Garland Asphalt Company
Need Asphalt Paving Garland TX? Elite Asphalt has been professionally installing, repairing, and maintaining asphalt pavement for years in the DFW area, and we’re Garland TX’s trusted asphalt paving company for residential homeowners and commercial paving customers as well. We can install a large retail parking lot or a long asphalt driveway with equal quality workmanship and dedication to customer satisfaction.
Quality Paving Services Offered in Garland TX
- Asphalt Paving
- Asphalt Repair
- Chip Seal Driveway
- Chip Seal Parking Lot
- Driveway Paving
- Parking Lot Paving
- Parking Lot Sealcoating
- Recycled Asphalt Paving
- Asphalt Milling
- Pavement Maintenance
Why Choose Elite Asphalt as your Garland Asphalt Paving Contractor
Our company leaders are the third generation of paving professionals in their family, and they apply this expertise to every paving project we undertake.
We’re always looking for advancements in paving technology and using the most state of the art equipment to make sure every project is a success.
We take the time to consult with our customers so that we can keep their needs and budget in the forefront during the job.
About Garland TX
Located in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex in Dallas County, Garland is a bedroom community for Dallas, connected by DART rail lines and bus routes. The city is the third largest in Dallas county with a population of 246,018 as of the 2020 Census. During its growth, Garland absorbed several smaller communities like Centerville, Duck Creek Embree, and Oakridge. There are also some sub-communities within Garland like Firewheel, an upscale neighborhood near George Bush Turnpike. Embree and Duck Creek were the first community founded in the area in the mid 1800s. The two communities feuded over who got the post office until they were combined into Garland in 1887 with the post office located exactly between both towns.
Today, Garland is a fast-growing modern community with that small Texas town feel that has a lot to do for visitors to the DFW area. The place to start is the Garland Landmark Museum in the historic railroad depot. The Hawaiian Falls water park is a great place to get out of the Texas sun while visiting, and Six Flags amusement park is about an hour drive away. For nature lovers, the Spring Creek Forest Preserve is a beautiful park known for its rare plants and scenic hiking trails. San Martino Winery & Vineyards is worth a trip to enjoy some local wines.