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Striping

Striping is the final step on seal coated or newly paved parking lot.


Denver Pavement utilizes airless striping machines for clean lines.

Paving
DPM  can help you with your roadways, industrial parks, shopping centers, commercial buildings, trails/paths any type of new developments to neighborhood and municipal streets along with smaller projects such as reconstructing roadways and parking lots. 


DPM Also installs  Residential Driveways.

Crack Sealing
Crack sealing is a very important step and first defense in maintaining and protecting asphalt pavement.


Crack seal keeps water from entering and damaging the sub-base and causing further cracking and pavement distress. Hot pour rubberized material is used which meets or exceeds D.O.T.

specifications.


With proper maintenance and attention to cracks you can prevent problems from spreading and literally double the life of your pavement.

Infrared Patching
Infrared patching is an inexpensive process to repair potholes, poor drainage, utility cuts and alligatored areas.

Infrared does not require a saw cut. The advantage of an infrared method is the new patch is joined seamlessly to the surrounding pavement.


This prevents water from penetrating through an asphalt seam.

                           TRUST

  Committed to building long lasting       relationships with our customers   

  through our quality of work.

  • Concrete
  • Curb & Gutter
  • Golf Cart Paths 
  • Grading And Leveling
  • Jogging, Trails
  • Striping 
  • New Roads
  • Parking Lots
  • Repairs
  • Overlays
  • Sport Courts
  • Tennis Courts
  • Striping
  • Snow Removal
  • Stamped Concrete
  • Potholes
  • Parking Blocks
  • Bollards
  • Free Estimates
  • Skid Loader Services

​​  NO Asphalt  JOB TO BIG OR SMALL 

      Licensed - Insured- Bonded ​

            303-748-6106

  • Parking Lot Installation
  • Concrete / All Phases
  • Excavation / Dirtwork
  • Asphalt Resurfacing and Overlays
  • Asphalt Patching
  • Infrared Patching
  • Roto-milling
  • Paving Fabric Install
  • Crackfill
  • Sealcoat
  • ADA Handicap Solutions
  • Asphalt Paving 
  • Seal Coating
  • Basketball Courts
  • Concrete
  • ​Tear-out 

    Denver Asphalt Paving Services:

            (DAC) reputation in excellence through superior results shows from our philosophy that every job is equally important as the next.
             We employ dedicated and experienced tradesmen, and approach each project with professionalism and personal attention.
             This has secured our reputation of quality in the community. 

                       INTEGRITY

 With over 50 years of combined industry

 experience, the owners of (DAPM) are   

 experts at what they do.

             COMMITMENT

 Free estimates and knowledgeable  

 consultations, there’s no better care  

 for your concrete and pavement.

Sealcoating

If left untreated, asphalt pavement will eventually be destroyed by elements of weather.


Sun and oxidation dry the oils out of the asphalt mix and leave the pavement brittle.


Loose aggregate begins to ravel and the surface becomes rough and faded.


Rain and water from irrigation further erode the pavement’s cohesive strength.

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Our Services Include:

      DENVER  PAVEMENT

Remove and Replacement Services
Asphalt Removal and Replacement is required when infrared asphalt repairs, overlays and resurfacing may not be enough for your badly deteriorated areas.


Specified asphalt is removed back to sub-grade by either saw-cutting and excavating or roto-milling
Base is verified as sound or deemed as faulty.


If base is not sound it will need to be excavated and have new Class 6 road-base installed.
Base is then compacted.
New asphalt is installed in multiple lifts and compacted.

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Our Expertise and Knowledge:​








Asphalt & concrete are two construction materials which are commonly used around the world. The primary difference between the two is that asphalt is made by mixing aggregate with bitumen, a sticky black hydrocarbon which is extracted from natural deposits or crude oil. Concrete is made by mixing an aggregate material with a cement binder & then allowing the mixture to harden, forming a rock-like substance.

Asphalt is used for different construction tasks, ranging from roofing to driveways, footpaths, roads etc. Concrete is applied cold and a combination of cement, rocks (sometimes–aggregate) and water.

Concrete is a harder substance and will not soften up with high temperatures. Asphalt will become more soft and pliable under high heat. An easy way to remember the different between asphalt & concrete is that asphalt is usually black to brown in color, & has a distinctive texture, while concrete is greyish in color & looks more like rock.

Some of the most common causes of asphalt deterioration are oxidation, water accumulation in low-laying areas due to improper drainage, excessive loads on the asphalt and the destructive effects of vehicle oil and gasoline. Over time, water accumulations can cause asphalt to crack and split severely or “alligator,” as it is commonly referred to in the paving industry. Bearing excessive weight can cause the asphalt to sink and oil and gasoline that seep into the asphalt cause further deterioration.

Factors that will affect our prices are:
units (i.e. square feet, lineal feet, etc.) condition of the asphalt, how much prep work may be required, and obstacles that will affect workflow, such as carports, curb stops, etc. When seal coating, asphalt in relatively good condition does not require nearly as much material and can be completed at a much lower cost, while older, “thirstier” asphalt, can require much more material. Patchwork is significantly more expensive than seal coating per foot. Striping, patch work, and any other services can be itemized on your bid so you can pick and choose what you wish to have done.​