Infrared Asphalt Pothole Repair
Infrared asphalt pothole repair is a relatively new method of asphalt repair that uses an infrared heating unit to soften old defective asphalt into a workable state. Once this is accomplished new asphalt is added, fusing it seamlessly with the surrounding area. The result is an asphalt pothole repair devoid of any seams. Driveway Sealing Call Frank specializes in asphalt pothole repair in the Stratford area and beyond using the infrared method.
We offer infrared pothole repair in Fairfield and New Haven counties, including the towns of Fairfield, Westport, Westin, Milford, Orange and Woodbridge. Call 1-800-DRIVEWAY to get started of fill out the FREE Job Quote form.
Why Infrared Technology for Pothole Repair?
While infrared technology is used to repair a variety of asphalt defects, its most common use is for pothole repair. As compared to the old method, where a square of damaged asphalt is cut out, removed and filled with new, the infrared method does not require a saw cut and eliminates the seams that exist after the repair is made. The advantage of the infrared method is the way the new patch material is joined seamlessly to the surrounding pavement. This means no water can penetrate through an asphalt seam.
The infrared asphalt repair method can be used for all types of asphalt repair with exception of those that require new base material beneath the asphalt. When this occurs the asphalt must be completely removed so the source of the asphalt defect can be properly addressed.
Driveway Sealing Call Frank is the Stratford asphalt pothole repair expert, serving the Connecticut counties of Fairfield and New Haven including the towns of Fairfield, Westport, Westin, Milford, Orange and Woodbridge.
Call Frank today at 1-800-Driveway or fill out our FREE Job Quote form for a no obligation consultation.