Asphalt Patches & Repair
We handle all types of asphalt repair. No matter how high quality your asphalt surface started out to be, over a certain amount of time all surfaces become damaged. This can be the result of exposure to weather, fluids from vehicles, the sheer weight of vehicles or a combination of all those things. When asphalt is damaged, the quicker you can have it repaired, the better. If you leave it unattended, the damage will only get worse—and sometimes that happens very quickly. Whatever asphalt repairs you need, our paving specialists can provide prompt, high-quality service at affordable prices.
Patching Potholes & sinkhole
Patching is the process of filling potholes or excavated areas in the asphalt pavement. Quick repair of potholes or other pavement disintegration helps control further deterioration and expensive repair of the pavement. Deep patching is the removal of four inches or more of the pavement surface course
Root heave, sometimes called pavement heave, is triggered by tree roots that do not have sufficient growing space underground, caused largely by compacted soil that has been densified to provide structural stability for the overlying pavement. This forces the tree’s roots to colonize immediately underneath the hardscape surface, causing the paved surface to lift, crack, and create aesthetic and safety issues.
Alligator cracks in your asphalt driveway look similar to the scales on an alligator or like a spider web on your driveway. These cracks are not very deep, but they are long and widespread across your concrete. One crack is generally connected to another crack, hence the term alligator crack or spider web crack. These cracks are common on asphalt driveways and are easy to fix if you have the right supplies.