Berry Paving & Concrete Construction Co., Inc.
Berry Paving & Concrete Construction Co., Inc.
Phone: 703-550-0036 • To Email Us: Click Here
Celebrating Almost 40 Years of Superior Service!
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Asphalt Paving Facts

Asphalt costs less initially than concrete.
Asphalt is flexible pavement.
Easily repaired by crack sealing and patching
Can be made to look new each year with a coat of sealer.
Sensible considering freeze & thaw, extreme heat & sun
Snow and ice melt quicker

The review says it all…

This customer review says it all, “Best paving company in Northern VA for asphalt , concrete, or site works job. A real professional operation” from a client in Fairfax, Virginia.

Berry Paving does small jobs, too.

Big jobs and small jobs, Berry Paving and Concrete does them all. This one is a small alley behind some homes.

Northern Virginia Paving

Paving, patching and other repairs, milling, sealcoating, line striping, concrete curbs and gutters, grading by Berry Paving

Be Snow-Aware

Now. Sleet. Freezing rain. Slush. These can put anxiety in the heart of any driver. Commutes take longer, leaving the neighborhood can be a chore. Make sure to stay back from plows and move your car off of roads that will be plowed before the bad weather hits!

Spring is Coming

Spring will be here before you know it. Have you thought about your maintenance and paving needs? Now is the time to make those plans.

Road Salt may damage traffic infrastructures

According to Bridgestone Tire, road salt not only can rust your car, it can rust the road infrastructure. A well maintained roadway, with a full and sealed layer of asphalt, is your best defense against the possible damage of road salt.

“Automobile owners aren’t the only ones who need to worry about corrosion. ┬áRoad salt can also damage bridges, parking garages, railroads, and other public transportation infrastructures. This corrosion damage is estimated to cost the highway and automobile industries $3.5 to $7 billion per year in the U.S.”[1]


Potholes and Ice

Potholes grow when the ice melts and re-freezes. Freezing water expands just a little, then seeps into the cracks when it melts. Then the cycle continues. That’s why roads are particularly bad in early spring, especially after a wet or snowy winter.

Treated Roadways

Salt and chemicals sprayed on roadways before a storm don’t do nearly as much damage as the freeze and refreeze cycle of the ice melt. Pay attention now to where trouble spots are. Your vehicles will thank you.