Save Your Pavement With Crack Filling & Sealing
It is very important to get asphalt cracks repaired. Over time these cracks can become potholes, which can create further damage and require more time and money spent. An asphalt fill and seal job is a fraction of the price of repairing or replacing asphalt pavement, so it's best to act fast. The key to effective crack filling and sealing is to repair and fill the cracks while they are small, as crack filling inhibits growth and keeps new cracks from forming.
Left unfilled, cracks will allow rain and moisture to flow through the pavement and erode base materials. This can lead to pavement failure. By stopping the entrance of water, the rate of deterioration of the pavement is significantly slowed. Crack sealing also prevents the loss of aggregate from the edges of the crack.
Why is Crack Filling & Sealing Important?
- Prevents further damage
- Prevent potholes
- Save time and money in the long run
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