Infrared Asphalt Patching Solutions in Middle Tennessee
Infrared asphalt restoration offers a much faster repair. This results in minimal traffic disruption. Seamless repairs thermally bond to existing surfaces. Therefore, it leaves no cold joints for water intrusion. Additionally, infrared asphalt restoration prevents future failures while using fewer materials and workers. Furthermore, our process is also environmentally friendly. We recycle unused existing material. In conclusion, infrared paving is considerably less expensive than the traditional remove and replace method.
Our conventional techniques require contractors to cut and remove damaged areas, haul-off, haul in new material, and then complete the repair. When finished, a saw cut line (cold joint) remains around the repair’s perimeter. As a result, water intrusion may occur. Infrared asphalt paving is the highest quality, most economical method available for many asphalt repairs.
Our Infrared Asphalt Restoration Methods
Infrared asphalt paving is a relatively new patching method. It is used to repair potholes, low-level areas, or high spots. Additionally, it eliminates overlaps, improves soft bumps in the pavement, and corrects some regions suffering from alligator cracking.
First, the damaged area is heated to soften the pavement, and certain additives are incorporated. Finally, our team introduces new asphalt, and the patch is compacted. Infrared asphalt restoration is even applicable in cold weather. The result is a seamless, aesthetically pleasing repair.
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- Utility Cuts
- Bird Baths (puddles)
- Joint Failure
- Storm Drains
- Grade Issues
- Oil Spot Removal
- Bridge Joints
- Alligator Cracking