How Long Does Asphalt Take to Cure?
Asphalt takes approximately one year to fully cure. However, this does not mean that you need to avoid your new road, driveway, or parking lot for that long! Try to keep people, pets, and vehicles away for at least 24 hours, or up to three days if possible. Avoid parking very heavy trucks on the new asphalt for at least a month. After that, be careful for the first 12 months. Try not to park in the same spot every day.
Avoid spilling corrosives such as gasoline, antifreeze, oil, or transmission fluid. Lay down a board under kickstands, car jacks, and similar sharp or pointed objects. You might notice some scuff marks, but with these precautions, this minor damage should become less visible over time.
Based in Abbotsford, Topwest Asphalt also serves Langley, Chilliwack, Mission, and Maple Ridge. Are you ready to start your next asphalt project with a team you can count on to do the job right, on time, and on budget? We invite you to call Topwest Asphalt today at 1-800-ASPHALT to discuss your project and schedule an estimate. We look forward to working with you!