INFRARED ASPHALT REPAIR PROCESS
From eliminating liability issues without major impact to customers and employees, Infrared Asphalt Repairs are ideal for any and all pavement liability issues.
Potholes and Broken Areas
Potholes create serious liability issues in parking lot and roadway areas due to the potential hazard to vehicles and to pedestrians. Repairing potholes before liability issues arise can avoid frivolous law suits and unreasonable injury settlements.
Potholes can form during any season and should be repaired immediately before causing serious injury or damage.
Solution: Infrared Repairs
From our roots as a maintenance contractor, we are experts in repairing these issues as an essential component of proper pavement preservation program.
Infrared Asphalt Repairs are a cost-effective way of eliminating further damage, liability, deterioration, and pavement-related headaches. Infrared Asphalt Repairs are arguably the best pavement repair investment for the money.
The process involves heating the asphalt to a working temperature of 300 degrees, penetrating the asphalt to a depth of 3″ to 4″. After removing deteriorated asphalt and raking in new asphalt, the area is compacted with a vibratory roller.
The finished product has the same or better life expectancy as the surrounding asphalt. The repair is frequently 20+% less costly than removal scopes and involves considerably less down-time or impact on the property.
Infrared Paving Flyer
Download and print our Infrared Paving benefits flyer. Let U.S. Pavement Services, Inc. eliminate your parking lot liabilities. Please call 1-800-PAVEMENT for a quote or free parking lot evaluation.
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