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Road Construction


Miller Paving has proudly provided quality commercial, public works and residential paving and asphalt services for over 55 years. With a proven track record that includes over 40,000 successful projects, you can trust our industry expertise and will appreciate our commitment to delivering unparalleled quality on time and on budget. Our transparent approach to project management ensures that you’ll be aware of your project’s timing, details and costs from start to finish. Every member of our seasoned team is committed to a quality product and providing you with outstanding and memorable customer service.


Miller Paving is family owned, founded in 1965 by Dean Miller. Miller is now owned and operated by Dale and Stacy Miller. As a local partner, we are well-versed with the permitting and approval processes for commercial, residential and public works projects throughout Southern California. You can count on friendly and personalized service and attention to detail.

Home Owners


Miller Paving will set a new standard in your neighborhood for driveway and residential paving projects. Whether you need to maintain existing asphalt with sealcoating or plan on re-paving your driveway, you can count on our team of experts to deliver high-quality workmanship, value and customer service.

Business Owners


A safe, durable and welcoming parking lot is essential for your customers and reduces liability for your business. Miller Paving’s comprehensive understanding of paving and asphalt industry trends and regional permit and approval requirements makes us an sought-after partner for commercial projects of all types.


Structural Solutions

  • Pulverizing

  • Grading

  • Soil Stabilization

  • ADA Compliance

Aspalt & Paving

  • Asphalt Overlays

  • Asphalt Resurfacing

  • Sealing

  • Striping

Preventative & Maintenance

  • Asphalt Patch and Repair

  • Sealcoating

  • Crack-Fill

  • Lot Marking



Asphalt has remained one of the most popular paving materials in the U.S. for decades. This smart surface choice is cost-effective, adapts well to a wide range of projects and looks great. Regular asphalt maintenance will help preserve the beautiful look and stable surface of your project. 


Here are some of the most common causes of asphalt damage:

Lack of Maintenance

Sealcoating is an essential component of proper asphalt maintenance. Sealcoating fills surface voids, protecting against sun and water exposure and slowing the oxidation of oil. The cost of sealcoating always pays off in the long run by prolonging life of your asphalt surfaces.

UV Radiation

UV rays have a detrimental effect on asphalt. Sunlight oxidizes oil that collects in asphalt which weakens the materials bond within the product. Although it’s nearly impossible to avoid the effects of sun in Southern California, proper sealing and maintenance of your asphalt will ensure your surfaces last a long time with safety and uncompromised quality.

Chemical Staining

Although asphalt is an oil based material, additional oil and other chemicals will have a detrimental effect on your new surfaces. Unaddressed standing oil will soften asphalt surfaces, resulting in accelerated decay and decomposition of asphalt. Damaged asphalt is vulnerable to crumbling and cracking at a significantly higher rate than unaffected asphalt.

Trees Roots

Tree roots have the potential to compromise the structural and aesthetic integrity of asphalt surfaces. Tree roots grow shockingly quickly and commonly extend far beyond the actual radius of your tree canopy. Mitigating underlying roots is difficult, as they are virtually undetectable on the surface. Left unaddressed, roots cause extensive damage and create unwanted hazards in hardscape environments.

Extreme Temperatures

Although more malleable than concrete, extreme heat or cold can affect the surface of asphalt, making it susceptible to sloughing, pitting, cracking and bruising. Be aware that when experiencing extreme temperature variations your asphalt is more vulnerable to damage. This is a good time to avoid heavy loads or use of tools and objects that can scratch and dent softened asphalt like automotive jacks, lifts etc.


Both standing water and groundwater create risk for asphalt surfaces. Seepage causes softening, displacement and cracking and groundwater can actually displace asphalt and it’s base, triggering more significant issues like cracks, collapsing asphalt and potholes. Awareness of water-related issues allows your asphalt partner to recommend repairs that support adequate drainage and minimize the risk of water-related damage.

Heavy Loads

Excessively heavy loads have the potential to damage asphalt surfaces, particularly on hot or cold days. Borders and seams of asphalt are particularly susceptible to the negative effects of excess weight. Leaving heavy loads in areas for extended periods of time increases the risk of permanent impacts to your asphalt surface, including indentation, cracks and chipping.

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