Asphalt Maintenance and Crack Repair
Asphalt takes a beating from the natural elements like sun, wind and rain. As the pavement dries and loses essential elements, it then breaks at the weakest points; usually joints along curb lines and areas of heavy traffic and weight. Block cracking at regular intervals every 30 to 90 feet is also common. Cracks cause potholes and other pavement deterioration by allowing moisture into the sub-base. Sealing asphalt cracks and concrete joints will prolong pavement deterioration and save you money if repairs are routinely performed. Crack sealing also helps prepare the pavement for additional work such as overlays or seal coating.