Trench Paving, Utility Paving and Waterproof Patch Paving

All year around specializing in trench paving, utility paving, waterproof asphalt patches.

Asphalt Care is fully equipped and handles any size of waterproof patch work you may need, big or small. Below are a few pictures of some of our previous projects in trench paving, utility paving and waterproof work patches we did.

Utility Paving

If you don't see what you're looking for, please call 416-410-6060 or email. We also provide Emergency next day service for electrical contractors, waterproofers, utility contractors, excavation contractors, drain contractors, etc.

We guarantee our repairs for 3 years, which is 2 years more than the competition

Waterproof Patch Paving

Asphalt Care specializes in all types off repairs big or small. Fair prices and quality workmanship is our guarantee. Our repair crew takes pride in there work, creating satisfied customers and creating more work by word of mouth.

Call 647-606-0989 for any trench paving, utility paving, waterproof paving or asphalt patching needs.

Asphalt Care and Service areas: Toronto, Etobicoke, North York, East York, Mississauga, Maple, Woodbridge, City of Vaughan, Concord, York Region, Caledon, Newmarket, Aurora, Thornhill, Halton Hills, Brantford, Cooksville, Streetsville, Malton, Schomberg, King City, Scarborough, Markham, Pickering, Ajax, Oshawa, Kleinburg, Brampton, Bolton, Oakville, Uxbridge, Unionville, Richmond Hill, Milton, Burlington, Georgetown, Coppins Corner, Claremont, Sharon, Stoufville, Brock, Mount Albert, Durham Region.

Here are some of the property Asphalt Care worked on blacktopping paving and sealing projects:


Asphalt Care offers 24 hrs service as well as long weekends, and holidays for retail centers, office buildings, municipalities, hotels, manufacturing facilities, warehouses, apartment complexes, schools, parks, subdivisions etc. in the Greater Toronto area and surroundings.

For more info call 416. 410.6060.

Trench paving, utility paving and waterproof asphalt patches

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