Pittsburgh’s Top Asphalt Repair Company
When done correctly asphalt repair and regular maintenance can be just as cost effective compared to a completely new asphalt installation paving project. With the proper resurfacing techniques and periodic follow-up maintenance scheduled, asphalt can undoubtedly be made whole again structurally and appearance wise. When you first notice any depressions in your asphalt pavement or cracks developing, it is imperative that you should have your asphalt pavement repaired and resurfaced immediately.
Types of Asphalt Repair
Depending on the type of damage your surface faces or the extent of the problem, there are many different options for repair. We’ve helped businesses across Pittsburgh, PA assess the scope of damage to their surfaces and make the right repairs to extend the life of their investment.
We’ll use saws to clean-cut divots and damaged areas, so new material can be laid and patched into the surface. This is a great spot-treatment option for surface damages and an alternative to resurfacing when you only have one or two spots.
If your surface is covered in cracks, crags and crumbling asphalt, it might be due for resurfacing. We’ll apply a thin layer of asphalt overlay to the entire thing, restoring the integrity of the surface and protecting it from further wear.
3. HOT CRACK FILLING
Because we take the time to prepare extremely well when we’re on site, that ensures the pouring process will happen exactly right every time. This kind of meticulous attention to detail is what guarantees best results on every job, and it’s what will provide you with a long-lasting concrete surface for years to come.
Arnold Asphalt is the company to call for asphalt repair in Pittsburgh, PA. Whether we paved your surface years ago or someone else did it recently, we’re prepared to deliver the patching, crack filling and resurfacing needed to bring it back to a like-new level of excellence. Contact us today at 412-884-0704 to schedule a consultation and let us assess the right repair for your asphalt surface.