Crack filling is the process of repairing pavement by filling cracks between ¼” to ½” with either hot rubberized crack filler or cold crack filler. Fixing the cracks should be done without delay as the pavement can become brittle and cause future erosion. Click here for more information.
Paving asphalt is the process of applying hot bituminous mix (asphalt) to create roads, driveways, and parking lots. As asphalt dries and cools it cures and becomes harder over time, creating a sturdy structure to withstand the wear and tear of vehicles. Click here for more information.
Seal Coating is a process of applying a protective coating over an existing driveway or parking lot. It’s the best way to prevent damage from gas/oil spills, oxidation, and normal wear and tear. Click here for more information.
Chip sealing is the process of applying oil and pea gravel to a driveway or parking lot. The oil and gravel are applied separately then compacted together to form a sturdy surface. Oil and chip has been used for over 100 years to resurface driveways and parking lots. Click here for more information.
Just like anything in life asphalt or parts of asphalt have a shelf life. Asphalt Repair can be needed for a variety of reasons… older asphalt, under-maintenance asphalt, bad grading, bad compaction, or sitting in water. There are two ways to remedy asphalt in need of repair. Click here for more information.