For traffic calming or water deflection, this installation is completed by shaping the new asphalt hump on top of the existing asphalt. Expected to last up to 10 years or more.
A resilient repair to the asphalt edge along a concrete driveway. We cut and remove a 300mm wide strip and install new asphalt flush with the existing road surface. Expected to last more than 10 years.
This is the installation of new asphalt to a previously prepared trench. For example, an electrician installing services under an asphalt driveway requires the asphalt to be reinstated. The repair is expected to last more than 10 years.
This is the installation of new asphalt to a previously prepared area. For example, a plumber replacing an inspection lid requires the asphalt around it to be reinstalled. The repair is expected to last more than 10 years.
A strong repair completed by cutting out the pothole to a square shape and filling with new asphalt. This provides a flush finish and is expected to last more than 5 years.
This is the most common and affordable repair option. Covering the pothole with new asphalt for a raised finish, this temporary repair is expected to last 1-5 years.