Infrared Asphalt Repairs in Conneticut

 

 The infrared process uses an infrared heating unit to heat in-place asphalt to soften it to a workable state, then new asphalt can be added which fuses seamlessly to the old. The most popular example of the technology is in pothole repair. As compared to the old saw cut method, where a square of damaged asphalt is cut out, removed and filled with new, the infrared method eliminates the seams that quickly ruin such patches. Thus, the big advantage is the feathered joining of the new patch material to the surrounding pavement – no seams, no water infiltration. Saw cut seams permit rainfall to enter, which quickly introduces moisture and freeze/thaw damage into the patch. Many such patches have to be redone every year.

 
 
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Infrared ASPHALT Repair is quick and cost effective

Our infrared in place recycler allows us to  reheat the asphalt to 300 degrees. The infrared heater heats the asphalt without burning off the asphalt. It allows for a seamless repair.


Catch Basin Repair

Water collects around catch basins and causes crack and pavement failure. Infrared asphalt repair in these areas works extremely well. Another key advantage of infrared asphalt repair is that there is no removing of old asphalt and dumping fees and then purchasing of new asphalt.

 Asphalt repair around a catch basin

Asphalt repair around a catch basin


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Repairing Asphalt Seams and Joints

Infrared asphalt repair is not meant for large areas but more so in large areas where the pavement is in good condition, BUT there are a few areas of concern. Give us a call to see what we can do for you.