Asphalt Repair Calgary and Surroundings

If you are the owner of an asphalt driveway, parking lot, or sidewalk on your property, of course you want to enjoy your driveway as long as possible. The better you treat your asphalt, the more years you will enjoy your driveway or sidewalk. Keeping the asphalt in optimal condition is a task that you should take seriously. Inspections and carrying out maintenance on a regular basis are tasks you are dealing with.

What is asphalt crack repair?

When you are experiencing uneven surfaces in your asphalt or even any size of cracks, there are different ways to repair your asphalt driveway driveway, concrete surface or parking lot, for example by asphalt sealing. At Concrete Experts we use the technique of infrared repair for asphalt paving. By using infrared technology we can heat up the asphalt until it softens. Then we will make sure the new asphalt can blend with the new one, without any seams, to ensure the best result. That is our goal! Do you want to find out more about our service? Don’t hesitate to call us for your asphalt paving. Our name is very important to us, so we only deliver quality to our customers. This policy comes through in every aspect of our work, even to the way we interact as a team, which makes sure we are never compromising the quality and our clients receive the best repair they can get. We aim to build a long-term relationship with our clients. We seek periodic contact so that we can keep you informed of the status of the asphalt repair.

Can you repair damaged asphalt?

Yes, repairs can be made to damaged asphalt, for example your damaged parking lot. The best asphalt repair techniques for crack sealing will vary depending on the level of damage, the location, and the environment. Using a patching material that is placed to the asphalt’s surface and then compacted, minor cracks and holes in the asphalt can be repaired. Excavating the damaged asphalt is the first step in this process, after which new asphalt is installed to replace it. If you are unclear of how to proceed, as with concrete repair, it is better to speak with a qualified contractor that has experience with asphalt repair.

How can damaged asphalt be repaired?

Patching is a crack filling technique that can be used to fix damaged asphalt. Asphalt that has been damaged must be removed and replaced with fresh asphalt during patching. You must carefully clean the area and remove any debris or loose material before you may repair damaged asphalt. Remove the damaged asphalt by using a saw or cutter. Using a trowel or other tool to smooth out the area and make sure the new asphalt is level with the surrounding surface once the damaged piece has been removed. Finally, to make sure the new asphalt is firmly in place, compact it using a roller or other compaction equipment. Contact us to perform asphalt patching to repair your asphalt.

Who to contact for asphalt repairs?

We do advise you to get in touch with Calgary area paving contractors like concrete experts if you need a asphalt driveway repair. These Calgary paving contractors often possess the tools and knowledge required to fix asphalt surfaces. You can look online or in your neighborhood paving contractors directory to identify a nearby asphalt paving provider.

How can you fill large cracks in asphalt driveway?

Use rubberized asphalt-emulsion crack filler to repair minor cracks. Avoid applying any filler to places that are not damaged because doing so could discolor the driveway or parking lots.

To even out the crack’s surface, use a putty knife or trowel. If you don’t have access to a putty knife or trowel, you can use rubber gloves and your thumb to smooth out the crack. We suggest hiring concrete specialists if there are significant cracks in the asphalt driveway.

Why should you repair cracks in asphalt?

Dirt, trash, and weeds can grow in cracks. It is beneficial to fix cracks before they develop into potholes because doing so increases the lifespan of your asphalt and maintenance costs will be lowered. Asphalt crack sealing can be used to repair asphalt driveway cracks before they cause extensive damage. If it is not fixed, it could cause more serious harm.