Best Paving Contractor in Lafayette LA

Over the years, Elite Sealcoating has become Lafayette LA’s most trusted asphalt paving company by always working with integrity and dedication to our local customers. With over 15 years experience paving in Louisiana and southeast Texas, we can help you upgrade your asphalt pavement or install a brand new commercial parking lot, a beautiful asphalt driveway, or a safe roadway on your LA property.

Paving Services Offered in the Lafayette LA Area

Parking Lot Sealcoating

Pavement Markings & ADA Compliance

– Asphalt Paving

Pavement Maintenance

– Pothole Repair

– Hot Crack Sealing


Why Choose Us

  • We’ve got over fifteen years experience paving in southern Louisiana and Texas, so we’re positioned to give locals the most durable asphalt pavement and provide permanent fixes to their pavement or drainage problems.
  • Our paving contractors are dedicated to bringing quality work to our local clients, so we maintain professional licensing as well as full insurance coverage.
  • As a family owned and operated business, we understand the importance of a strong work ethic, pricing transparency, and integrity in all our dealings with property managers, homeowners, and suppliers.

About Lafayette LA

The seat and largest city in Lafayette Parish Louisiana is the city of the same name, and in 2019 it had a Census-estimated population of approximately 126,000, almost half of the parish as a whole. Known as the “Heart of Acadiana” and “The Hub City,” Lafayette is a major center for technology and transportation in the area, as well as retail, healthcare, and social services. As the home of a major branch of the University of Louisiana, Lafayette is also a regional education hub. Many important companies and organizations have their regional or national headquarters in the city as well, including JP Morgan Chase and IberiaBank in banking, Brookshire Grocery Company and Albertsons in the retail sector, Amazon and CGI in the technology sector, and the Ochsner Health System.

While all these companies offer valuable jobs and services to residents, there’s also a lot for visitors to the greater Lafayette LA area to enjoy. There are many cultural organizations serving locals and tourists including the Acadiana Symphony Orchestra and Conservatory of Music, the Lafayette Ballet Theatre and Dance Conservatory, and the Performing Arts Society of Acadiana; all of which offer regular concerts and performances as well as instruction. As the home of a large state university branch, Lafayette also hosts the collegiate sports teams called the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns, as well as the semiprofessional football team, the Bayou Hurricanes, at Clark Field. Their many sports arenas, including the Cajundome and Evangeline Downs, host a number of regional sports teams from bush-league baseball (Acadiana Cane Cutters) to flat-track roller derby (Acadiana Rollergirls), and even soccer (Lafayette Swamp Cats).

Downtown Lafayette LA has a lot to see and do with local history museums and historical sites like the Alexandre Mouton House Museum, as well as arts centers, restaurants, and a thriving nightlife. The cultural park called Acadian Village is a reconstructed Cajun bayou community which preserves the area’s unique cultural history. There are also a lot of natural areas to enjoy, including Cypress Lake, which features a nature center and plenty of fishing spots. The nearby Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve protects the natural beauty of the Mississippi River Delta but also provides locals and tourists with plenty of opportunities for boating, camping, and hunting.

Lafayette Parish LA

The combined statistical area including the city and the parish of Lafayette is one of the most populous regions of Louisiana, with an estimated 2019 population of almost 500,000, surpassing the Shreveport–Bossier City metropolitan area in terms of residents. Other communities in Lafayette Parish, Louisiana include:

Youngsville LA

Located just south of Lafayette, Youngsville LA, “a place where life is sweeter,” is a bedroom community for the urban area with an estimate population of 14,077 in 2018. Settled by French Acadian farmers in the early 1800s, Youngsville is home to one of the oldest Catholic churches in the state, Saint Anne’s Church, and Church Street is still a major street with many shops and restaurants. Popular Foster Memorial Park offers a great place to picnic or relax, and the Youngsville Sports Complex hosts lots of games over the year.

Carencro LA

Just north of the city along Highway 49 lies Carencro LA, a small bedroom community with a population of just under 8,000. The name is derived from the French Cajun word for buzzard after the large flocks of carrion birds who roosted in the area’s cypress trees. The town is home to the Farm d’Allie Golf Club, a large golf course, and Pelican Park. Prejean’s restaurant is a popular spot to enjoy unique Louisiana cuisine.

Breaux Bridge LA

Just east of Carencro is Breaux Bridge LA, with a 2010 population of 8,000 reflecting a 1,000 person growth from 2000. Called the “Crawfish Capital of the World” (“La Capitale Mondiale de l’Écrevisse” in French), this quaint Cajun community celebrates native foods with tons of restaurants and festivals throughout the year, as well as local swamp tours. In 1829, the town was founded and planned by a formidable Acadian woman named Scholastique Picou Breaux, daughter of local pioneer Firmin Breaux.

St Martinville LA

This scenic small town with a population just over 6,000 epitomizes the state’s nickname, “a sportsman’s paradise.” It’s located right on the Bayou Teche, a 125 mile long waterway that was the original course of the Mississippi River thousands of years ago. Evangeline Oak Park is a great place to take in the local natural beauty. Many Saint Martinville residents are descendants of some of the original Cajun families to settle in Louisiana, and they are proud of their unique heritage. The Longfellow-Evangeline Historic Site, a restored 1800s era plantation, preserves this history.

Abbeville LA

Located just southwest of Lafayette LA along highway 167, Abbeville, population 12,257 as of the 2010 US Census, is the seat of Vermillion Parish, even though it is close to the city of Lafayette. The residents are also proud of their French Cajun cultural heritage, and the Louisiana Military Hall of Fame and Museum is located here, as well as the Sam Guarino Blacksmith Shop Museum, which preserves and celebrates local history.

Completed parking lot sealcoating project in Lafayette LA

Elite Sealcoating LLC recently completed a hot crack filling,  parking lot sealcoating and line striping project for a local big box store.  Check back for more pictures and details soon!