Pothole Filling / Asphalt Patching
Whether its from constant traffic, harsh weather, or chemicals, an asphalt driveway or parking lot undergoes much wear and tear. Potholes and cracks in the pavement are not just unappealing but also dangerous to pedestrians and vehicles. Maintaining and repairing potholes is important to extending the life of your pavement. A pothole costs less money to fix than replacing an entire parking lot. BG Paving and Hauling are experts at pothole filling and asphalt patching for both residences and businesses in the area. Give us a call today at (423) 207-5263 for a free estimate.
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Why Choose BG Paving and Hauling for Pothole Filling
Left unfilled, cracks allow for rain and moisture to flow through the pavement and erode base materials. This will ultimately result in potholes. Pothole filling will more than double the life cycle of your asphalt pavement and provide maximum curb appeal. Since 2001, BG Paving and Hauling pothole filling professionals have been improving homes and businesses by filling and patching failing asphalt.
Pothole Filling / Asphalt Patching Process
Correct selection of pothole patching materials and proper repair application can greatly increase the longevity of pothole repairs.
Step 1: Clean any loose material or debris in and around the area that will be repaired.
Step 2: About two inches of the asphalt patch will be poured directly into the hole.
Step 3: Using a tamping tool, the asphalt patch will be tightly compacted into the hole to ensure for the best repair.
Step 4: In two inch increments, more material will be applied and compacted until the repair is even and filled completely.
Step 5: Finally, a small crown will be applied to the repair area to allow for additional compaction, allowing the product to continue to settle once opened to traffic.
Repairing potholes has been a specialty of BG Paving and Hauling for over 19 years. We do it best, we do it right! Call the experts at (423) 207-5263 today.
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