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Beware of Door-To-Door Paving Contractors

Jim McGlone, who’s owned McGlone Construction since 1971, said he often gets calls from friends and family asking him what he thinks about the deals offered by traveling asphalt contractors. “They always offer a great deal,” McGlone said, “but usually it’s not that great a deal.”

Robert Moore

Herald Staff

Along with daffodils and Bradford pear trees, one of the surest signs of spring is the arrival of the itinerant asphalt contractor with a truck load of blacktop and a lot of promises.

“It’s getting to be about that time,” said Mercer County Ernie Kelty. He’s already been called in on a dispute over asphalt charges. 

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