Small problem areas patched in time can improve the appearance and safety of your property. If they are ignored they only get bigger, more dangerous, and costly to repair.
When patching an area we remove and replace the existing damaged asphalt. Once the damaged area is removed, we will check the underlying sub-grade to check for any damage that could be causing the surface problems. If problems in the sub-grade are found they will need to be repaired before the new asphalt can be placed. The final result will be a strengthened area with an extended life of your pavement.
Any small patching of damaged asphalt should be taken care of as soon as possible. The ultimate goal is to keep water from penetrating the sub-grade and weakening it. Unlike concrete, asphalt is flexible. Therefore it is only as strong as the foundation under it.