Global Paving is a family owned and operated business with years of experience in asphalt paving. Our number one goal is to bring satisfactory work to all of our customers in the Northern Indiana & Ohio Region. global Paving will bring our skills and knowledge of asphalt to you. Global Paving is here to provide you with all of our knowledge and expertise in asphalt paving. We take pride in our work to make you, the customer, satisfied. With each job differing from the next, our friendly and professional staff will work with you through the whole process. With no job too big or too small Global Paving can take you from start to finish- Gravel/Stones- Grading- Seal Coating- Line Striping- Hot Rubber Crack Filling- Asphalt Curbs- Roadways- Parking lots- Driveways- Sidewalks- Resurfacing- Repairs Global Paving specializes in all stages of paving, from small repairs to installing new asphalt. No job is too big or too small for us! Call today to get a free estimate!Asphalt is made of stones, sand, and liquid tar. With liquid tar, it will take time to cure. To keep your driveway looking like new, we recommend keeping vehicles off the new asphalt for at least 24 hours. Treat your driveway with care to keep it looking fresh and new. Try not turn a vehicles wheels back and forth when the vehicle is not in motion. Avoid heavy trucks on the asphalt, as they may leave ruts and tire marks. Do not drive on the edges of the driveway.The edges are the weakest part of the driveway with no side support and will eventually crack apart. Careful of any type of oils spilling onto your driveway.The oils will eat and decay the asphalt. Asphalt may look smoother through out different areas of your driveway. This is because of the different size stones through out the asphalt mixture. Also, some areas in the asphalt that have been done by hand tools, may appear different then the asphalt that was laid by machinery. With the cold and brutal winters, cracks through out your driveway are inevitable and bound to happen at some point. We recommend seal coating your driveway in the first 12 months to help preserve its durability.