DCT Paving & Concrete
Paving the way, with a concrete reputation.
Paving a driveway takes a little bit more know-how than shovelling asphalt on a strip beside your home. If you don't have a clear idea what you need from base to sealer, an unethical contractor could talk you into unnecessary and expensive work or inferior materials.
No wonder that driveway paving is one if the most common sources of property owner complaints. Be careful of special discounts and deals (such as 50% off), you get what you pay for. A deal usually means less asphalt and poor workmanship. "The Bitterness Of Poor Quality Remains Long After The Sweetness Of Low Price Is Forgotten" So where do you turn for expert advice and service? DCT Paving for quality.
Whether you're preparing for a new driveway or repaving the old one, give Dave Trudel a call at 499-7017. (We also do commercial parking lots.)
Trudel has been operating his family business, DCT, from Cole Harbour for the past 25 years, and if you aren't sure what to do next, he can give you the straight goods on what's necessary and what it should cost.
"We do asphalt driveways, commercial parking lots and more, and all of our work is guaranteed," says Trudel. "we also provide free estimates and competitive rates."
The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation say it's best to hire a licensed and bonded contractor and to always get referrals. That's not a problem when you check out DCT Paving. Trudel gladly advises people contact the Better Business Bureau about his business - and DCT is also Registered with Workers Compensation Board of Nova Scotia & fully insured (NSCSA)
Proper paving adds curb appeal to your home and business that increases property value.
For those looking to have paving done or if you've been looking for someone to handle your paving needs, give DCT Paving a call at 499-7017 Where we're Paving the Way with concrete reputation.
Check out DCT Paving & Concrete in the Spring 2015 edition of Fine Homes HRM (pg. 82)!
Book early, as we fill up with jobs quick and paving season only goes from April until October when the cold front sets in for winter.