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Crack Filling

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Crack filling is an essential aspect of maintaining an asphalt pavement. It’s a process of sealing cracks and joints in the pavement to prevent water from getting into the sub-base. Water can seep into the pavement through cracks and joints, which can lead to further damage to the substrate and the surface.

Crack filling typically involves using a specialized material such as hot rubberized asphalt or cold pour crack filler to fill the cracks. The material is heated or applied cold, and then the mixture is poured into the cracks, filling them to the appropriate level. Once the material dries and sets, it helps create a waterproof seal over the surface, preventing water from penetrating the asphalt.

Crack filling helps to protect the pavement by preventing further damage to the underlying structure and prolongs the life of the asphalt surface. By reducing water penetration into the sub-base, it helps limit the deterioration of the pavement and limits the amount of repairs required, which in turn saves time and money.

If your asphalt pavement has cracks that are ignored, it can lead to more substantial repairs such as pothole repair, resurfacing or, worst-case scenario, a complete pavement overhaul. Therefore, crack filling is a cost-effective, preventive-option to limit damage to your pavement over high traffic periods, winter seasons, and periods of high precipitation.

Bryer’s Paving provides high-quality crack filling services that will effectively seal your pavement cracks. Our processes are tailored to fit the needs of your pavement, and we use only the best crack filler materials in our operations. Contact us today for more information or to schedule a free consultation!

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