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Do you need to eliminate liability issues, extend or install a new parking lot? Are you in need of an overlay or resurfacing to make a great first impression to your clients? Our trained and experienced staff and crews will deliver results. McKee Paving will review the condition of your pavement to help you with the best course of action for your budget. We can design and build custom asphalt solutions for just about any size job including roads, golf cart paths, walking paths, commercial or private parking lots and more.


Whether you are building a new house or replacing an existing driveway, our crew can help you design a custom asphalt solution that fits your needs and complements the beauty of your home. We use the same specialized crews on residential projects as we do for large municipal projects. This ensures that your project receives the same high level of attention to quality and detail.


Hot-Mix Asphalt (HMA) – Fully ODOT certified to comply with Hot-Mix Asphalt Plant.  Regularly serving, ODOT Garages, County Engineers, Villages, Municipalities & Contractors

Aggregates — Full supplier including, wash gravel, material sands, #8, #57, landscaping stone, limestone


McKee uses Brewer Coat sealcoating products for the best in quality maintenance.  Crafco and Durafill crack-filling products and Sherwin Williams traffic paints.


How to Care for your New Asphalt Project

1) We ask that you keep car traffic off your driveway for at least 3 days. If temperatures are real hot, we ask that you try not to park on your driveway for up to 5 days. You may walk on your driveway right away.

2) Your driveway will need 6-12 months to harden and cure fully, the asphalt pavement will remain soft and pliable until then. Even after the driveway has cured, the pavement will not be as hard as concrete. Your driveway will soften and harden as temperatures rise and fall, please be aware of this in hot temperatures. If you wish, you may water down your drive with a hose on hot days to temporarily help harden the driveway.

3) Spot damage may occur on your drive if cars start out or stop too fast. This also may happen if you turn your steering wheel when the car is not moving. To prevent pits, holes, and gouges in your driveway, avoid using lawn chairs or kickstands on your drive. These items exert weight on concentrated areas and will mark your drive. When using car jacks and ramps or storing boats and campers, place a piece of plywood under them to help distribute the weight.

4) Large heavy trucks can depress or damage your asphalt driveway, keep these vehicles off your asphalt driveway as much as possible.

5) Avoid driving off the edges of your driveway, the edges can crack and crumble due to lack of side support. You may support the sides by building up the edges with topsoil or limestone. Please do not do this until after the driveway has cured. (6-12 months)

6) You must keep dirt off the asphalt surface at all times; the dirt pulls the oils out of the blacktop.

7) It is natural for the texture of your driveway surface to be varied. This is caused by the various sizes of sand, stone and other ingredients that make up asphalt. Also, areas that are done by hand will appear different than those done by machine.

8) Gasoline, oil, anti-freeze, transmission and power steering fluid will soften and break up your driveway. Damage caused by these chemicals will be severe.

9) Cracks may develop over the winter due to the contraction and expansion of the ground. Large cracks should be filled with crack filler.

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