Asphalt Replacement Services
Asphalt Repair & Patching
Over time, asphalt will incur cracks and other damage due to exposure to weather elements and high traffic volume. With continued lack of maintenance, asphalt can begin to deteriorate rapidly, causing unsightly cracks that eventually lead to potholes. If left unaddressed, asphalt damages can become a liability and hazard for drivers and pedestrians. Asphalt repairs and, in some cases, asphalt replacements become necessary to avoid risk. Depending on the severity of your asphalt surfaces will determine the best method of asphalt repair. Crocker Asphalt Services offers several asphalt repair services to best address your situation.
The most common methods for asphalt repairs include mill & pave and chipseal services. Other ways that are geared for parking lots beyond repair include full asphalt replacement and asphalt overlay services which we’ll elaborate more on below.
Asphalt replacements and overlays are other viable options for parking lots and roads, depending on the condition of the asphalt structure. While full asphalt replacement is sometimes necessary, oftentimes, we can remedy your deteriorating lot with asphalt overlay services. This process is more cost-effective and less involved because we apply a new asphalt layer over existing an existing surface.
Full asphalt replacement is the most costly and time-consuming of the asphalt repair services because it involves removing asphalt down to the base rock, grading the surface, and recompacting the asphalt with a fresh new layer. In many instances, if your asphalt structure has disintegrated to an unstable base, this is the only option. The end result, however, is a brand new asphalt lot, driveway, or road that is ensured to last for years to come. If you’re uncertain about what service is needed for your asphalt, please contact us today at (704) 661-6134!
ASPHALT REPAIR PROCESS
While there are many ways to address deteriorating asphalt, our experts are here to be your guide and recommend the best application. Below, we highlight the most common ways we fix asphalt parking lots, roads, and driveways.
- Remove all debris and vegetation from area
- Fix any and all potholes before proceeding with paving
- Apply a thick layer of asphalt tar to the parking lot
- Add a half inch of stone chips to the tar and roll into the existing asphalt
- Add 1.5″ of fresh, 9.5b hot mix asphalt to the tar & chips and roll to a smooth surface