Environmentally Friendly Paving: Asphalt Repair & Recycling
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There are two (2) ways to be environmentally friendly when it comes to repairing your asphalt paved areas:
Recycling in Place (RIP) | Watch Video
Infrared Asphalt Repair | Watch Video
Recycle in Place (RIP)
Eco Friendly, Cost-Effecive, Year-Round Solution to Replacing the Stone Base of Your Asphalt Driveway or Parking Lot
Not sure whether the stone base in your driveway or parking lot needs to be replaced? Recycle in Place is an environmentally friendly method which pulverizes the existing failed asphalt and existing stone base. Aside from being eco-friendly, Recycle in Place technology is also cost effective because it minimizes the need to bring in new stone base materials. Recycle in Place can be done year round.
How does Recycle in Place work? Our asphalt recycler pulverizes down deep into cracked, broken down asphalt and stone base to a depth of 6 inches, creating an all new stone base. We then compact it with a vibratory equipment. It settles for a time period then we install the asphalt paving.
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Asphalt Infrared Repair
Eco Friendly, Cost-Effective Asphalt Recycling & Repair for Driveways, Parking Lots, Potholes, Cracks, Manhole Covers
Asphalt Infrared Repair is a beneficial process which helps maintain the smoothness and life of your paved surfaces. It re-melts and recycles the asphalt by using infrared rays. It can be used for anything from pothole repairs, repairing cracks and low spots to smoothing manhole cover transitions. It’s environmentally friendly, cost effective.
How Does Asphalt Infrared Repair Work? The area to be repaired is marked then heated with an infrared panel until it becomes hot mix again, without burning the asphalt. The area is then raked and additional hot mix is blended in when needed. Next, it's leveled and smoothed to the appropriate grade and compacted (edges first), creating a thermal bond between the patch and the existing asphalt. This reduces or eliminates the ability of water to seep into the seams, keeping it from reaching the base of your parking area, freezing and potentially causing further harm to your surface.
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