Asphalt Contractor Serving Fairfield, CA
With over 270 employees and 50 crews across five divisions, DRYCO is uniquely qualified to complete any size pavement or concrete project from start to finish, including technical evaluation, scope development, and pavement maintenance plans.
Complete Paving Site Development
DRYCO has the right tools, teams, documentation and code specialists, and expertise to successfully complete any undertaking related to your commercial paving project and maintenance.
New Pavement Construction
Regardless of the nature of your asphalt project, we handle every aspect of the process, including obtaining permits, leveling the ground, preparing the foundation, laying the asphalt, adding markings, and everything else that falls in between.
When it comes to troublesome asphalt issues like potholes or cracking, we have a comprehensive range of tools that enables us to remove, replace or repair your asphalt. Rest assured, we’ve got you covered!
Make your property ADA compliant with the features you need: parking stall leveling, wheelchair ramps, asphalt and concrete retrofits, railings, handicap striping, and more.
We are committed to being reliable, responsible, and results-driven.
DRYCO works with property managers, homeowners associations, general contractors, engineering consultants, and building owners to keep their most valuable assets protected and maintained. No matter your project in Fairfield or the nearby region, DRYCO has you covered. We offer a variety of services while always staying up-to-date with industry technology and best practices.
DRYCO estimators are also your project managers, allowing us to keep even the largest and most complex jobs well organized while giving you a single point of contact. Whether you need ADA upgrades, parking lot maintenance, parking lot repairs, a blacktop or seal coat, DRYCO is equipped to handle all aspects of your paving needs.
Top Reasons to Choose DRYCO
We are your one-stop source for all asphalt, coatings, striping, and paving needs in Fairfield, CA.
Have a paving, striping, sealcoat, or paving project in Fairfield that needs a bid?
Are you in charge of maintenance for a commercial property that needs some attention and repairs? Does your property need ADA upgrades?
No matter what your commercial job is, DRYCO is here to help.
Frequently Asked Questions
DRYCO uses an asphalt mixture composed of sand, rock, and liquid asphalt manufactured from crude oil.
We offer completely FREE estimates for any asphalt, concrete, fencing, or other pavement or related work. Simply contact DRYCO to schedule a time for one of our experienced estimators to visit your site, talk to you about what you want to be done (including pavement maintenance plans), and then we will deliver a competitive estimate for your project.
Variations in temperature cause pavement to expand and contract, and rain may cause the soil underneath to swell irregularly. All of this puts stress on the pavement, creating long cracks in a longitudinal (along the roadway) or transverse direction (across the roadway). These are quite common in California but can be kept in check through regular pavement maintenance. However, as the pavement ages, these cracks will appear with increasing density, forming large rectangular or square-shaped cracks. Known as block cracks, these cracks indicate that the pavement has lost its flexibility and may require major reconstruction depending on the severity of the problem.
Yes and no. The materials themselves cost about the same, but concrete is more expensive to pave with because it has to be laid down thicker (a minimum of 4 inches). Unlike concrete, asphalt is flexible and can be laid as thickly or thinly as you’d like. Long-term, however, asphalt is more expensive than concrete due to ongoing maintenance needs like sealcoating and regular repairs.
On average, asphalt will last about 30 years, but maintenance is everything. Regularly sealcoating asphalt on schedule (first application within 2-3 years; every 3-5 years after that) will allow the pavement to stay flexible for as long as possible by protecting the binder (liquid asphalt) that holds the pavement together. In addition, setting up a proper pavement maintenance plan will significantly extend the life of your asphalt.
100%, absolutely yes. Sealcoating allows the asphalt to stay flexible by protecting the binder (liquid asphalt) that holds the asphalt together to significantly extend the life of your pavement. DRYCO always recommends two coats of sealer for double the wear.
Water-based sealers offer better UV protection and are more resistant to oil and gas spills. But unlike oil-based sealers, they also contain coal tar, a known carcinogen, and are no longer used in California.
Technically, yes, but the preparation and application is more tedious, time consuming, and technical than you may think, especially for a large scale job like a parking lot.
That depends on the weather, the amount of traffic, and the material used for the striping. If the traffic is light, the striping may last up to two years. In terms of materials, thermoplastic striping is thicker and more durable than paint and can be expected to last 3-6 years. The best rule of thumb with striping is to re-do it when it looks like it needs it.
Yes, you can grind, blast, or chemically dissolve striping paint from asphalt.
We service the Bay Area and Central Valley of California. For a complete list of our service areas, please visit our locations page.
For specific locations, see below for asphalt & paving pages:
- El Dorado County
- Elk Grove
- Greater Bay Area
- San Francisco
- San Jose
- Santa Clara
Striping & Sealcoating pages:
DRYCO – The Asphalt Paving Company You Can Trust in Fairfield, CA
As a property manager or facilities maintenance director in the Fairfield area, you face a daunting task: you have dozens of jobs – all of which need to be completed within a limited budget. As a result, jobs like asphalt repair and maintenance often get pushed to the bottom of your to-do list.
At DRYCO, we want to save you time and money with a full range of asphalt, parking lot maintenance, and concrete services.
When it comes to asphalt or concrete construction or maintenance, we make it easy. We handle every part of your project – parking lot repairs, new construction, asphalt sealcoating, parking lot striping, commercial fencing, full ADA compliance, and much more!
Work with one company to reduce hassle and get a better value on your investments – so you can report to your manager with confidence!
With your business or commercial lot located in Fairfield, you are familiar with the city’s rolling hills, farmland, and other hidden California treasures nestled between the Greater Bay Area and Sacramento.
Located halfway between California’s bustling Bay Area and the state capital at Sacramento, Fairfield is home to a bustling agricultural area, including being only 15 miles from Napa Valley.
Because of Fairfield’s central location, it is home to the main commuter hub between the Bay Area and Sacramento: the Fairfield-Vacaville Railroad Station.
At DRYCO, our goal is to make planning, building, developing, and maintaining your large parking lots and other pavement structures located in or around Fairfield. No matter if you are a maintenance director or head of company planning and expansion, we want to make your job easier.
With a population of over 100,000 people and over 41 square miles of land, including the Travis Air Force Base Heritage Center, Fairfield contains many commercial centers and industrial parks, each needing its own parking lot maintenance, asphalt work, striping work, and other pavement needs.
As the city continues to grow and expand in importance in Central California, you don’t need to be left behind when it comes to your paving, asphalt, and other construction and maintenance needs. Partner with DRYCO and let us give you the freedom to focus on what really matters: growing your business and serving your clients!
We are familiar with all the Fairfield city building codes, and when you work with us, we assure you that your project will fully comply with all city and county codes and regulations.
As the Fairfield Chamber of Commerce states, “The Fairfield-Suisun Chamber of Commerce is a private, non-profit, membership-driven organization comprised of 600 business enterprises, civic organizations, educational institutions, and individuals. The Fairfield-Suisun Chamber of Commerce MISSION is to improve the local economic base through active advocacy and programs to assist our members. The Chamber’s representation not only benefits the businesses themselves, but also makes the entire community a better place to live. The Fairfield-Suisun Chamber is special because of the unique mix of industrial and military influences and the merging of old and new businesses. Investing in the Fairfield-Suisun community through the Chamber membership supports a program of work that includes economic development, education and work readiness, public policy, transportation, technology, as well as business attractions, retention, and expansion.”
The crews and team at DRYCO are equipped to handle any commercial project that your property needs for maintenance, ADA compliance, or to create a new look for your business for future growth.
These services include:
- Asphalt paving
- Concrete work
- Parking lot maintenance
- Parking lot striping
- Game courts & playgrounds
- Commercial fencing
Call us today at 800-378-2177 for your free estimate for your project!
We serve the following Fairfield zip codes with our various paving and asphalt services:
94533, 94534, 94535, and many more in the surrounding towns and Solano County, CA!
We serve the entire Fairfield city, including the following boroughs and neighborhoods:
Mankas Corner, Green Valley, Lyon Road, HIllborn Road, Estates Drive, Paradise Valley Road, Cordelia, Cannon, Cordero Junction, Cypress Circle, Marigold Drive, Chadbourne, Teal, Travis Blvd, Cement Hill Road, Peppertree Drive, and more.
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