Greenwich Residents: Choose All Star Paving for Your Asphalt Needs!
We understand the importance of trust and efficiency when it comes to selecting an asphalt company in Greenwich, which is why All Star Paving is the best option for all Greenwich residents! We pride ourselves on being able to complete every project in a timely manner with high quality products and services.
We can fix any driveway and parking lot paving issues, including:
- Driveway Paving
- Belgium Block
- Concrete Curbing
- Parking Lot Paving
- Parking Lot Maintenance
- Asphalt Patching
- Crack Repair
No matter what, we work diligently to keep your parking lot functioning and looking great! We also provide masonry, excavation services, and more to Greenwich residents:
- Excavation: including drainage, utility work, site cleaning & grading, & materials
- Brick Pavers
- Stone Walls
Call All Star Paving today for a free quote!
More on Greenwich, Connecticut
Home to many financial service companies and known as an affluent town in Fairfield County, Connecticut, Greenwich is home to over 61,000. In July of 2005, CNN/Money and Money Magazine ranked Greenwich as first on its list of the 100 Best Places to Live in the United States. Money magazine also ranked Greenwich first in the “Biggest Earner” category. In 2012, Greenwich was listed as having the wealthiest residents per capita.
Greenwich is twice the size of Manhattan and is unofficially divided into many sections and neighborhoods, many of which were voted by the Business Insider as being the richest neighborhoods in America in 2011.
Enjoy the two islands found off the coast of Greenwich, including Calf Island and Great Captain Island. Calf Island is comprised of a bird sanctuary where permission must be granted before visiting. The island provides overnight stays for those with permits, and the east side is open from dawn until dusk for those without permits. Great Captain Island is known as the southernmost point of Connecticut and has a Coast Guard lighthouse, as well as a designed area for a bird sanctuary. Visitors also will enjoy the town’s other beaches on Long Island South including Greenwich Point and Byram Beach.
Explore all the arts and culture Greenwich has to offer, including the 90-member Greenwich Symphony Orchestra, the Greenwich Choral Society and The Bruce Museum. Greenwich has also served as the filming city for almost 50 films and television shows. With a median household income of $99,086, Greenwich is the place to live.