Asphalt Maintenance & Paving has been in business for over twenty-nine years here in the Treasure Valley. What began as a small company run out of our home with a few employees has now grown to a large company with a fully staffed crew and a customer base which has proven to be the best part of working in Idaho.
We love Idaho. We were born and raised in Idaho and are dedicated to the residents of this fine state that have treated us so well. We believe in the Buying Idaho philosophy and do our best to provide the kind of work that would allow area businesses be able to get fine work done using local contractors. Let’s keep business local and support Idaho based businesses to allow our great state to continue to prosper.
Asphalt Maintenance & Paving was started in 1985 in Nampa, ID by Jeff Flynn a Twin Falls Native. In 1987 Jeff moved the company to Boise but have continued to build the company serving the state of Idaho. Today, the company is owned by Jeff Flynn, Robert Hayden and Kerrie Hayden.
Asphalt Maintenance & Paving is located at 417 Remington Street, Suite #2 in Boise, Idaho and is still striving to improve the roofing industry with innovative products and great customer service. At this location we can now talk to and meet our customers and show them samples of the products we offer.
Asphalt Maintenance & Paving does not just work on large commercial projects. We have provided residential asphalt repair, maintenance and construction services for the Treasure Valley for many years. We understand what type of asphalt is best for the project and will consult with you to make the right choice that will last a lifetime.
Asphalt Maintenance & Paving has worked on many large commercial projects. We have proven ourselves throughout the years to be able to handle any size project and continue to provide the kind of professional work that has made us the top commercial asphalt construction and maintenance company in the Treasure Valley.
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