Asphalt Maintenance and Repair

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Asphalt Maintenance and Repair

Asphalt is a popular paving material for roads, driveways, and parking lots due to its durability and cost-effectiveness. However, asphalt can develop cracks, potholes, and other damage that require maintenance and repair to ensure its longevity. Here are some ways that Uniform Paving can help your asphalt last as long as possible:

Regular inspections: Regular inspections are critical to identifying any signs of damage to your asphalt surface. A thorough examination can reveal cracks, potholes, and other damage that require immediate attention.

Crack sealing: Cracks in the asphalt surface can allow water to penetrate and weaken the underlying layers. Crack sealing fills the gaps with a rubberized sealant to prevent water from penetrating the surface. This process can prolong the lifespan of your asphalt surface and prevent more severe damage from occurring.


Patching: Potholes and other forms of damage to the asphalt surface can be repaired through patching. Patching is an effective way to restore the structural integrity of the asphalt surface and prevent further damage. This process involves cutting out the damaged area, cleaning it, and filling it with new asphalt material.

Resurfacing: If your asphalt surface is severely damaged, resurfacing may be necessary. Resurfacing involves applying a new layer of asphalt over the existing surface, which can restore the surface’s appearance and functionality. This process is cost-effective and can extend the lifespan of your asphalt surface.

Sealcoating: Sealcoating involves applying a protective coating to the asphalt surface to prevent damage from UV rays, water, and other environmental factors. This process can enhance the appearance of your asphalt surface and extend its lifespan.

Regular asphalt maintenance and repair can help extend the lifespan of your asphalt surface and save you money in the long run. By following these essential steps, you can prevent damage from occurring and ensure your asphalt surface remains functional and aesthetically pleasing for years to come.