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(951) 735-7200

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Based in Orange County, TLG Paving Company is a fully insured, bonded and licensed company, that provides complete asphalt and concrete services for commercial and industrial properties throughout the Southern California area.

Tom Gilchriese started TLG Paving Company in 1998, and has maintained long lasting customer relationships that have flourished on the backdrop of providing reliability, dependability and a level of uncompromised expertise at an affordable and competitive price.  Throughout the duration of any job, we ensure public safety, superior traffic control and take pride in offering a flexible work schedule that is solely based around tenant convenience.      

TLG Paving Company provides top quality workmanship and offers a complete line of services which include simple pothole patching to extensive repairs, new parking lots and driveways, petromat overlays, concrete, seal coating, striping and ADA Requirement compliance just to name a few.  We use quality materials to ensure you get the longest life possible out of your investment.  We are a company dedicated to an unparalleled quality of work and service to our clients.

TLG Paving Company is committed to providing quality service and dedicated to bringing the best experience to your job.
Our knowledgeable and professional staff is dedicated to maintaining customer satisfaction.
You know you can count on us to provide excellent materials and quality services.

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TLG Paving Company Goes Green!
TLG Paving is doing it's part to help the environment by using reclaim and recycled asphalt. Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement (RAP) such as ground up old tire rubber, can help greatly reduce energy, waste, and pollution. 

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