Montgomery Township NJ

Asphalt Pavement Solutions is Montgomery Township New Jersey’s premier paving company because we use the highest quality asphalt products on every size paving job, whether that’s a parking lot installation or resurfacing a school’s sports court. As a family owned business, we treat all our local clients like family, with transparency and integrity.

Asphalt Services in Montgomery Township NJ

– Commercial Paving

– Pavement Repair

– Asphalt Maintenance

– Sealcoating

– Pavement Maintenance

– Parking Lot Repair

– Concrete Services

– Grading & Drainage

Why Choose Us

  • We keep up with professional training to stay ahead of asphalt paving trends so we can give every client the best service possible and complete paving projects quickly.
  • All our paving contractors are fully insured for both their safety and yours, and we maintain licensing so that you can trust our work will be high quality.
  • Our founder began the organization in 1983 as a weekend business, but now we’re the area’s trusted commercial paving contractor with several crews and a fleet of trucks and paving equipment.

Explore Historic Montgomery Township NJ

Located in the southern part Somerset County, New Jersey, Montgomery Township is considered part of the larger New York metro area, despite having a growing population of over 22,000, according to the 2010 United States Census. Montgomery was first incorporated in 1798 as part of the New Jersey Legislature’s original 104 townships. The community began with subsistence farmers but quickly grew into a vibrant planned community with amenities like schools and grain mills within easy walking distance. Montgomery has retained this sense of community and high quality of life over the centuries, and remains a sought-after place to live in the modern day.

The Van Harlingen Historical Society promotes and preserves the history of the township by maintaining historic sites such as the Gulick House, a stone dwelling built in 1752, and holding regular events and exhibits. Visitors can go for a ride on the historic New Hope Railroad or visit the Rockingham Historical Site, a farmhouse where George Washington had his final military headquarters of the Revolutionary War. Nearby Sourland Mountain also has many scenic hiking and biking trails to explore, as well as the Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park Trail. The Pennsylvania Dutch Farmers Market is a great place to get more than just produce, with locally crafted goods and delicious food.