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Best Materials for Long Driveways on Long Island

Homes set far off the street afford more privacy than the standard suburban lot. The distance from the road reduces noise and deters door-to-door solicitors. However, a deep lot with a home set far back from the front property edge requires a long driveway. When picking the best material for your long driveway, carefully consider […]

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Sealcoating FAQ: All of Your Questions Answered Here

Do you have questions about sealcoating your asphalt surfaces? Well, you’ve come to the right place. The expert team at PALERMO PAVING stands ready to answer all your questions about sealcoating.What is sealcoating?Sealcoating is applied as a protective liquid barrier to the top of existing asphalt surface. This coating shields the asphalt from the elements […]

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5 Benefits of a Concrete Driveway That You Can’t Ignore

Are you deciding between an asphalt driveway or a concrete driveway? PALERMO PAVING provides driveway construction services using the most popular materials for Long Island residences. Concrete driveways are a popular alternative to asphalt. They add a clean, finished look to any home and offer many benefits. Here are the top 5 benefits of a […]

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Do I Need to Sealcoat My Driveway?

A properly maintained driveway will last for 15 years or more. That’s what any Long Island asphalt paving company will tell you. But what does properly maintained mean? At PALERMO PAVING we get many questions about driveway maintenance. The most common question is, “Do I need to sealcoat my driveway?” and the second most common […]

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The Top 3 Best Driveway Materials for Long Island Driveways

Are you building a new home, renovating your existing home, or just looking for a little more curb appeal? The driveway, front door, fences, lawn, and landscaping are the most important elements of your home’s curb appeal. When selecting the best driveway materials for your driveway, you must balance function with appearance and factor in […]

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What to Expect With Your New Blacktop Installation

You’ve weighed your options and considered your alternatives. Now that you’ve decided to have PALERMO PAVING install a new asphalt driveway or parking lot, what’s next? Here is what you can expect when you have a new asphalt surface installed by PALERMO PAVING.  Site PreparationThe key to a long life is careful preparation.  For a new […]

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Use Your Free Time in Quarantine to Plan for a New Driveway

If you’ve suddenly found yourself at home more often than usual, consider putting your extra free time to good use by making plans for your home and property. In particular, this may be an excellent opportunity to start thinking about a new driveway. By brainstorming now, once life returns to normal, you’ll be prepared to […]

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Make Getting a New Driveway Your New Year’s Resolution!

When New Year’s comes, it’s out with the old and in with the new. That’s why people have been making New Year’s resolutions for about 4,000 years. Many of those resolutions, often focused on losing weight or exercising more, often fall by the wayside within a few weeks. If you’re tired of making half hearted resolutions […]

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How a New Driveway Improves Your Home’s Curb Appeal

Driveways are practical, but that doesn’t mean they must appear utilitarian. Rather, you can think of your driveway as an element that elevates the look of your entire property. A new driveway can be one of the most effective ways to boost your home’s curb appeal. When you’re ready for a driveway upgrade, turn it into […]

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Winter Driveway Maintenance: How to Prepare Your Driveway for Winter

Like it or not, winter is coming. You can expect plenty of frigid temperatures, slick ice, bitter winds and deep snow. Although you might spend the winter months bundled up indoors, your driveway stays exposed to the elements all season long. Weeks upon weeks of winter weather can really do a number on your surface. It’s […]

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