asphalt repairs

How Is Asphalt Manufactured?

10 January, 18 / in Asphalt Repairs
Wrigley Mansion - Paving (30)

People drive and walk on asphalt everyday without even thinking about it. Asphalt pavement covers roads, runways and parking lots so that people can get where they need to go all over the world. It’s one of the most commonly used pavement materials because it is tough, can be repaired quickly and can be recycled into other pavement projects.

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Prepare Your Asphalt for Winter Weather

08 November, 17 / in Asphalt Repairs
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When you installed asphalt lots and pathways onto your property, you made a significant investment. Keeping them in top condition is a high priority, and that includes protecting that pavement against the forces of nature.

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How to Fix a Pothole

18 October, 17 / in Asphalt Repairs
how to properly fix a pothole

While some potholes can be seen in plain sight, others remain hidden until you drive or stumble right over them. No matter what type of pothole you’re dealing with, the experts at Sunland Asphalt are here to provide you with some industry insight about how they form, how to fix them, and how to prevent them.

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Is My Asphalt in Need of Repair?

04 October, 17 / in Asphalt Repairs
cracked asphalt texture

Asphalt within a parking lot may seem indestructible, but over time, it can begin to show some wear and tear. Asphalt needs to be regularly maintained to support the load of vehicles constantly driving over it. You need to be aware of when the structure is beginning to give way, so you can seek repairs from qualified professionals.

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What is Raveling?

17 May, 17 / in Asphalt Repairs

Raveling is known as the deterioration of pavement by the loss of asphalt and rocks. This is evident by the rocks and sand on the pavement surface and in gutters. Over a period of time, the thickness of the pavement begins to dwindle away, until the entire pavement has eroded completely.

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Seal Up the Longevity of Your Pavement with Crack Seal Maintenance!

19 October, 16 / in Asphalt Repairs

Staying up to date on maintaining your pavement is the best way to preserve the condition of that pavement. One of the most cost-conscious and effective forms of pavement maintenance is crack sealing. While crack sealing will not improve the feel, noise or rideability of the existing pavement, it will often extend the life of that pavement by several years.

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Budgeting for Pavement Maintenance

31 August, 16 / in Asphalt Repairs
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Whether you manage one property or multiple properties, budgeting for pavement maintenance is essential to preserve one of your most valuable assets. Our Division Manager, Ken Estrada, discusses the importance of well maintained asphalt and budgeting for pavement maintenance.

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The Pavement Life Cycle

20 July, 16 / in Asphalt Repairs
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For every property manager, understanding the pavement life cycle is essential to budgeting for service and avoiding costly repairs. By ensuring your asphalt is properly maintained, you will be rewarded with cost savings and attractive, long-lasting roads and parking areas.

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Selecting a Contractor

06 July, 16 / in Asphalt Repairs
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Have you ever counted the number of contractors with whom you do business? The list is long … landscaping, lighting, roofing, pavement, and those are just the contractors for the outside of your property. While selecting a pavement maintenance contractor can be difficult, there are some criteria you can use to select the best company for your project.

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How to Extend the Life of Your Asphalt

17 August, 15 / in Asphalt Repairs

Well designed and constructed asphalt pavements can provide many years of useful service – if properly maintained. An effective asphalt maintenance program will dramatically increase the useful life of your roads, while postponing the need for the considerable expense of reconstruction. Asphalt can be viewed in much the same way as wood. If wood is left untreated, it will be destroyed by elements of weather including sun, oxidation, and water.

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