Infrared Asphalt Repair

This repair of asphalt pavement failures,

often referred to as cold weather patching, consists of heating up an area of pavement to make it workable, raking the existing asphalt material, adding new asphalt when necessary, and then rolling the asphalt to finish. It is most commonly used to repair a newly installed asphalt overlay that has traveled as to not create new seams, elevation adjustments around valve covers and manholes, and to bond speed humps to existing asphalt. With infrared patching, there is no need for milling, sawing, jack-hammering or excess equipment.

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