Speed Bump Installation

Not every object placed on the road to slow traffic is a speed bump. What some people call speed bumps are actually speed humps or speed cushions. Understanding the differences between these three types of speed impediments can help you determine which option will best suit your needs.

Contact us today to determine which speed impediment will be most effective on your property.

The Process

Planning and Assessment

We identify areas where speed bumps are needed based on traffic flow, safety concerns, community feedback, and road conditions. We consider elements such as speed limits, visibility, and pedestrian crossings.

Design and Installation

We prepare installation sites, mark locations, ensure drainage, and construct using suitable materials, so we adhere to design specifications.

Evaluation and Maintenance

We monitor speed bump effectiveness, conduct regular inspections for wear or damage, perform maintenance as needed, and gather feedback from residents and stakeholders to assess impact and make adjustments as needed.

Key Benefits

Our Service Areas

We proudly serve clients in Austin, San Antonio, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, and across the entire state of Texas.
Our Offices:
15 Roundville Lane Round Rock, TX 78664

802 N. Stemmons Freeway, Lewisville, TX 75067

5618 E. Houston Road, Houston, TX 77028

Have a job that extends beyond our service area? No worries. Our Pave America partners can help.
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Contact a pavement specialist today to get started on your next project.