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Paving Contractor in Maple Grove, MN Offers Advice on Choosing a Commercial Paving Company

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““Our asphalt paving company has a dedicated team of paving professionals that have asphalt knowledge dating from the mid-1950s to the present. Whatever you need, we have the skills to provide. Whether you need us to stripe your parking lot or your road, we have the tools and manpower to provide prompt and premium work. We can also sealcoat your pavement for extra protection when we’re finished,” says Tom Steichen, Czars of Tar spokesperson.”
Czars of Tar, an asphalt paving contractor in Maple Grove, MN, has served the area for more than 20 years. They offer free estimates and bids for commercial asphalt paving projects!

Whether a business is housed in a huge corporate structure or a one-story retail setting, it is imperative to have a cleanly paved and smooth parking lot. Properly paved lots not only create an attractive look, but they also protect customers from tripping on bumpy surfaces and keep cars from getting damaged by uneven surfaces. Czars of Tar in Maple Grove, Minnesota, has been working with businesses on commercial asphalt paving projects for more than two decades.

To help businesses choose the right company to complete their next paving project, Czars of Tar offers advice on questions to ask before sealing the deal. They admonish businesses to “choose wisely” as a paving project is no small investment and it should be one that lasts for many years. The company always makes sure to answer all of its customers’ questions and be sure they understand exactly what the process entails. They advise any business that needs an asphalt paving project to ask the following from any prospective commercial paving contractor:

  • Is the company licensed, bonded, and insured?
  • Can they provide customer testimonials or referrals?
  • Do they have photos of their work?
  • Do they provide written estimates?
  • How do they handle customer complaints?
  • How much experience does the team have?
  • Are they friendly, professional, and accommodating?
  • Do they use quality equipment and materials?
  • Do they offer free estimates?

“Our asphalt paving company has a dedicated team of paving professionals that have asphalt knowledge dating from the mid-1950s to the present. Whatever you need, we have the skills to provide. Whether you need us to stripe your parking lot or your road, we have the tools and manpower to provide prompt and premium work. We can also sealcoat your pavement for extra protection when we’re finished,” says Tom Steichen, Czars of Tar spokesperson.

Call (763) 575-7390 to request a free bid and estimate. For more information, visit the Czars of Tar website at http://www.asphaltpaving-mn.com/. The company has provided many asphalt paving services to businesses throughout Maple Grove, Coon Rapids, Andover, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Blaine, Ramsey, Anoka, Brooklyn Park, and Plymouth, Minnesota.

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Company Name: Czars of Tar
Contact Person: Tom Steichen
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Phone: (763) 421-6417
Address:18475 Rum River Boulevard
City: Anoka
State: MN
Country: United States
Website: http://www.asphaltpaving-mn.com/

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