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A Reputation Built on Trust

At Lloyd Boyce Paving Inc. we work hard everyday to continue to grow our reputation as the top full-service paving company in the region. Learn more about our company here.

Since 1954

Established in 1954

Lloyd Boyce Paving Inc. was originally established in 1954 under the name of R.T. MacPherson Paving. Lloyd Boyce purchased the business in 1980.

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Family Owned & Operated

Family Values

Thanks to family values and a lot of elbow grease, Lloyd Boyce Paving Inc. grew into the respected full-service paving company it is today.

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Top-Quality Services

Tradition of Trust

Our team continues its proud tradition of providing residential & commercial clients with top-quality paving service at reasonable rates.

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Customer Focused

Countless Happy Clients

There is still nothing that gives our crew greater happiness than seeing one of our satisfied clients beam after a job well done.

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Mission Statement

“Our goal is to exceed our customers’ expectations and provide quality workmanship with aesthetically pleasing results that will stand the test of time.”

Steve Bates

52 Years of Experience

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There is still nothing that gives our crew greater happiness than seeing one of our satisfied clients beam after a job well done.

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Paving Pros

You can count on Lloyd Boyce Paving to deliver you a beautiful driveway that enhances your homes curb appeal and is built to last!

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Lloyd Boyce Paving. 519-468-2111. Norwich. www.lloydboycepaving.com

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Have a question about your asphalt? At Lloyd Boyce Paving we make a point of being transparent about the paving process.

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