This wet weather can make getting up some of these steep driveways in Canyon Lake tough! Here, Luke's Asphalt added road base to fill in some deep washouts that made this Driveway inaccessible and added 2.5" of Hot Mix asphalt. If your having trouble with rain washing your driveway out or just need a new asphalt driveway in the Canyon Lake area, give us a call today 830-438-4030
Luke's Asphalt installed a new asphalt driveway in the River Crossing subdivision today. The existing driveway was already asphalt but had reached a point that maintenance was no longer an option. A asphalt overlay is a great option for anyone with a old asphalt driveway beyond repair.
Today Luke’s Asphalt removed and replaced the drive threw at Schlotski’s Deli in Bulverde Texas. The original pavement had failed due to a failure in the original base material. Luke’s Asphalt removed the existing asphalt, added a concrete stabilized base material, and installed new asphalt.
Luke's Asphalt Paving installed this asphalt driveway in Pipe Creek, Texas.
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If you have recently had an asphalt parking lot or driveway installed, you may have some questions about the next steps in maintaining your newly paved surface. Educating yourself on these steps can guarantee the longevity of your new asphalt pavement.
-Wait at least 24 hours before parking on your pavement. During our hot summer months here in San Antonio, parking on your asphalt too soon can leave unsightly indentations.
- Use caution when parking a trailer or motorcycle on your new pavement. A trailer tongue or motorcycle kick stand can cause permanent damage if the asphalt has not fully cured. We recommend a small piece of plywood under each of these for the first couple weeks to prevent damage.
- When your asphalt pavement is brand new, the surface is very black. Sometimes, you may be able to notice roller marks or some slightly different textures on the surfaces where hand work was done. After a short time of usage, however, the surface will blend together and have a very smooth appearance.
- During the first few months, especially in hot weather, make sure your wheels are rolling before turning your power steering. Failure to do so can create power steering scares and blemishes in your new asphalt pavement. Over time, they will become less noticeable, but it’s best to avoid it if possible.
- Newly paved surfaces should be sealed within about 6-18 months after installation. Generally, you want a full summer to elapse before the first sealing to allow the new asphalt a chance to fully cure. If you start noticing lots of loose rocks on the surface of your driveway, it’s probably time for a sealcoat. When in doubt, give us a call and we’d be happy to take a look and give you our recommendation.
- Luke’s Asphalt Paving guarantees your new asphalt for 1 year, until it has time to fully cure. It’s rare that we have issues with our asphalt, but if an edge breaks off or you get a pothole in the pavement, we will take care of it at no charge. Due to varying soil conditions, we do not guarantee against cracks and sealcoating is not included as part of the warranty.
If you have any further questions on post-paving procedures, don’t hesitate to contact us!
Whether your driveway is big or small, we do it all! Asphalt paving and additions, asphalt overlay, asphalt repair and maintenance.
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Luke's Asphalt Paving has served Spring Branch and our surrounding communities for over 50 years! Check out this asphalt driveway we installed in Canyon Lake this week.
Dallas and Billy Luke
This is a log of some of the jobs we complete so that you can get a feel for the quality workmanship Luke's Asphalt provides.