Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some of our more commonly asked regarding our asphalt paving services. If you don't find what you're looking for, click here to send us your question and we'd be happy to help!

First Class Paving is located in Sonoma County, California providing services to the surrounding areas including:
  • Santa Rosa
  • Petaluma
  • Rohnert Park
  • Cotati
  • Windsor
  • Healdsburg
  • Sebastopol
  • Sonoma
  • Napa County
  • Marin County
Our services are not limited to these specific areas and we would be more than happy to discuss your project. You can reach us at (707) 799-2276 or fill out our contact form here.

Yes, we are licensed with the state of California under C12 - Earthwork & Paving, license #1061422. We also carry commercial general liability and workers compensation insurance. Feel free to reach out with any questions.

Yes we do! We're happy to come out and assess your job for free and provide a competitive quote. You can contact us or call us at (707) 799-2276 to set up an appointment.

We recommend a minimum ambient air temperature of 50 degrees. In the Sonoma County area, this often means waiting to start on cooler days, although we can usually begin preparing the site early.

In the Santa Rosa area and the North Bay in general, most asphalt is ready to drive on within 24 hours depending on the weather. Asphalt will take longer to cure in shaded areas or in cooler weather.

With proper care and maintenance, you can typically expect 15-20 years of service from your new asphalt. You can contact us regarding ways to maintain and extend the life of your asphalt.

Asphalt sealcoating is a cost effective way to increase the life-span of your asphalt paving installation. A properly applied seal coat will help prevent water penetration to the asphalt below and reduce oxidation. In addition, it helps guard against any gas or oil spills on a driveway or parking lot installation. It also preserves or enhances the visual appeal of the asphalt, giving it a fresh new look.
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