POTHOLE PATCHING & INFRARED REPAIRS

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Potholes can be caused by a few different factors, including sloppy installation, lac of maintenance, prolonged exposure to the elements, harmful chemicals, and more. Most often though, potholes occur when moisture penetrates cracks, the cracks increase in size, and asphalt breaks off into smaller pieces. Asphalt surfaces are the most vulnerable during the winter due to the freeze-thaw weather cycle, deicing methods, and frequent salting; causing cracks and potholes to grow and worsen.

Potholes are dangerous because they can cause damage to pedestrians and vehicles. Asphalt patching and infrared patching repairs parking lot potholes. Pavement Solutions offers cold, hot, and infrared patching methods.

Patching Process

  • Damaged asphalt is saw-cute and removed
  • Tack coat is applied to the patch perimeter
  • Asphalt is added in lifts, raked, and compacted with a vibratory roller.
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Patching Process

  • Damaged asphalt is saw-cute and removed
  • Tack coat is applied to the patch perimeter
  • Asphalt is added in lifts, raked, and compacted with a vibratory roller.

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Infrared Asphalt Repairs

This type of patching is an alternative to traditional patching methods. The process involves heating up a pavement area to make it workable, then the top lift of existing asphalt is removed. New asphalt is then added to existing asphalt, along with a liquid rejuvenator, during the raking process. The repaired area is then compacted with a vibratory roller.
Some common uses for Infrared Asphalt Repair Patching include: repairing newer pavements without needing to saw-cut, adjusting the height and pitch of pavements, creating a smooth path at transition points, and bonding speed bumps.

Benefits of Infrared Asphalt Repairs