Bucks County PA

For over 35 years, Asphalt Pavement Solutions has provided clients in Bucks County PA and surrounding areas with high quality paving services. As a family business founded in New Jersey, we are proud to have grown enough to serve the entire tristate area with top-notch asphalt services ranging from repairs to regular pavement maintenance.

Best Paving Services in Bucks County PA

– Pavement Markings

– Parking Lot Repair

– Commercial Paving

– Concrete Curbs & Drainage

– Sealcoating

Why Choose Us

  • Our business began as a weekend paving job in 1983, and we grew over the years to a full service commercial pavement company with the equipment and crews to handle even the largest paving projects.
  • To provide our clients with peace of mind, we are professionally licensed for pavement work, carry insurance on all employees and equipment, and are bonded to show our good standing.
  • We maintain close relationships with our clients in the tristate area so that we can catch pavement damage early and provide custom ongoing maintenance.

Enjoy Historic Bucks County PA

Bucks County Pennsylvania is the fourth biggest county in the Keystone State, with a 2010 population of 625,249 residents. The name is derived from the English county of Buckinghamshire, and the seat lies in is Doylestown PA. An important area in the Delaware Valley, Bucks County is just northeast of Philadelphia PA along the state’s border with New Jersey, making it a popular area for visitors from nearby states. The county was one of the three original areas founded by William Penn in the late 1600s, and today the area has a ton of historic places to explore, particularly in the northern section called the Upper Bucks.

The colonial history, natural beauty, and proximity to urban areas like Philadelphia and New York City make Bucks County PA a popular tourist destination. The area’s covered bridges are fun to explore, but there’s also historic Quakertown, home of the popular Quakertown Farmer’s Market. Washington Crossing Historic Park offers history, outdoor activities, and nature all in one place. The New Hope Railroad has 18 miles of historic railways to enjoy, and Bucks County River Country provides water activities like tubing, swimming, and boating on the Delaware River. The Sesame Street-themed amusement park Sesame Place in Middletown Township PA is a great place for families.