Asphalt Contractor Irving, TX

Asphalt Company Irving

As a family owned business, Elite Asphalt provides asphalt services with a personal touch to Irving TX businesses and residential properties. We work closely with property managers, business owners, and homeowners to find just the right paving service, whether that’s sealcoating on an asphalt driveway or line striping on a commercial parking lot.

Best Paving Services in Irving TX

Why Choose Us

  • We make every paving project a success with these elements: commercial grade asphalt products, highly trained paving contractors, and technologically advanced equipment
  • Our company was founded by family members that are the third generation of paving professionals, so we approach each job with a high work ethic and integrity.
  • Personal service is a hallmark of our company values, and we consult closely with our clients and focus on their complete satisfaction.

Explore Irving TX

An inner ring suburb of Dallas, Irving is a fast growing city with an estimated population of 239,800 in 2019, according the US Census Bureau. The city of Irving is notable in the area for their cultural diversity with a large Latino population. The city is connected to the greater DFW area by the Dallas Area Rapid Transit system, consisting of rail lines and bus routes, but also with lots of different highways, including the George Bush Turnpike and LBJ Freeway. A part of the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is also within city limits. The economy of Irving is thriving, with large corporations providing jobs, such as Allstate Insurance, Microsoft, Verizon Communications, and more. The Dallas Cowboys are a major part of the history of the town because Irving housed their home stadium, named Texas Stadium, and training facility in the 1970s.

There are lots of fun things to do in Irving Texas, making it a great stop in a visit to the Dallas/Fort Worth area. The Irving Arts Center provides cultural programs and creative arts workshops for the community, as well as holding art shows, musical events, and plays. There are also four city-owned historical museums in town: the Irving Archives and Museum, the Las Colinas Museum, the Ruth Paine House Museum, and the Jackie Townsell Bear Creek Heritage Center.

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