Concrete is one of the most preferred paving solutions in Texas. Not all concrete solutions are made equal however. Some solutions can result in unwanted and unforeseen issues. These issues can include pavement not being as durable as advertised and causing potholes and loose gravel to form.

That’s why here at Lone Star Paving, we make sure to have the capacity to provide quality mixes from long-lasting material. Our premium concrete mix design ensures you receive a quality product that lasts. Our concrete projects come with a one-year quality guarantee, so you can rest assured that your paving investment will last.

With 125 years of combined experience, the Lone Star Paving team can handle any hand and auger concrete paving project in the Austin, Temple, and San Antonio area.

Concrete Flatwork Service

What is Concrete?

Concrete is a long-lasting and durable paving solution. It’s ideal for:

  • Roads
  • Parking lots
  • Flatwork
  • Sidewalks
  • ADA accessibility ramps
  • Any high traffic or load-bearing surface.

Concrete’s foundations are cost-effective and low maintenance overall. This makes concrete the ideal choice for commercial areas with high vehicle and foot traffic and for civil engineers!

Components of Concrete Paving & Texture

The foundations of concrete can consist of sand, rock, or gravel. Cement acts as a powder that when mixed with water and material can lead to creating concrete. Looking to find out more about how our projects are unique? Our concrete and asphalt paving experts can provide you with the accurate info you need.

Concrete Paving

The properties of concrete’s low resistance makes it a premium surface to boost fuel efficiency and minimize tire wear. We use concrete paving machines and mixers that are capable of carrying out large paving projects in the Austin, Temple, and San Antonio area. With different forms of finishing, the top layer of concrete can be grooved to allow for water to flow off of the surface.

Concrete Contractors in Austin & Central Texas

The Lone Star Paving team is highly experienced with concrete handwork. Our team of contractors can make custom forms to best suit the design and needs of your Austin, Temple, or San Antonio based property. We can also apply finishing designs, textures, and colors to your concrete to both boost the look and the safety of your flatwork.

Flatworked Pavement vs Concrete without Flatwork

Our professional contractors use concrete for flatwork features that either need more support from a substrate, like dumpster pads or need to be perfectly straight and smooth, like with ADA accessible ramps. It’s a versatile construction material and allows us to apply different finishes and textures. Without flatwork, pavements can form into unsafe and uneven surfaces for foot and vehicle traffic. This can result in costly repairs in the future as well as not satisfying guidelines expected to be followed.

Sidewalks

We can handle any sized sidewalk project for commercial shopping centers, business parks, and streets. Using the Americans with Disabilities Act’s design and compliance rules, we’ll ensure that your sidewalks are both safe and long lasting.

Dumpster Pads

With new paving projects we will work with you and the design standards to place a dumpster pad in the designated area. Dumpster pads are poured with a strong rebar and aggregate substrate so the surface will hold up to heavy weight and pressure.

ADA Accessible Ramps

We are capable of pouring Americans with Disabilities Act compliant ramps. All of our exterior building work is compliant to regulations and guidelines for accessibility. We also offer ramp finishing to improve the grip and safety of your ramps.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is concrete flatwork in Austin & San Antonio?

Concrete flatwork refers to the process of making poured concrete flat—to be used for sidewalks, driveways, parking lots, patios, and other spaces that require ‘flat’ surfaces. In Texas, concrete flatwork typically involves forming a frame and a sub-base of aggregate rock—which strengthens the concrete and reduces the chances of cracks from forming. Once poured, the concrete will be compacted and flattened—using a combination of tools (like floats, trowels, and edgers) and special paving techniques to shape and finish the concrete.

How much concrete do I need for my San Antonio or Austin flatwork project?

How much concrete you need will depend on the scope of your project. We’ll work with you to identify how much concrete you need for your project and charge a fair price to install it.

How much is concrete paving in San Antonio and Austin?

The cost of concrete paving in Austin and San Antonio generally is the quality of the concrete (higher priced concrete generally lasts longer, with less maintenance involved) as well as the labor required to install it.

At Lone Star Paving, we try to charge a fair price for a job well done, and provide free project estimates for all our professional flatwork service projects. Contact us today to get a free quote on your concrete paving or flatwork project in Austin or San Antonio.

What is concrete in Austin, Texas made of?

Austin & San Antonio concrete is made from the very basics: cement, aggregate (rock and sand), water solids, and other additives used to enhance or modify its properties. It’s a versatile tool that never goes out of style, which is why it’s used so often.

How can I clean concrete in San Antonio and Austin?

Concrete can be cleaned first by using a blower to remove any loose debris that may be on top of it, followed by using a pressure washer to remove any residual gunk. You may also want to spot treat stains by scrubbing the area with a mix of liquid laundry detergent and water, followed by rinsing it with water and allowing it to air dry.

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We strive to ensure our projects are cost-effective and completed efficiently. If you’re looking for premium quality and service at an affordable cost, Lone Star Paving is the right choice for you. Contact us today so one of our experts can come out and give you an honest estimate.