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Shawnee, KS

Shawnee, KS

\Between 1950 and 2010, the population of Shawnee, KS increased from 845 to more than 62,200. The influx of new residents attracted many new businesses, so building an infrastructure — including streets and parking areas — was probably challenging at times. Today, homeowners and commercial property managers know that they can count on All Pro Asphalt for various paving services, including concrete installation, asphalt paving, concrete and asphalt repairs, asphalt sealcoating, infrared asphalt restoration and parking lot striping.

Shawnee, KS – The History

The recorded history of the area surrounding Shawnee can be traced to 1803, the year that the United States bought the land from France as part of the Louisiana Purchase. By 1824, several trading posts had been constructed, and in 1827, Fort Leavenworth was built about 34 miles from present-day Shawnee.

In 1825, treaties were signed that gave 1.6 million acres of land in what are now Johnson, Douglas and Wyandotte counties to the Shawnees. Shawnees from Pennsylvania, Missouri, Ohio and Indiana began arriving in Johnson County around 1828. The tribal leaders chose Johnson County for their headquarters. Many of these new arrivals as well as members of other tribes relocated nearby perished during a smallpox epidemic in 1830.

In 1854, Kansas was organized as a territory, so a new treaty was offered to and accepted by the Shawnee. The treaty required the Shawnee to surrender the 1.6 million acres granted in the previous treaty in exchange for a payment of $829,000 and 200,000 acres that could be distributed to individual members of the tribe in 200-acre allotments. Tribal members could accept the allotments and remain in Kansas, or they could move once again and accept allotments of land in Oklahoma.

As soon as counties in the new territory were formed, settlers began flocking to Kansas. The territory’s first capital was the Methodist mission near what would become Shawnee. The community was incorporated as Shawneetown in August 1856. The following year, during a brief period when the community was known as Gum Springs, it became Johnson County’s first county seat. A town was laid out, and when a post office was established in 1858, the town’s name became Shawnee.

Like many towns in Johnson County, Shawnee suffered during the Civil War. The town was raided by guerrillas commanded by William C. Quantrill, resulting in two deaths and the burning of many businesses and homes in the town. Numerous residents chose to leave Shawnee to find safer, more peaceful lives elsewhere.

Despite the hardships of the Civil War, various natural disasters and the Great Depression, Shawnee persevered. By 1940, the population had reached almost 600. In the years following World War II, Shawnee and most towns in Johnson County began to experience growth that was fueled in part by the growth of Kansas City. By 1960, there were more than 9,000 residents in Shawnee, and the population more than doubled during the next 10 years. Today, the population is estimated at approximately 66,000 people.

Paving in Shawnee, KS

Shawnee’s diverse economic base includes restaurants, manufacturers, apartment complexes, hotels, office buildings, industrial parks, shopping venues and health care facilities. We serve customers in these industries as well as HOAs, churches, subdivisions and homeowners.

• Asphalt Paving Shawnee, KS: An overlay is a layer of new asphalt that is applied to an existing pavement that has incurred damage over a wide area. We offer overlays as well as new asphalt pavement and replacement pavements.
• Crack Repairs Shawnee, KS: Asphalt pavement can fail if water penetrates to the foundation and weakens it. Timely repair of cracks can prevent many costly repairs or the premature failure of the pavement.
• Asphalt Sealcoating Shawnee, KS: Sealants safeguard the integrity of your asphalt pavement and improve its appearance. Sealcoating, however, is not a one-time treatment. It should be applied at scheduled intervals to ensure that it offers maximum protection.
• Parking Lot Striping Shawnee, KS: Economical parking lot striping and pavement markings help control traffic, making your lot safer for everyone. However, you should have your lot painted by someone who understands the complexities of the regulations contained in the Americans with Disabilities Act.
• Asphalt Repair and Infrared Asphalt Restoration Shawnee, KS: Potholes, alligator cracking and other types of serious damage need prompt repair. Sometimes, this means removing the damaged pavement and replacing it. However, if the area is suitable for infrared restoration, the result will typically have a superior appearance and a longer life.
• Concrete Shawnee, KS: There are times when the right paving material is concrete. Like all pavements, however, concrete will require occasional repairs. We install and repair concrete pavements.

All Pro Asphalt is an asphalt and sealcoating contractor servicing Shawnee, KS.  We install, repair and maintain asphalt and concrete, offer parking lot striping and can perform infrared asphalt repairs. The quality of our work is superior, but our rates are affordable. For a free estimate, complete the online form or call 816-249-6800.

Overland Park, KS

Overland Park, KS

Overland Park grew from 21,110 people in 1960 to more than 173,300 in 2010. No city can enjoy that type of increase in a 50-year period without the housing, streets and businesses to support the population. Overland Park, KS continues to grow, and when area homeowners and businesses need new pavement or pavement repairs, they frequently turn to the experts at All Pro Asphalt. We offer an extensive range of services, including asphalt paving, infrared asphalt repair, sealcoating, asphalt crack repair, parking lot striping, concrete repair and concrete installation.

Overland Park, KS – The History

William B. Strang Jr., the founder of Overland Park, arrived in the area in 1905 and purchased 600 acres bordering a military road. He platted several subdivisions, one of which he named Overland Park. The name reflected Strang’s vision of a park-like planned community that would feature recreational facilities as well as vibrant neighborhoods, a strong commercial base and quality education. Strang died in 1921, by which time he had established an airfield, an interurban railroad and several additional subdivisions.

When the city was incorporated in 1960, the population had grown to more than 28,000. Before it was incorporated, Overland Park was included in the Mission Urban Township. Thus, the city of Overland Park was based largely on land that the communities of Prairie Village and Mission shunned and chose to cede.

Overland Park has earned national recognition for its strong economy, quality of life, public safety, education system, outstanding healthcare industry and low taxes. In 2016, the city’s population was estimated at almost 189,000 people. In the state of Kansas, only Wichita can claim a higher population.

Paving Services in Overland Park

At All Pro Asphalt, we provide a variety of paving-related services to commercial and residential clients in Overland Park.

• Asphalt Crack Repair Overland Park, KS: Leaving cracks open to the weather can prove to be a costly mistake. Water penetration can destroy the pavement’s supporting foundation, the freeze/thaw cycle will worsen the cracks and the damage caused by normal traffic will be exacerbated. Before long, areas of the pavement will begin to subside and alligator, potholes will develop and the repair costs will mount.
• Asphalt Sealcoating Overland Park, KS: Sealcoating is a maintenance procedure that can add years to the life of your pavement as well as enhance its visual appeal. Sealcoating blocks the UV rays that turn asphalt pavement from dark black to dingy gray; UV rays also make the pavement dry and easily damaged. Sealcoating also resists damage caused by oil and gas spills, slows water penetration and helps protect against damage caused by the freeze/thaw cycle.
• Asphalt Repair and Infrared Asphalt Restoration Overland Park, KS: Potholes, alligator cracking, low spots, areas severely compromised by oil spills and many other types of damage have traditionally been repaired by sawing out the damaged pavement and installing a patch. However, infrared repairs are a cost-effective way to achieve a seamless, firmly bonded repair that is far more attractive.
• Asphalt Paving Overland Park, KS: Whether used to build a new parking lot or to replace an existing driveway, asphalt pavement is fast and economical to install. If properly installed and maintained, asphalt pavement can provide decades of aesthetically pleasing service. Asphalt overlays, which are installed over existing pavement, can be an economical way to achieve virtually the same results as new pavement. Overlays are typically suitable for pavements with a stable foundation but extensive surface damage. They can be applied over existing concrete pavement as well as asphalt pavement.
• Parking Lot Striping Overland Park, KS: A freshly striped parking lot improves the curb appeal of any business, but it also enhances safety by reducing the confusion that pedestrians and drivers can encounter without visual guidance. Furthermore, various regulations require parking lots to comply with specific provisions that cover pavement markings, accessible parking stalls and a host of other components.
• Concrete Overland Park, KS: Concrete remains a popular choice for sidewalks, walkways, curbs, dumpster pads, ADA-compliant ramps and similar projects. Concrete must be installed correctly to reach its maximum life. It will also need periodic maintenance to address issues caused by ground heave, tree roots or heavy traffic.

All Pro Asphalt is an asphalt and sealcoating contractor that serves Overland Park, KS. We install, maintain and repair asphalt and concrete pavements for homeowners as well as manufacturing facilities, office parks, restaurants, schools, churches, retailers, HOAs, apartment complexes and many other types of commercial customers. We deliver outstanding workmanship at budget-friendly prices. To obtain a free quote, simply complete our online request form or call us at (816) 249-6800.

Olathe, KS

As a frontier town in the 1850s, Olathe lacked the elegant architecture that had become popular in New England. The few businesses and homes in the town were constructed from native stone and rough lumber, and streets were basically left to the preferences and imaginations of those who used them. Today, Olathe has well-defined streets and a thriving economic base to support the more than 135,000 residents of the town. Building, repairing and maintaining the streets and parking lots in Olathe, KS is an ongoing task, so All Pro Asphalt is frequently asked to assist. The services we provide in Olathe include asphalt crack repair, infrared asphalt restoration, asphalt paving, sealcoating, pothole repair, parking lot striping, concrete repair and concrete installation.

Olathe, KS – The History

The Kansas Territory was created in 1854, and counties were organized the following year. In 1857, Dr. John Barton and a group of land speculators arrived in Johnson County. They selected a site for the town near the county’s geographic center, incorporating the town in 1857; a second incorporation was required the following year due to political influences. Allegedly, Barton was so impressed with the scenic beauty of the area that he felt that the town should be named Beautiful. Since the Shawnees had moved into the area in 1829, Barton asked what the word corresponding to beautiful was in their language. The interpreter replied, “Olathe.”

Olathe became the county seat in 1859, and by the following year, the population exceeded 340 people. Travelers following the Santa Fe Trail, the Oregon Trail and the California Trail provided most of the income for the town’s businesses and stores. By 1890, Olathe had almost 3,300 residents. However, by 1881, the nation had two transcontinental railroads, and by 1883, three more had been created by connecting independent stretches of track. The ease, speed and comparative safety of traveling by train reduced traffic on the trails that had generated a substantial part of Olathe’s income, and the town became an obscure, sleepy little town. By 1920, the population had fallen to 3,268.

After the Olathe Naval Air Station was commissioned in 1942, the town was jolted from the economic and social status quo that had lasted for 50 years. The population increased to almost 5,600 in 1950 and nearly 11,000 in 1960. Interstate 35 reached Olathe in 1961, fueling additional growth, and the city began increasing its size through annexation. By 1980, Olathe had more than 37,200 people, and by 1990, that number had increased to more than 63,400. Over the following two decades, Olathe’s population increased to 125,872 people.

Paving in Olathe, KS

Olathe’s diverse economy includes manufacturing facilities, restaurants, industrial parks, apartment complexes, office parks, health care facilities, hotels, educational facilities, shopping centers and recreational facilities. All Pro Asphalt serves all of these as well as homeowners, churches, HOAs and subdivisions.

• Asphalt Paving Olathe, KS: Overlays can be an economical way to postpone a complete pavement replacement. However, if an overlay is not an option or there is no existing pavement, we can replace the existing pavement or provide new construction.
• Asphalt Crack Repair Olathe, KS: Breaks in the pavement allow water to trickle down to the supporting base. If the base becomes destabilized due to water erosion, the result can be expensive repairs or the complete failure of the pavement.
• Asphalt Sealcoating Olathe, KS: Tests have shown that when asphalt pavement receives professional sealcoating throughout its life, the pavement can often last twice as long as an unsealed pavement. Sealcoating provides protection against the causes of premature deterioration, and it also enhances the pavement’s appearance.
• Parking Lot Striping Olathe, KS: Pavement markings and striping are critical for maintaining an orderly flow of traffic, enhancing pedestrian safety, reducing minor damages to vehicles, complying with ADA regulations and making your parking lot more attractive to visitors.
• Asphalt Repair and Infrared Asphalt Restoration Olathe, KS: Alligatored asphalt, potholes, cracks too large to fill and other major damage can typically be handled by using one of two techniques. The traditional repair technique is sometimes described as the saw and patch method; the damaged area is cut out, new asphalt is applied in the void and the new asphalt is extended to cover a few inches of the pavement surrounding the repair. The second technique uses infrared technology to warm the damaged asphalt, new asphalt is mixed in and the result is a strongly bonded, durable repair that is often very difficult to see.
• Concrete Olathe, KS: For some projects, concrete is an ideal pavement. Handicapped ramps, loading docks and sidewalks are often paved with concrete. However, over time, concrete may become uneven or cracked due to invasive tree roots, ground heave or soil instability. All Pro Asphalt installs and repairs concrete pavement.

All Pro Asphalt is an asphalt and sealcoating contactor servicing Olathe, KS. We offer all of the services listed above to homeowners, municipalities, retailers, health care facilities, HOAs, commercial property managers, restaurants, hotels, schools, churches and industrial facilities. Our prices are reasonable, our customer service is outstanding and our work is exceptional. To request a free quote, fill out our handy online form or give us a call at (816) 249-6800.

Liberty, MO

Liberty, MO

Liberty, the county seat of Clay County, is one of the many suburbs surrounding Kansas City. Although Liberty was technically established before Kansas City, the growth of the latter has played a significant part in Liberty’s growth. Many residents of Liberty commute to Kansas City to work, attend cultural events or further their education. However, this does not mean that Liberty is a bedroom community; it is a self-sufficient community with a proud heritage and a thriving economy. When the owners of residential or commercial properties in Liberty, MO, need asphalt sealcoating, asphalt paving, concrete installation, asphalt crack repairs, parking lot striping or other pavement-related services, they often call All Pro Asphalt.

Liberty, MO – The History

American settlers began arriving in what would become Clay County shortly after the Louisiana Purchase. The settlement was named the county seat in 1822 and incorporated at Liberty in 1829.

The 1830s saw a dramatic rise in steamboat traffic on the Missouri River. The dock in Liberty typically received at least one steamboat each day that carried settlers and merchandise. Most of these steamers originated from points to the east.

The 1830s also saw the Missouri Mormon War. Joseph Smith, the leader of the Mormons, arrived in neighboring Jackson County in 1831 with a group of his followers. They believed that their righteousness would allow them to inherit the land that was already owned by earlier settlers. This created tensions between the Mormons and the earlier arrivals, and in 1833, the Mormons were forcibly driven from Jackson County. Many relocated to Clay County and later to Caldwell County, but lasting peace was not to be achieved. In 1838, Joseph Smith and several other Mormon leaders were arrested and jailed in Liberty over the winter. After their lawyer secured a new venue for the trial, Smith and the others escaped while being transported from Liberty.

By 1900, Liberty’s population exceeded 2,400, but by 1950, the population had only increased to approximately 4,700 people. However, as Kansas City grew, Liberty grew, and by 1970, more than 13,700 people resided in Liberty. The town has continued to grow steadily, and in 2016, the population was estimated at more than 30,600 people.

Paving in Liberty, MO

Health care facilities, retailers, warehouses, manufacturers, restaurants, educational institutions, apartment complexes, office parks and shopping centers are just some of the types of enterprises that contribute to Liberty’s economy. We serve customers in these industries as well as homeowners, religious institutions, HOAs and entertainment venues. Commonly requested services include the ones listed below.

• Asphalt Paving Liberty, MO: Constructing a new parking lot or street — or replacing the pavement on an existing one — is simplified when you have All Pro Asphalt handle the job. We also install asphalt overlays.
• Asphalt Crack Filling Liberty, MO: Preventing water from seeping through cracks in your pavement can help ensure that your asphalt pavement does not fail prematurely. Open cracks make your pavement more susceptible to foundation erosion and the effects of the freeze/thaw cycle.
• Asphalt Sealcoating Liberty, MO: If you have asphalt pavement, you need sealcoating. Sealants form a protective barrier between asphalt pavement and the elements, and they also improve the appearance of the pavement.
• Asphalt Repairs and Infrared Asphalt Restoration Liberty, MO: At All Pro Asphalt, we offer traditional asphalt repairs as well as infrared asphalt restoration for repairing potholes, alligator cracking and other types of damage that need more than crack filling and sealcoating.
• Parking Lot Striping Liberty, MO: If you want to make a good impression on your visitors, you want to make sure that your parking lot shows that you value their safety and care about the details. All Pro Asphalt can help you control the flow of traffic, ensure compliance with the ADA and make your parking lot safer and easier to navigate.
• Concrete Liberty, MO: Whether you need to install curb ramps, repair a sidewalk or build an ADA-compliant access ramp, All Pro Asphalt can help. We have the experience and skill to deliver quality concrete work.

All Pro Asphalt is an asphalt and sealcoating contractor servicing Liberty, MO and provides all of the above services as well as the installation of speed bumps, parking lot signs, car stops and reflectors. We are committed to providing every customer with exceptional work at an affordable price. To request a free quote on your next project, you can either call 816-249-6800 or submit the online quote request.

Lenexa, KS

Lenexa, KS

Located in Johnson County and considered part of the greater Kansas City metropolitan area, Lenexa’s population was estimated at more than 52,900 in 2016. Despite its proximity to Kansas City, Lenexa is a self-contained city that offers an excellent quality of life and opportunities for a variety of businesses. When people in Lenexa, KS need pavement-related services for their homes or commercial properties, they know they can trust All Pro Asphalt to deliver quality results at reasonable prices. We offer asphalt crack repair, asphalt paving and overlays, parking lot striping, concrete installation, asphalt repair and infrared asphalt repair, sealcoating, concrete repair and the installation of parking lot signs, speed bumps and car stops.

Lenexa, KS – The History

When the Kansas Territory was created in 1854, the land on which Lenexa would be built was among the allotments granted to individual members of the Shawnee in exchange for relinquishing the 1.6 million acres granted the tribe in an earlier treaty. After several years of political wrangling, permission was given for the tribal members to sell their land if they so desired.

In 1857, a 20-year-old James Butler Hickok — better known as Wild Bill Hickok — arrived in the area and staked a claim at the present-day intersection of 83rd and Clare Road. Historical records are vague regarding the 160 acres that Hickok had claimed, so it is unclear whether Hickok simply moved on or sold the land to another. However, in 1869, a man named C.A. Bradshaw sold some land to the Kansas and Neosho Valley Railroad for a right-of-way and additional acreage to a railroad civil engineer, Octave Chanute, as a site for the town that would be named Lenexa. The name is believed to be derived from the name of the wife of Chief Blackhoof, a Shawnee leader who had been the second signer of the treaty relinquishing the 1.6 million acres given to the tribe for a reservation. Her name appears as Len-Ag-See or Na-Nex-Se on different census records. Therefore, although Lenexa was not incorporated until 1907, the town was actually established in 1869.

For the next 80 years or so, Lenexa remained a sleepy, slow-growing community with an economy based primarily on agriculture. Between 1910 and 1950, the population increased from 583 to 803. However, the construction of Interstate 35 and the growth of Kansas City spurred growth in Lenexa. By 1970, Lenexa was home to 5,242 people, but in 1980, the town had more than 18,600 residents. Lenexa is still growing, and during the 21st century, the population has increased almost 20 percent per decade.

Paving in Lenexa, KS

Lenexa’s economic base has diversified a great deal since the time when local truck farms were the major contributors to the town’s prosperity. Today, the retail, hospitality, education, logistics, manufacturing, health care, technology and transportation industries are all present in Lenexa. All Pro Asphalt frequently provides our services to restaurants, churches, schools, warehouses, hotels, offices, shopping centers and apartment complexes as well as homeowners in Lenexa.

• Asphalt Repair and Infrared Asphalt Restoration Lenexa, KS: There are situations that require the removal and replacement of damaged areas, particularly if the base needs to be repaired as well. However, severe damage can often be repaired through infrared asphalt restoration, a process that will leave you with a repair that is more attractive and less noticeable than a traditional repair.
• Asphalt Sealcoating Lenexa, KS: Having sealcoating applied whenever it is needed can often double the life of your asphalt pavement. Sealcoating protects against oil spills and UV rays, and it also improves the aesthetic appeal of the pavement.
• Asphalt Crack Repair Lenexa, KS: Sooner or later, your asphalt pavement will develop cracks. If you have the cracks repaired quickly, you may be able to avoid the development of potholes, alligator cracking, foundation destabilization and other types of serious damage that can be costly to remediate.
• Parking Lot Striping Lenexa, KS: Professionally applied line striping and pavement markings help you create the right impression. They also make your parking lot safer and help you comply with ADA regulations.
• Asphalt Paving Lenexa, KS: If you need to replace your driveway, install an asphalt overlay on a city street or build a new asphalt parking lot, All Pro Asphalt would be happy to assist you.
• Concrete Lenexa, KS: Installing concrete pavement requires careful attention to various details, technical expertise and specific equipment. All Pro Asphalt has the skills and equipment needed to ensure quality concrete installations, and we also offer concrete repairs.

All Pro Asphalt is an asphalt and sealcoating contractor that serves Lenexa, KS and our goal is to deliver work of the highest quality on every project. Whether you need asphalt paving, concrete installation, asphalt repair, sealcoating, asphalt crack repair, parking lot striping or concrete repair, we have the experience to provide you with excellent results at competitive rates. We offer free quotes, so request yours by completing the online form or calling 816-249-6800.

Lee’s Summit, MO

Lee’s Summit, MO

Located about 20 miles from Kansas City, Lee’s Summit is a thriving community that is currently home to approximately 97,000 people. The population has more than doubled since 1990, which has necessitated the construction of many new streets as well as numerous parking lots for the businesses that have been founded to support the growing town. When the people of Lee’s Summit, MO need help with their pavements, they often rely on All Pro Asphalt for asphalt sealcoating, crack repair, infrared asphalt restoration, asphalt repair, concrete repair, asphalt paving and concrete installation.

Lee’s Summit, MO – The History

William Howard, a native of Kentucky who had acquired 833 acres in Jackson County, platted a 70-acre town on part of his land in 1865. He named his new town Strother, which was his wife’s maiden name. Howard and his family spent most of the Civil War in Kentucky; he had been arrested in 1862 for “being a Confederate” but was paroled. Howard gave several plots to the Missouri Pacific Railroad. The town’s first railroad station was a boxcar donated by the railroad.

There are two legends explaining why the town was renamed to Lee’s Summit. One legend holds that it was renamed to honor Robert E. Lee, but most historians believe that the intent was to honor Dr. Pleasant J.G. Lea, an early settler who was killed in 1862 by guerrilla fighters from Kansas. The altered spelling has been blamed on the railroad; the time schedule printed by the railroad, the name painted on one side of the boxcar used as a station and a sign beside the tracks all used the alternate spelling. Because the misspelled name had already become widely circulated, the town incorporated as Lee’s Summit in 1868.

Lee’s Summit became an important center for the surrounding agricultural area. By 1880, the town had five physicians, five churches, four attorneys, 25 businesses and almost 700 residents.

In 1912, a prominent lumberman from Kansas City named R. A. Long bought approximately 1,700 acres in the southwest part of the town. His dream was to build a showplace farm, and he was able to turn his dream into a reality. He constructed Longview Farm, a highly self-sufficient farm that included 42 buildings, five barn groups, a church and a mansion. Longview Farm became known internationally for its horses and other livestock. Today, the mansion and church are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Paving in Lee’s Summit, MO

All Pro Asphalt offers an assortment of paving services to both residential and commercial customers in Lee’s Summit.

• Asphalt Paving Lee’s Summit, MO: Installing asphalt pavement is economical and fast, but with proper maintenance, the new pavement can last for decades. Asphalt overlays can deliver the appearance and performance of new pavement at a lower cost. Overlays are applied directly on top of an existing concrete or asphalt pavement that has a stable base.
• Asphalt Crack Repair Lee’s Summit, MO: Neglected cracks are a common cause of an asphalt pavement’s premature failure. Open cracks allow water to erode the base, and when water trapped beneath the pavement freezes, the expanding ice will inflict additional damage on both the base and the pavement.
• Asphalt Sealcoating Lee’s Summit, MO: Sealcoating is an effective and economical way to protect asphalt pavement while simultaneously improving its appearance. Sealcoating screens out the UV rays that can accelerate the deterioration of asphalt pavement, restores the pavement’s color and helps protect against the damage caused by automotive fluids.
• Parking Lot Striping Lee’s Summit, MO: Parking lot striping improves safety for pedestrians and drivers alike, enhances the property’s aesthetic appeal and is a crucial part of making a parking lot ADA-compliant.
• Asphalt Repair and Infrared Asphalt Restoration Lee’s Summit, MO: The category of asphalt repair typically includes the removal and replacement of areas that have developed alligator cracking, potholes or other serious issues. Infrared asphalt restoration is an economical way to make repairs that are often virtually invisible.
• Concrete Lee’s Summit, MO: Sidewalks, ramps and dumpster pads are good candidates for concrete pavement. Long-lasting, attractive concrete, however, needs professional installation. It may require periodic repairs, especially if there are tripping hazards caused by frames that have been uplifted by tree roots or the normal freeze/thaw cycle.

All Pro Asphalt is an asphalt and sealcoating contractor that serves Lee’s Summit, MO.  We provide asphalt and concrete services to homeowners, churches, industrial facilities, hospitals, office complexes, restaurants, apartment complexes, HOAs, retailers and educational facilities. Whether you need infrared asphalt restoration, sealcoating, crack repair, parking lot striping, concrete work, asphalt paving or asphalt repair, you can count on us for quality work, exceptional customer service and competitive prices. If you would like to request a free estimate, call 816-249-6800 or submit the online form.

Independence, MO

Independence, MO

Independence has a history that is unusually rich for a town with a current population of approximately 117,000 people. The town’s location has always contributed heavily to its success. During its early days, much of Independence’s growth was due to its location as the nation’s westernmost location navigable by steamboats. During the mid-1800s, its location made it the ideal jumping-off point for pioneers making the westward trek. It is somewhat difficult to imagine the commotion and chaos that ensued every spring when the town’s dusty streets would be clogged with wagons and travelers shopping for supplies. Today, the dirt streets and wagons have been replaced by pavement and motorized vehicles. However, just like the original dirt trails, paved streets must be built and repaired to keep traffic flowing, so when people in Independence, MO need a paving company for their thoroughfares and parking lots, they often ask All Pro Asphalt for help. We install asphalt and concrete pavement, offer infrared asphalt repairs, provide sealcoating services, repair cracks in asphalt pavement, offer parking lot striping and repair concrete.

Independence, MO – The History

From its founding in 1827, Independence was the eastern anchor of the Santa Fe Trail, a 900-mile trade route that passed through what are now the states of Kansas, Oklahoma and Colorado before terminating in Santa Fe, New Mexico. By 1843, Independence was supplying wagons, livestock, tents and other necessities to settlers embarking on the grueling 2,000-mile Oregon Trail or the equally long California Trail.

The town prospered, and by 1860, Independence had more than 3,100 residents. However, although the damage caused by the Civil War was not as great in Independence as it was in many other Missouri towns, the war took a toll on the town. Despite a flurry of activity shortly after the war, Independence was unable to regain the prosperity and prominence that it had enjoyed prior to 1861. Fortunately, Independence’s location once more proved advantageous; the population of nearby Kansas City exploded, increasing from 4,418 in 1860 to 32,260 in 1870 and reaching 55,785 in 1880. The population of Independence more than doubled between 1880 and 1890, and it continued to increase throughout the 20th century.

One of Independence’s most famous residents was Harry S. Truman. The Truman family moved to Independence when Harry was old enough to enter the first grade; in 1901, he graduated from Independence High School. Truman married a woman who had been born and raised in Independence, Bess Wallace, in 1919. Independence is the site of Bess and Harry Truman’s graves as well as the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library.

Paving in Independence, MO

A diversified, strong economic base has helped keep Independence moving confidently forward, but the residents have not abandoned the town’s past. Numerous museums celebrate the town’s history, manufacturing companies help generate growth and the town’s many hotels and restaurants support the tourists who come to the area. Shopping centers, apartment complexes, major retail chains, health care providers, schools and religious institutions help ensure that residents can find everything they need within the city limits. All Pro Asphalt offers paving services to customers in all of these industries as well as homeowners.

• Asphalt Paving Independence, MO: Whether you need an overlay installed to rejuvenate an existing pavement, need to have a new street or parking lot constructed or need to remove your old pavement and install a new one, we can help.
• Asphalt Crack Repairs Independence, MO: Water penetration can shorten the life of your pavement or lead to expensive repairs. The timely repair of cracks in your pavement can save you a significant amount of money down the road.
• Asphalt Sealcoating Independence, MO: Sealcoating is economical and highly effective. Sealants can protect asphalt pavement from premature deterioration while enhancing the pavement’s appearance.
• Parking Lot Striping Independence, MO: Ensuring compliance with the ADA, controlling the flow of traffic, improving safety and boosting the property’s curb appeal are just a few of the reasons to make sure that your parking lot striping is refreshed periodically.
• Asphalt Repair and Infrared Repair Independence, MO: Seriously damaged pavement may need to be removed and replaced. In some cases, alligator cracks and potholes can be repaired using infrared technology to produce a repair that is attractive as well as durable.
• Concrete Independence, MO: Whether you need a new curb ramp built or a sidewalk repaired, we have the expertise to do the job right.

All Pro Asphalt is an asphalt and sealcoating contractor servicing Independence, MO.  We delivers exceptional quality at affordable prices. If you need infrared asphalt repairs, asphalt paving, concrete installation, asphalt crack repairs, sealcoating, concrete repairs or parking lot striping, contact us today. You can request a free estimate by submitting our convenient online form or calling our office at (816) 249-6800.

Harrisonville, MO

Harrisonville, MO

Harrisonville is a vibrant, growing town that serves as the county seat of Cass County. When homeowners and businesses in Harrisonville, MO need concrete installations, asphalt sealcoating, concrete repairs, parking lot striping, asphalt repairs, asphalt crack repairs or infrared asphalt restoration, they know that they can count on All Pro Asphalt for superior results at reasonable rates.

Harrisonville, MO – The History

Drawn by the area’s numerous waterways and rich farmland, settlers from Tennessee, Virginia and Kentucky began arriving in the early 1830s. In 1835, three commissioners were appointed by the Missouri General Assembly to establish a county seat in what was then known as Van Buren County. The new town was to be located no more than five miles from the center of the county. In 1836, the commissioners chose 160 acres for the site of the new town, and Harrisonville was officially founded the following year. The town’s name was chosen to honor one of Missouri’s first two representatives to the United States Congress, Albert Harrison. In 1849, the county’s name was changed to Cass in honor of a candidate in the 1848 presidential election.

In 1860, Harrisonville had 675 residents. During the Civil War, Cass County experienced great suffering, including the infamous order issued by a Union general that ordered the forced evacuation of Cass, Bates and Jackson counties as well as a portion of Vernon County. The intent was to prevent people in the area from providing support to Confederate guerrilla bands. Harrisonville was one of the few towns in the affected counties that was exempted from the order to evacuate. Nevertheless, the mass exodus from the county took a toll on the town’s economy.

By 1900, the population of Harrisonville had grown to 1,844. For many decades, the courthouse square had been the location of much of the town’s commercial activity. In February 1900, a fire broke out, destroying many of the buildings on the south side of the public square. The buildings were quickly rebuilt or repaired, and today, 34 buildings appear on the National Register of Historic Places as the Harrisonville Courthouse Square Historic District.

Although the growth was never explosive, the population of Harrisonville increased steadily from 1870 through 2010. The current estimates place the population at almost 11,000 people.

Paving in Harrisonville, MO

All Pro Asphalt offers our services to homeowners as well as apartment complexes, schools, retailers, office parks, churches, restaurants, hotels and other commercial property owners in Harrisonville. Frequently requested services are listed below.

• Asphalt Crack Repair Harrisonville, MO: Cracks that go unrepaired can lead to serious consequences for your asphalt pavement. Water can enter through the cracks and destabilize the foundation that gives the pavement the strength and resiliency it needs to support traffic. This will typically result in extensive areas of damage that can be expensive to repair.
• Asphalt Paving Harrisonville, MO: Replacing an old pavement or building a new one can be fast and economical when you choose asphalt. Some aging pavements can have their usefulness extended by having an asphalt overlay applied directly to the existing pavement.
• Asphalt Sealcoating Harrisonville, MO: Although sealcoating can restore the color of faded asphalt pavement, it is an essential part of prolonging the pavement’s life. Sealants help protect from the ravages of UV rays, petroleum-based automotive fluids and other things that can shorten the life of your pavement.
• Asphalt Repairs and Infrared Asphalt Restoration Harrisonville, MO: When alligator cracking, potholes or other areas of severe damage need to be repaired, the damaged pavement can be removed and new asphalt installed. However, in many cases, infrared technology can be employed to provide a strong, practically invisible repair.
• Parking Lot Striping Harrisonville, MO: Parking lots differ in the type of traffic they receive, the layout that offers the best utilization of space and the elements they must address to ensure compliance with the ADA. When you need parking lot striping and pavement markings, be sure to choose a contractor with the proper experience.
• Concrete Services Harrisonville, MO: Whether you need new concrete installed or existing concrete pavement repaired, All Pro Asphalt can help.

All Pro Asphalt is an asphalt and asphalt sealcoating contractor servicing Harrisonville, MO, and our goal is to exceed your expectations through superior craftsmanship, outstanding customer service and competitive rates. We install asphalt and concrete pavement, and we also offer asphalt crack repair, sealcoating, parking lot striping, infrared asphalt repair and concrete repair. For a free estimate, call (816) 249-6800 or complete the online request form.

Grandview MO

Nestled amid gently rolling hills, Grandview lies approximately 16 miles from Kansas City. Although it is not the seat of Jackson County, Grandview is growing faster than any other town in the county. Fortunately, Grandview, MO has experienced numerous construction booms since its founding, so residents and business owners know what it takes to support rapid growth. When they need asphalt pavement installed or repaired, sealcoating, concrete installed or repaired, parking lot striping or infrared asphalt repairs, they know that they can rely on All Pro Asphalt for dependable, quality service.

Grandview, MO – The History

Grandview can trace its roots to a farming community known as Anderson District after the proprietor of the area’s only general store, John Anderson. One of the early settlers was a man named Solomon Young, a native of Kentucky who established a 600-acre farm in Grandview during the early 1860s. Young’s grandson lived at the farm from 1884 until 1890; he returned in 1906 and remained until he enlisted in the army in 1917. The grandson’s name was Harry S. Truman, the nation’s 33rd president. Therefore, Truman was living in Grandview when it received its first post office in 1889 and when it was incorporated in 1912.

The year that Grandview was incorporated was the same year that the town received a railroad terminal. The railroad brought an influx of businesses and new residents, and by 1920, the town had a population of 410 people, increasing to more than 700 by 1930. The population declined during the Great Depression, but World War II was to trigger another population boom. A military air base operated by the Army and then by the Air Force boosted Grandview’s economy until the base closed in 1994. Between 1950 and 1990, the population rose from 1,556 to 24,967, and the town experienced a decades-long construction boom. The closing of the base had little impact on the town’s population, which was estimated at almost 25,200 in 2016.

Paving in Grandview, MO

All Pro Asphalt provides paving-related services to a wide range of customers in Grandview, including homeowners, subdivisions, HOAs, retailers, health care centers, manufacturing facilities, religious institutions and schools. Here are some of the frequently requested services in Grandview.

Asphalt Paving Grandview, MO: All Pro Asphalt can install an asphalt overlay, replace an existing pavement or construct a new driveway, parking lot or street. Installation will be speedy as well as economical, but with proper maintenance, you should receive many years of life from your pavement investment.
Asphalt Crack Repair Grandview, MO: Cracks in asphalt pavement can drastically reduce the life of your pavement. Water that penetrates beneath the pavement can erode and destabilize the base, leading to costly repairs or premature failure.
Asphalt Sealcoating Grandview, MO: Sealcoating should be part of your preventive maintenance plan. Sealants protect asphalt pavement from the harmful effects of the sun, automotive fluids and oxidation. Sealcoating also returns faded asphalt pavement to the dark, rich color that it had when it was new.
Parking Lot Striping Grandview, MO: Fresh paint makes any parking lot more attractive, but it also serves to make things easier and safer for the people who use your lot.
Asphalt Repair and Infrared Asphalt Restoration Grandview, MO: Potholes, alligator cracking and large cracks may require removing the affected pavement and installing new asphalt. Infrared asphalt restoration offers an alternative repair method that provides a more aesthetic result that typically lasts longer than a traditional repair.

Concrete Grandview, MO: Whether you need to install a new ramp, repair a sidewalk or install ADA-compliant curb ramps, All Pro Asphalt can help.

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All Pro Asphalt is an asphalt and sealcoating contractor servicing the city of Grandview, MO. We believe in delivering outstanding work at affordable prices. We have the expertise you need if you want long-lasting, attractive results. We offer an extensive range of services, including asphalt overlays and paving, asphalt and concrete repairs, infrared asphalt repair, concrete installation, parking lot striping and asphalt sealcoating. You can use the online form or call (816) 249-6800 to request a free quote on your next project.

Kansas City, MO

Kansas City, MO

When a city has more than 480,000 residents and spans almost 320 square miles, good roads are essential. Adequate parking is also of extreme importance. When people in Kansas City, MO need new or replacement driveways for their homes or parking lots for their businesses, they frequently turn to the paving experts at All Pro Asphalt.

Kansas City, MO – The History

The first European known to visit the area around what is now Kansas City arrived around 1712. His name was Etienne de Veniard, Sieur de Bourgmont, and he was a former commander of Fort Detroit who was fleeing French authorities after deserting his post. In an effort to regain his standing, he wrote two books about the area that were published in 1713 and 1714. His ploy worked, and the French awarded him various high honors and named his commander of the Missouri.

In 1804, the Lewis and Clark Expedition camped in the area for three days. At the time, the population consisted primarily of several Native American tribes and a small number of French fur traders. The first permanent settlement on the site was a French trading post established in 1821 and called “the village of the Kansa.”

After Missouri was admitted to the Union in 1821, American farmers, trappers, traders and scouts began arriving in Jackson County. One of the earliest of these settlers was Moses Grinter, who arrived in 1831 and established a ferry service on the Kansas River. Two years later, the man nicknamed the “father of Kansas City,” John Calvin McCoy, established a trading post that he named “West Port.” Goods for the trading post arrived by boat at a landing near what is now Main Street.

In 1838, local investors purchased 271 acres from a farmer and named the area the Town of Kansas. The town was formally incorporated by Jackson County in 1850, which is traditionally considered the city’s founding date. At the time, there were approximately 1,500 people living in the town. Three years later, Missouri rechristened the town to the City of Kansas and formally incorporated it as such. The city had a population estimated at 2,500 and covered an area of less than a square mile.

Much of the city’s early growth was tied to the westward expansion. The major trails to the west passed through the area, and the city was the last place for travelers to purchase supplies before beginning their long, arduous journeys. However, rail travel began to become increasingly important following the Civil War. When the city was selected as the site for a railway bridge across the Missouri River in 1869, the population boomed. In 1889, the name was officially changed to Kansas City, and by 1890, the population had increased to almost 133,000 people.

Over the years, Kansas City expanded its area through annexation, while a diverse and thriving economy attracted more residents. By 1970, the population of Kansas City peaked at more than 507,000 people. The next two decades saw a drop in population; the population fell to 435,146 in 1990, the lowest point since the 1940s. However, the population rebounded to 441,545 in 2000 and reached 459,787 in 2010.

Paving in Kansas City

Kansas City has built a large economy that has regional importance and influence. The federal government has a significant impact on the local economy, but there are also many manufacturing plants, agricultural organizations, corporate headquarters, health care facilities, transportation companies, financial institutions and energy companies in Kansas City. All Pro Asphalt frequently handles projects for restaurants, industrial facilities, office parks, apartment complexes, hospitals, hotels, subdivisions, religious institutions, retailers, educational institutions and homeowners in Kansas City.

• Asphalt Paving Kansas City, MO: Asphalt paving encompasses new construction, replacement pavements and overlays for existing pavements.
• Asphalt Crack Repair Kansas City, MO: Cracks are a leading cause of pavement failure; water can enter through the breaks and damage the supporting foundation.
• Asphalt Sealcoating Kansas City, MO: Asphalt sealants are designed to guard against damage from the sun, oil spills and oxidation. Sealcoating also rejuvenates the color of asphalt pavement.
• Asphalt Repairs and Infrared Asphalt Repairs Kansas City, MO: Traditionally, potholes, alligator cracking and other major damages have been repaired by removing the damaged area and replacing it. This method is still used, but for some projects, infrared repairs may be preferred for their aesthetic appeal and durability.
• Parking Lot Striping Kansas City, MO: Fresh, professionally applied stripes and pavement markings reduce confusion, increase the property’s visual appeal and make the parking lot safer for your visitors and employees.
• Concrete Kansas City, MO: All Pro Asphalt installs new concrete pavement, and we also offer concrete repairs.

All Pro Asphalt is a well-respected asphalt and sealcoating contractor servicing Kansas City, MO. and we off a variety of services, including asphalt paving, sealcoating, asphalt repair, parking lot striping, infrared asphalt repair, asphalt crack repair, concrete repair and concrete installation. We deliver outstanding results and use superior products, but our rates are highly competitive. You can request a free quote by calling our office at 816-249-6800 or submitting our handy online form.

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