Cutting out damaged asphalt

Step 1: Replace of Heavily Damaged Asphalt

With your approval, any areas that are damaged beyond repair are saw cut, removed, and then be patched with new asphalt. These repairs will later be concealed by the sand mix sealer.
PATCH Replace Damaged Asphalt
Edge and clean driveway

Step 2: Edge & Clean

We thoroughly clean your asphalt surface and all grass is cut back beyond the asphalt in order to cover the entire pavement surface.
EDGEEdge & Clean
Sweep driveway with a power broom

Step 3: Remove Debris

All grass is removed from the cracks and all sand, dirt, and grime are swept clean from your driveway.
SWEEPRemove Debris
Clean surface with a high-powered blower

Step 4: Prepare Surface for Adhesion

The entire surface is then blown off using a high-powered blower to ensure the sealer to will properly adhere to the asphalt.
PREPAREEntire Surface is Blown Clean
Cracks are repaired using hot, liquified rubber

Step 5: Hot, Liquefied Crack Repair

All cracks are filled with hot, liquefied rubber, which is poured into the cracks at 400 degrees F is high temperature ensures better adherence to the existing asphalt and an overall cleaner look. All cracks are filled several times to ensure they sit flush with the pavement surface.
REPAIRCracks Filled with Hot Rubber
Sand mix sealer applied by squeegee

Step 6: Sand Mix Seal Coat

The surface is coated with 1-2 coats of sand mix sealer applied with a squeegee to the surface to ensure a very neat job. We do not spray the seal coating on your asphalt surface because of the various problems associated with this application method including: peeling and messy overspray.
SEALApplied by Squeegee