Asphalt Repair Service Types
Potholes can form throughout parking lots in various shapes, sizes, and depths. Left untreated they will continue to grow as traffic and weather conditions cause additional deterioration. We have several repair capabilities for emergency needs, semi-permanent, and permanent options.[button href="https://asphalt365.wpengine.com/services/pothole-repair/"]Read More[/button]
Infrared Asphalt Repair
Infrared asphalt repairs can be completed in 30 minutes or less! This repair process is a quick and economical choice. The results are a level, smooth, and seamless repair. The only difference is the darker patch which is a result of the newer materials combine with existing asphalt on location which is heated and raked in place once molten.
Crack sealing repair services should be performed at the first sign of pavement deterioration. Cracks that are not treated will continue to grow and cause a domino effect of other pavement problems. A weakened base or sub-base layer could result in additional repair services such as asphalt milling. Regular pavement maintenance can pay off in the long run by extending the life of costly resurfacing or demolition by almost of the asphalt's lifespan.
Utility Cut / Trench Repair
Utility cuts and trench repairs can seem like an overwhelming process for even the experienced property manager. These types of repairs tend to be for emergency or quick repair applications. We have crews available 24/7 in case these problems arise. We will work with municipalities to meet or exceed any soil density specifications for the subgrade and on the surface a seamless repair will be made.
Asphalt resurfacing (aka asphalt overlay) can be applied directly to existing pavement surfaces. This process is typically used when the conditions of the lot are not practical to sealcoat but also not worn enough to demolish. If extensive repairs are needed milling may need to be done to smooth and even out the pavement in problem area and along transitional points.
Asphalt milling is the controlled removal of the existing asphalt pavement. Removal depth can range from the surface layer to the base course. Milling is a process that corrects and restores the original grade and smooths the surface for new asphalt resurfacing. Another term for asphalt milling is cold planing or profiling.