durable.

  • Superior traction.

  • Improved 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.


Consider tar and chip as an affordable alternative to asphalt. This durable, low-maintenance product provides an attractive country look with added traction for both flat and steep driveways.

We serve Communities in and around Westmoreland, Fayette, Somerset and Washington Counties in Western Pennsylvania.

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