Unaddressed, damaged or failing pavement can present hazards to drivers and pedestrians and unwanted liabilities for property owners. The resulting pothole typically has sharp edges and vertical sides at the surface layer, which can cause serious damage to passing vehicles. What people don’t realize is that most defects can be addressed before they become major potholes—and without major repaving.
Our proven asphalt-patching methods involve cutting and milling out the failed pavement, excavating to the aggregate base, replacing the asphalt and compacting it to the appropriate depth. Next, we seal any cracks with an emulsion of asphalt. The result is a safe, cost-effective fix engineered to last.