Central Texas Striping

Professional Asphalt Paving Services in San Antonio, TX

Welcome to the asphalt paving services page of Central Texas Striping. We are the premier asphalt paving company serving commercial clients in the greater San Antonio, TX region. If you need new asphalt installation, repairs, or maintenance for your parking lot, driveway, private road, or other paved surface, we have the skills, equipment and experience to do the job right.

Our Asphalt Paving Services Include:

Parking Lot Paving

We handle large commercial parking lot paving projects efficiently with top-quality results. Our paving contractors use advanced machines and techniques to prep surfaces and lay durable, smooth new asphalt.

Driveway Paving

We can remove your old worn driveway and pave a brand new one with fresh asphalt. Or we can resurface your existing driveway with a new layer of smooth asphalt.

Private Road Paving

Maintain your private access roads with our professional paving services. We’ll prep the base and lay new durable asphalt optimized for vehicle access.


We also provide prompt asphalt repairs for potholes, cracks, crumbling sections, and other needed fixes to keep your lot or road in top shape.


From sealcoating to restriping and more, we offer ongoing maintenance to maximize the lifespan of your asphalt surfaces.

Our Paving Process:

From start to finish, you can rely on our skilled asphalt crews to provide quality workmanship:

Site Evaluation

We’ll assess the current state of your lot or road and determine needed repairs.

Surface Prep

Existing asphalt is milled down and the base is graded and compacted.


After tack coating, hot-mix asphalt is machine laid for optimal smoothness and drainage.


A protective sealcoat is applied to extend the life of your new asphalt.


 For parking lots, we restripe lanes, stalls, arrows, handicap spaces, and more as a finishing touch.

FAQs About Asphalt Paving

Contact Central Texas Striping today for a quote on our asphalt paving services in the San Antonio area. We provide quality, long-lasting results at competitive prices.

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Asphalt provides a smooth, durable surface that stands up well to heavy use and weather. It requires minimal maintenance and is cost-effective compared to other pavement types. Asphalt surfaces can last 20-30 years when properly installed.

For worn, distressed asphalt, paving a new layer is better than simply sealcoating the original asphalt. It provides a fresh, smooth surface and solid foundation. But sealcoating is good preventative maintenance between major repaving jobs.

The process involves evaluating the existing surface, repairing any damage, prepping the base, applying tack coat, laying the asphalt mix, compacting it, sealing the surface, and restriping parking lots. Proper grading and drainage is also key.

It’s ready for light traffic after 24 hours but continues to cure and harden fully over 2-3 months. Avoid parking heavy vehicles on it and let any temporary markings wear off naturally.

Prepping involves milling or scraping away old asphalt, digging out soft spots in the base, adding solid fill as needed, grading, and compacting the area to create a sturdy foundation for paving over.

Yes, it’s important to fix any underlying issues to prevent them from reappearing after paving. We’ll repair cracks, fill potholes, address drainage issues, etc. prior to paving.

On commercial parking lots, we typically pave with 2 inches of new asphalt over 4-6 inches of compacted base material. Driveways are often 1.5-2 inches over a 3-4 inch base.

Factors like the square footage, amount of repair work needed, type of asphalt mix used, prep work involved, and more affect the overall project cost. We provide detailed quotes.

With proper maintenance like occasional sealcoating, asphalt lasts 20-30 years on average before needing repaved. Higher traffic areas may need it sooner.

Let the asphalt fully cure for 24 hours before driving on it lightly. Wait at least 2-3 days before parking heavy vehicles. New asphalt needs time to gain its full strength.

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