Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Bud Bellamy and Son Paving strives to provides outstanding value and customer service.  If you don’t see answers to your questions below please CONTACT US for more information.

How much does asphalt paving cost?

The price of asphalt is tied to the price of crude oil and can fluctuate frequently.  However, asphalt paving’s popularity is largely due to its cost-effectiveness and durability.   Please CONTACT US for your own FREE customized project quote.

What is your warranty?

Bud Bellamy and Son Paving provides a one year warranty including workmanship and materials.  This is the industry standard for asphalt paving services in Oregon.  Since 1978 Bellamy Paving has built their business on word of mouth driven by happy customers.  Striving to obtain complete customer satisfaction is just how business is done.   For complete details CONTACT US.

Can Asphalt Paving be done in the rain?

Since we live in Oregon and it rains so much here, this is a question we receive often.  We would like to pave year round no matter the weather but in order to maintain the highest level of quality workmanship, we do bend to the will of the weather. Asphalt is made of a mixture of rock and oil which repels water.  Laying asphalt in the rain will create the unintended consequence of early failure, often with cracks and potholes. For more information about scheduling your project CONTACT US.  

What is the difference between concrete and asphalt?

Both asphalt and concrete are made of rock and sand. The difference is what holds the rock and sand together. Concrete is held together with cement and asphalt is held together with less expensive tar. When comparing the two asphalt is less expensive with an expected longevity of 20+ years with proper maintenance.  For more information about either and how they would serve your project CONTACT US.  

What areas does Bellamy Paving Service?

Bellamy Paving is accepting projects within the Portland Tri-County area of Multnomah County, Clackamas County and Washington County. Projects outside these counties are considered on a case by case basis. Please CONTACT US about your specific project.