Potholes can form during any season and should be repaired immediately before causing serious injury or damage. Patching repairs are a cost-effective way of eliminating further damage, liability, deterioration, and pavement related headaches.
The presence of these concerns does not mean that repaving or other major scopes are necessary. Repairing potholes before liability issues arise can avoid unreasonable injury settlements. Our proven technique of patching asphalt allows you to repair these particular areas in a cost-effective way.
The Repair Process:
Stage One – The broken, failed, or liability areas are identified as concerns that should be addressed.
Stage Two – The areas are cut square with a jack-hammer or saw cut (depending on the region or by request) and excavated to the aggregate sub base.
Stage Three – Asphalt is installed at an average compact depth of 3”.
Stage Four – Finally, edges are sealed with asphalt emulsion to improve bonding with the surrounding existing asphalt.