Infrared Asphalt Repairs
Are you looking for infrared asphalt repair services? Or, do you need asphalt crack filler assistance? Infrared repair is a service that we offer here at Barker & Barker Paving. Whether it’s a small section of asphalt or several areas, infrared repairs are ideal for reducing pavement liability issues.
Asphalt and Pothole Repair Service
Looking for asphalt repair near me? Need parking lot maintenance? When infrared repairs are performed, it’s a cost-efficient way to stop further pavement deterioration. And, it can save money because you don’t have to replace all the pavement - just the damaged areas.
A great reason to use infrared repairs is to reduce liability. Whether it’s a commercial business with a large parking lot or a commercial road, potholes can cause vehicular and human damage. Another reason to make small repairs is that asphalt is very expensive.
Infrared repairs are:
A faster way to speed up traffic with an asphalt repair. You won’t tie up traffic or commercial roadways.
Time and cost-efficient because you’re only treating the affected area.
A way to prevent a liability issue because no one wants a lawsuit on their hands.
Depending on the nature of your business, even one lawsuit or injury settlement can cost you time and money. And, if it’s a major case, it can affect your business or cause it to have to close. To avoid this, let us help with the infrared repairs you need.
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How Infrared Repairs Work
Need an asphalt crack filler? When we repair an asphalt or fill in a pothole, the process will require heating the area to about 300-degrees. This can let us penetrate the asphalt as far down as a few inches. We can then remove the damaged section of the asphalt and replace it.
The steps include a raking technique to add new asphalt. We then use a vibratory roller over the new asphalt to ensure it’s compact and flush with the rest of the pavement. The roller will tie the edges of the newly added pavement into the existing pavement and there are no seams to worry about. The life expectancy of the pavement will be the same as the existing surface. And, infrared repairs require less downtime and money than to replace the entire pavement or roadway.
Here at Barker & Barker, we believe in preserving pavements. Infrared repairs are a cost-effective way to fill potholes without the added expense of replacing all the asphalt. And, besides, no one wants to drive over potholes!