Teague's Asphalt Paving


Teague's Asphalt Paving is the leading provider of paving services in Houston, Brenham, TX and the surrounding areas. Our asphalt paving contractors are highly trained and experienced and deliver the best caliber of services for your paving needs. We know the industry inside and out and offer the right solutions for projects of all types. Our family owned and operated company understands how to provide personalized services while going above and beyond to complete each project successfully.


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Contact the asphalt paving experts of Teague's Asphalt Paving to schedule service by calling us at 1(800) 673-7080 today.

Asphalt is a semi-solid with a black and sticky consistency that is found in crude petroleum. It is actually the distilled residue that is the refined product after crude oil has been processed. Asphalt is used in a variety of different applications including smoothing roads, paving walkways, parking lots, and other types of surfaces. Due to its black coloring, it can often be mistaken for tar, however they each have their own unique components. Asphalt must be milled prior to being used and then it must be ground so it can fix the streets and roads in need of repairs.


At Teague's Asphalt Paving, we understand the best ways in which to use asphalt to best repair cracks in concrete and other surfaces such as parking lots and driveways. We are fully experienced with the various methods of using asphalt for projects both large and small in Houston, Brenham, TX and the surrounding areas.

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Asphalt is a black and sticky semi-solid found in crude petroleum, it is the distilled residue that has been refined during the distillation of crude oils. It has many uses to cover and smooth roads, parking lots, and other surfaces such as concrete that has been cracked over time due to extreme weathering conditions in many areas around the country. Asphalt is often confused with tar because of the black coloring, though they are entirely different materials since tar is typically used for roofing jobs. Moreover, asphalt needs to be milled once the top layer is removed and then there is a grinding process to prepare it to fix the many roads and streets in the area that need repairs.



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