Asphalt Patching

Asphalt Patching

Asphalt patching

Asphalt patching is one of the most cost-effective ways to protect your asphalt surface and foundation. By repairing potholes, you will get an instant improvement in looks and safety while protecting against further damage and erosion to your pavement. Asphalt patching occurs when an asphalt surface has extensive cracking, potholes, or damage. When patching asphalt, you can remove and replace or skin patch the area. 

onsite asphalt patching

Asphalt patching is one of the most cost-effective ways to protect your asphalt surface and foundation. By repairing potholes, you get an instant improvement in looks and safety while protecting against further damage and erosion to your pavement.

Frequently Asked Questions

The type of techniques applied to a surface depends on what the situation requires. However, various repair techniques can restore asphalt to its full capabilities. Some of these patching options include cutting out, removing or replacing the asphalt (“Remove and Replace,” “R&R” are common terms associated with this process). You can also “skin” patch or “level course” potholes, which doesn’t include cutting out and removing anything, but filling the pothole as is. To learn what option would work best for your asphalt repair, contact Onsite Asphalt today.

Most of the time, you will need an asphalt contractor to perform the patchwork due to the weight and equipment needed for patching. The Onsite Asphalt specialists offer various repair services that will completely restore the surface. Working with a contractor rather than handling the repair on your own will help you avoid fraudulent and unreasonable injury settlements and prolong the life of your asphalt surface. Learn more about our asphalt patching service by contacting our team today.

WHY IS Asphalt patching IMPORTANT?

It is necessary to repair compromised areas of the asphalt surface before liability issues can arise. Regular asphalt patching will help you avoid fraudulent and unreasonable injury settlements and will prolong the life of your asphalt surface.