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Bolingbrook Commercial Paving & Sealcoating Solutions

Bolingbrook, Illinois businesses depend on having high quality asphalt paving and concrete, because it will add curb appeal and value to their property. This is why businesses contact Smooth Paving. We have the experience and dedication in the industry. We started from the ground up and provided our customers with outstanding asphalt paving services. This has made us one of the local leaders in the industry. We offer a wide range of paving and concrete services to meet the needs of our customers.

Asphalt Paving & Snow Services Provided in Bolingbrook, Illinois

Smooth Paving provides services in Bolingbrook, Illinois and surrounding Chicagoland Suburbs for your parking lot needs. Our paving solutions and services are noted below:

  • Bolingbrook Removing & Replacing Asphalt
  • Bolingbrook Asphalt Overlays
  • Bolingbrook New Parking Lot Pavement
  • Bolingbrook Asphalt Repair
  • Bolingbrook Parking Lot Sealcoating
  • Bolingbrook Concrete & ADA
  • Bolingbrook Milling & Resurfacing
  • Bolingbrook Striping
  • Bolingbrook Crack Filling
  • Bolingbrook Asphalt Maintenance Planning


Smooth Paving can install or repair your parking lot. Our employees are trained and qualified. We thrive on providing excellence.


Bolingbrook, Illinois

Will and DuPage Counties, 26 miles SW of the Loop. Few communities demonstrate the interstate highway system’s profound influence on suburban development as well as Bolingbrook. The opening of Interstate 55 in the early 1960s made the farm fields of northern Will County more accessible to Chicago, attracting developers and residents. Incorporated in 1965, Bolingbrook grew from thinly settled farmland to the second-largest community in Will County (behind Joliet ) in less than 10 years.

The Potawatomi lived in this area from the late 1700s. In 1816, the Indians ceded a 10-mile-wide area on both sides of the Des Plaines River to the U.S. government. The northern line of the “Indian Boundary” passed through Bolingbrook. The area’s first white residents settled west of Bolingbrook where the DuPage River splits into its east and west branches.

Captain John Barber of Vermont came to Bolingbrook in 1832. Barber and his family claimed 211 acres near the intersection of two Indian trails (today’s Route 53 and Boughton Road), where they operated a dairy farm. Barber named the area Barber’s Corners, a designation that lasted until Bolingbrook’s incorporation. Other settlers, many from Vermont, made their homes in Barber’s Corners and established sawmills and gristmills, a tavern, a post office, and a cheese factory.

Agricultural ways of life continued into the first half of the twentieth century. While other communities developed in proximity to railroads or the Illinois & Michigan Canal, the Bolingbrook area continued to rely on roads for transportation. Fittingly, roads would propel the region’s transformation after World War II.

President Dwight Eisenhower helped determine Bolingbrook’s future when he signed the Interstate Highway Act into law in 1956. The legislation prompted the decision to replace U.S. Route 66, which ran just south of Bolingbrook, with a limited-access superhighway. The expressway, designated Interstate 55, would be constructed closer to the Bolingbrook area, promoting faster travel to and from Chicago.

Dover Construction Company developed Westbury, Bolingbrook’s first subdivision, west of Route 53 and north of I-55 on Briarcliff Road. Colonial Village, an even larger development east of 53, followed. An attempt to incorporate the two subdivisions in 1963 failed by more than a three-to-one margin. In 1965 proponents for incorporation mounted a stronger effort, which succeeded. Bolingbrook’s affordable housing, combined with its newfound proximity to Chicago, attracted thousands of residents. By 1972, 15,000 called Bolingbrook home.

In 1975, the Old Chicago entertainment complex opened for business in Bolingbrook. Touted as “the world’s first shopping center/amusement ride park,” Old Chicago combined vaudevillian themes with county fair–type rides and two hundred stores. The complex never lived up to expectations and closed in 1980.

Bolingbrook participated in the area’s massive growth in the 1980s and 1990s. New subdivisions have pushed the population to over 50,000, while large areas of open land remain available for development.


Smooth Paving is who homeowners and businesses contact for the best asphalt and concrete services in Bolingbrook, Illinois. Contact us today to schedule a consultation at your home or business.