Asphalt Contractor Calistoga CA

In Calistoga, CA, Gateway Paving is the most trusted asphalt company to call for all of your commercial, residential, municipal, and industrial paving projects. For years, we’ve been the premier professionals in installing driveways and parking lots, repairing potholes, and concrete services in California. Our company employs only crew members with full insurance and licensing, ensuring that their training is up to date with the latest paving techniques. Our paving solutions include preventative maintenance and repair packages to keep your pavement sturdy and beautiful for as long as possible.

Trusted Asphalt Company in Calistoga, CA

Why Choose Us

  • Our company ensures each crew member has full insurance and licensing and comprehensive training on the latest and greatest of paving techniques.
  • Keeping your pavement beautiful and sturdy for as long as possible is an important part of the paving process; our preventative maintenance and repair packages service to extend the lifespan of your property.
  • The seasoned team we employ covers all aspects of your asphalt paving project, being skilled and experienced enough to handle any installations, repairs, or maintenance from start to finish.

About Calistoga, CA

A city in Napa County, CA, Calistoga is part of the North Bay Region of the San Francisco Bay Area. It had a population of 5,227 as of the 2020 census. It was founded in 1868 when the California Pacific Railroad was being built, causing the town to be put on the map as a popular tourist destination due to the local hot springs. It continues to be a popular tourist destination due to its vineyards and historic landmarks.

Located at the north end of the Napa Valley, Calistoga is firmly part of California’s Wine Country. The city is unique in that it permits visitors to see Wine Country as before freeways, fast food, and other establishments of modernity. Only two-lane roads lead through the area, including those sections of Highway 29 and 128 that pass through Calistoga. Fast food franchises are banned by law in the area, and local restaurants fill the void. The town is noted for its hot springs spas offering unique local mud treatments for the skin and the mind. An artificial geothermal geyser is known as the “Old Faithful of California” or “Little Old Faithful.” The geyser erupts outward from the casing of a well drilled in the late 19th century, resulting in a man drilling in search of water only to open up a dead geyser. No matter what your interest is, Calistoga has something for you.

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