S&G Asphalt Paving Services, LLC has been professionally installing residential driveways and commercial parking lots throughout the entire Lehigh Valley surrounding area. Through the years we have become one of Allentown’s most trusted and reputable paving and sealcoating experts.
Why choose us
– We consistently invest in the training and education of our key employees
– Our employees obtain paving certifications through all lines of work
– We’ve been in business since 1982, so please take advantage of our expertise, professionalism, and our total commitment to this industry
Allentown is located in Lehigh County, eastern Pennsylvania, United States. It is the third most populated city in the state with a population of 120, 443 in the last US census.
Allentown is home for recreation. It is nationally known for its parks system. There is a lot to see and plenty of history. The most popular and classic parks and recreational facilities in Allentown include Allen Park, Arts Park, Bucky Boyle Park, Allentown Municipal Golf Course, Earl F. Hunsicker Bicentennial Park, Little Lehigh Parkway, Lumber and Benson Playlot, Cedar Creek Park, East Side Reservoir, Fountain Park, Franklin Park, Stevens Park, Keck Park and Valencia Park. All the parks in Allentown are well maintained and suits every person no matter the age. Cultural sites in Allentown include the Haines Mill Museum, the Museum of Indian Culture, Allentown Art Museum, and the Civic Theatre of Allentown. In Liberty Bells Museum, you get a chance to see the replica of the original Liberty Bell. The bell was brought to Allentown together with other wagons for safekeeping during the American Revolution. The bell was brought to Allentown in 1777 after George Washington was unable to save Philadelphia from British.
In May every year, the city is flooded with hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over the world to attend Mayfair (a five days multicultural arts festival). In July, Lehigh Valley Blues Festival (a four-day event) also attracts thousands of tourists to this great city.
Lake Beltsville in Beltziller park makes Allentown a vacation site for those who want to be part of the action. The city has dozens of lakes that make it a haven for water sporting. Boating, swimming, sledding in the winter, ice skating, and ice fishing. The Pocono Mountains in the northern part of the city provides hiking and camping. You can also visit America on Wheels Museum to take photos in the driver’s seat of wheel cars and text knowledge on auto tools.