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As a business owner in Santa Maria, the last thing you want to worry about is maintaining your paved areas for your winery or rural business. When you work with GPM, we allow you to be free to work on growing your business!
Asphalt Paving & Maintenance Services We Provide
Whether you need repair, or brand new pavement, GPM has you covered. Coupled with over 30 years of experience, we use the latest asphalt technologies.
New Pavement Construction
We make any new paved surface project stress-free for you by taking care of all the details.
Complete Site Development
We have the equipment, experienced crews, paperwork and code experts, and skills to perform every project of your commercial paving project and development.
Overlays are commonly recommended as part of a repair or maintenance project. We have extensive experience with overlays and will show you a range of options.
Not all projects require complete reconstruction or an overlay. Sectional patching is often a reasonable solution to extend the life of your pavement
Full Depth Reclamation (FDR)
FDR involves taking the section requiring repair and pulverizing both the asphalt and its granular underlayment to produce a uniform, “stabilized base course” (SBC). FDR gives you a permanent fix (definitely not a “band aid”). Because it recycles existing material, it is considered one of the “greenest” techniques.
Mill & Fill
This consists of removing existing pavement with a milling machine to a depth of 1-2”, and then applying new asphalt mix.
Asphalt Removal & Replacement
Eventually, asphalt reaches the end of its life cycle. At that point the only realistic solution is to remove the existing pavement and replace it with new asphalt.
GPM was among 3 contractors we had come bid our patio removal, grading, and to pour a new patio. They came highly recommended from many sources in town. The bidding process was smooth and easy. Gabe was a pleasure to work with and ensured we were heard while providing great insight. While on-site their team was very efficient throughout the entire process and the work they performed was impeccable. I would highly recommend working with GPM for all of your projects.
Asphalt Paving FAQs
What is the process of getting a paving quote with GPM?
It’s easy. Simply contact us through our website form and tell us about your potential paving project. We’ll get in touch and arrange an onsite visit to accurately assess your project. Your quote will include the cost of the project and an accurate timeframe for completion.
How do you decide if asphalt or concrete works better?
Usually the type of project dictates whether we use asphalt or concrete. Asphalt is easier to install and usually costs less than concrete. It’s ideal for roads, parking lots, industrial properties, and multi-family or HOA units. However, concrete provides a stronger finished project than asphalt, so is often the best choice for heavy loads. Concrete is also preferred for sidewalks, curbs, ramps, gutters, patios, walkways, and water channels. Concrete can be stamped, colored and custom finished which offers many options for a touch of beauty to the finished product.
What is the average cost of a new paving job?
Of course, there are a lot of variables to factor in when estimating cost for paving, including the material (asphalt or concrete), the area and its use (residential, commercial, industrial), and how much work is needed to either lay a new base or repair an existing one. Please contact us and we will provide you with a free estimate for your specific project.
How soon does new asphalt typically need regular maintenance?
New asphalt takes between six months and a year to fully cure. It shouldn’t need maintenance before then, but if you happen to notice any cracks or damage, notify your asphalt provider immediately. Your asphalt should be sealed after it cures. After that, we recommend sealing your asphalt every three to five years. You should also inspect your pavement at least once a year for cracks, potholes, and other damage.
What other services do you offer in Santa Maria?
What other California areas do you serve?
We serve the greater Southern and Central Coast of California. Please call us at 805-933-0909 or 805-688-9501 or contact us to see if we serve your area. We serve the following regions:
GPM – The Asphalt Paving Company You Can Trust In Santa Maria, CA
GPM knows that every project is unique. Whether you are looking for a new asphalt installation or maintenance work done to a paved area at your Santa Maria business, our team knows that every project has different aspects to it.
That’s why our teams always take the extra steps that results in great service. Starting on time, staying on schedule, and finishing on time are focal points for our team.
So no matter where your business is located or its size, we want to remove the stress of working with asphalt and pavement and allow you to focus on what you love doing – working with your business!
That’s a big reason why General Pavement Management has enjoyed over 30 years of successful service to wineries, farms, and other commercial properties throughout the greater Santa Maria and Central Coastal area.
We’d be happy to serve you, too!
Are you looking for a general paving contractor in Santa Maria, CA?
If so, General Pavement Management has your back! We could help you with any project from new asphalt or concrete pavement, to pavement repairs, sealcoating, and pavement reclamation.
We would love to help you out! Give us a call today to get started on your project.
If you live near Santa Maria, CA, you are probably already familiar with the beauty and attractions that make the town unique. Some of these attractions include:
- Presquile Winery
- Pacific Conservatory Theatre
- Rancho Sisquoc Winery
- Foxen Canyon Wine Trail
- Foxen Vineyard
- Riverbench Vineyard and Winery
- Cambria Estate Winery
- Santa Maria Valley Discovery Museum
- Los Flores Ranch Park
- Santa Maria Museum of Flight
- Kenneth Volk Vineyards
- Santa Maria Library
Plus the sights and attractions of Los Angeles, which is in close proximity to Santa Maria.
Located near the Central Coast of California, in northern Santa Barbara County, Santa Maria is a city with a population of 109,707 as of 2020. It is the most populous city in the county and the Santa Maria-Santa Barbara CA Metro Area.
The city of Santa Maria is noted for its booming wine industry and its famous Santa Maria-style barbecue. If you are ever in the area you will have to come try it all out for yourself!
For hundreds of years, the Santa Maria Valley was the home of the Chumash Indians. The Indians lived along the banks of the Santa Maria River and along the coast. Then in 1769 the Portola Expedition passed through the Santa Maria Valley during the period of Spanish exploration. The Spanish established a mission called Obispo de Tolosa just north of the valley.
The area’s fertile soil drew more settlers over the years, and by the end of the 19th century, the Santa Maria Valley was one of the most productive agricultural areas in California. Agriculture is still a key component of the region’s economy today. Santa Maria is also home to an ever-increasing number of vineyards and wineries. Primary crops the area produces include strawberries, grapes, celery, lettuce, beans, broccoli, peas, and more.
The city currently covers a total of 22.4 square miles of land in the Santa Maria Valley. The region experiences a cool Mediterranean climate typical of some coastal areas in California. It has a sunny, refreshing feel, although fog is common. However, most Santa Maria residents have never seen snow.
CityTownInfo.com introduces Santa Maria like this:
Located in the center of California’s Central Coast in Santa Barbara County, the city of Santa Maria lies 270 miles south of San Francisco and 170 miles north of Los Angeles. It is one of three communities comprising the Santa Maria Valley, the others being the city of Guadalupe (9 miles to the west) and the unincorporated community of Orcutt (7 miles to the south). U.S. Route 101 runs through the city, and California State Highway 1 runs along the coastline to the west of the city. State Highway 166 provides the principal route eastward, eventually intersecting Interstate-5 in Bakersfield.
If you need a paving contractor in Santa Maria, give General Pavement Management a call today! We would be happy to help out.
93454, 93456, 93457, 93458,
Sisquoc, Garey, Orcutt Ranch Estates, Foxenwood Estates, Foxenwood, Santa Maria Terrace, Orcutt East, Westgate Ranch, Mission Highlands, Bradley Square, Tanglewood, East Main Street, South Miller Street
And all other Santa Maria zip codes and neighborhoods. We look forward to hearing from you.