Why choose Lucas Paving?
When you hire us for your next paving job, you’ll be working with a family-owned and operated business who truly cares about you. We’re committed to paving the best driveways in town, but even more than that, we’re committed to excellent customer service, an unparalleled work ethic, and unwavering integrity with every project.
Are you licensed and insured?
Absolutely (and we’re so glad you asked)! Lucas Paving is a Virginia licensed Class A General Contractor, and will provide you a copy of our general liability and workman's compensation insurances. Our license number is 2701020396A and may be reviewed at any time.
No matter who you hire, consider this our tip to you: always check the paperwork! While any company can say they’re "licensed and insured", the only way to be sure is to see a copy of their proof of general liability insurance and workman's compensation. This will protect you from liability for any potential injuries that occur at your home. Workman's compensation insurance offers 100% coverage for situations like this, so you should never hire a company without it.
Do you provide a warranty for your work?
We do! You’re making the investment in your driveway, so we want to make sure you’re taken care of. We offer one of the best warranties in the paving industry – be sure to ask us about it when you contact us for a quote!
Do you need to tear out my existing driveway?
Not always. Asphalt is as good as the base under it, so if your base is in good shape, so are we! Tearing out an old driveway doesn’t always mean a better quality new job – in fact, the existing driveway often works as a great base to carry the weight of the new asphalt topping. We’ll make sure to give you our recommendations when we visit your property for a free estimate.
Can you help with drainage issues?
Yes! We are experts in drainage, and we’re able to install your asphalt in a way that avoids the use of drains, which solves many water issues.
What materials will you use to pave my driveway?
Not all asphalt is created equal. While the industry standard is “surface mix,” or SM 9.5 asphalt, different plants mix stone differently. If larger stones and smaller amounts of hot tar are used, your driveway will be less durable, less dense, and more prone to damage. Instead, we use asphalt that mixes smaller fine stones with the tar, creating a smooth, durable surface that will last for years to come.
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