Welcome to O'Brien Paving
Operating out of Canton, MA with over 19 years of industry experience, we are bonded in 24 cities and towns within Massachusetts. O'Brien Paving strives for 100% Customer Satisfaction on all jobs large or small. Whether you are considering paving a driveway or walkway, resurfacing, or other paving projects, we are so confident in our service, we'll beat any of our competitors reasonable offers.
We are a second generation company in business since 2000 and we work to fulfill all your paving and small construction needs. We have Owner supervision on every job. Our equipment is the absolute best you can find on the market.
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1-877-9-OBRIEN or (508) 734-5360
Fully Licensed and Insured
All work Guaranteed
DIRECT OWNER SUPERVISION
*Soon after paving, the mixture cools and hardens, you will then be able to drive on it in 3-4 days.
However, especially on hot days or before it has cured (6-12 months), you should avoid turning your car wheel without being in motion... don't use car jacks or other heavy metal items such as patio furniture, grills, kick stands and ladders.
Damage done is not covered under warranty and repairs needed will be at a charge.
O'Brien Paving covers paving installs and resurfacing of driveways, walkways, parking lots and sport courts using asphalt, pavers and stone products along with sealcoating in Walpole, Dedham, Norwood, Westwood, Canton, Randolph, Stoughton, Sharon, Foxboro, Dover, Needham, Newton, Wellesley, Wrentham, Boston, West Roxbury, Roslindale, Milton, Millis, Jamaica Plain and more.
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Nightmare Builder - Driveways
In our recent browsing of the web we came across a site with a truly nightmare story about a driveway job gone very bad. The home owner knew something must not be right almost from the start but they moved forward anyway. Often this will happen as there is a level of trust you must allow and assume that a contractor must know what they are doing. But once another bell goes off...and another...you really should step in.