INFRARED ASPHALT REPAIR & REMOVALS
Pavements fail for many reasons. Whether it’s a lack of gravel base, insufficient thickness, poor drainage or a combination of these. Asphalt Maintenance and Paving can use infrared technology or our removal process to remedy damaged areas. The result is a smooth, permanent repair.
Infrared Repair Process
- Applying heat to damaged pavement to soften
- Install new hot mix asphalt
- Once compacted, the old and new are fused together for a permanent repair
- Open for traffic within 30 minutes
Asphalt Removal Process
- Saw-cut straight edges and remove
- Stabilize the base as needed
- Install the hot mix and compact
When the underlying base appears to be structurally sound, your best bet to repair worn-out areas is with Asphalt Paver Patching. It’s an effective, efficient fix for deteriorated or depressed asphalt surfaces. Contact Asphalt Maintenance and Paving for a free quote and asphalt evaluation.
CRACK ROUTING & HOT CRACK SEALING
Crack Routing is a crucial step to prepping any crack before cleaning and filling. Crack Routing allows the crack to be cleaned properly, exposes a fresh clean side wall for better adhesion, and allows more material into the crack so it can expand and contract with our climate’s freeze thaws.
Asphalt Maintenance & Paving will specify the width and depth of the cut for each project. All cracks are cleaned with forced air and, if necessary, a heat lance to dry out moisture and remove vegetation.
If you’re not Crack Routing and Hot Crack Sealing your damaged areas, you’re putting a bandaid on a broken arm. Make sure your problem never comes back with Asphalt Maintenance & Paving’s Crack Routing and Hot Crack Sealing.
Hot Crack Sealing
Ever wonder what causes potholes? The majority start as an unsealed crack that has taken on moisture over the years. Hot Crack Sealing, in conjunction with Crack Routing, is by far the most cost-efficient and permanent repair method available today. Asphalt Maintenance & Paving uses State and Federal-approved materials on all projects to keep water and debris from re-entering the sub-base.