Asphalt Driveway Costs | Residential and Commercial Services

The cost of asphalt driveways Do you have a concrete, commercial or residential driveway that is getting old, cracking, developing potholes, and is in need of replacement? Installing a new asphalt driveway is a great decision that when properly taken care of, will last you for a very long time. However, before you can reap the benefits of an asphalt driveway, you will need to figure out if it is within reasonable expectation of your budget. While driveway installation projects will vary uniquely from driveway to driveway, there are a few consistent costs that contribute towards the overall cost of the project. In order to give a better understanding on how to evaluate asphalt driveway costs, here are the following factors that go into a commercial or residential asphalt project.

Deconstruction of Current Driveway

When first examining asphalt driveway costs, you will need to take into consideration what it takes to fully remove any sort of previous driveway that you may have.  In most cases, before a new driveway can be poured, the old driveway must be scrapped. However, smaller driveway projects that are in need of minor repairs can generally be fixed without scrapping the current concrete. This can significantly impact the cost, lowering it significantly. In most traditional asphalt driveway installations, there will need to be a deconstruction process in order to start the project fresh. The size of the project will directly affect the cost due to the required man power and the tools necessary to remove any unnecessary asphalt. If you are hiring a contractor, you can ask them about the specificities of the costs involved with this step in the process.

Square Footage

The main source of asphalt driveway costs is determined by the size of the project. Different companies offer different rates for the amount that it costs for asphalt per square foot. On average, most asphalt driveway costs around $2 to $4 per square foot. To determine exactly how much it is going to cost per square foot, you should schedule an onsite estimate with a local Northern New Jersey asphalt company. It is best that you can figure out the square footage of your driveway, before they arrive. If you are unable to do that on your own, most contractors and companies will figure out the square footage of your driveway before you have to commit to the project!


Once the driveway construction is fully complete, you may think that the expenses of the project are over. However, it is important to maintain proper care of your driveway in order for it to last longer before cracking and developing holes. One of the most effective asphalt driveway costs that you should consider is driveway sealing. This sealing usually happens a few months after the installation of the new driveway. Sealing your driveway can increase the length of the life of the driveway significantly by protecting it from weathering, chemicals, and much more. Driveway sealing is one of the best ways to allocate your money in a driveway installation. While these are three of the main factors that go into asphalt driveway costs, there are many others that may affect the end price. If you are interested in learning more about these three costs, or any other costs that may be specific for your project, then let us know and we can help!

Contact us at 973-362-1458 today for your asphalt driving costs estimate.  U.S. Outworkers is the number one preferred asphalt driving company in Northern new Jersey.

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