Asphalt Crack Sealing and Crack Routing

What is crack sealing?

Crack sealing is a repair which fills cracks with a hot, elastic material. It's a cost-effective way to maintain your asphalt and prevent major damage so you can extend the life of your pavement.

Why does asphalt need crack sealing?

Subgrade moisture is one of the leading causes of pavement failure, and crack sealing helps prevent moisture infiltration to extend pavement life and save money. Typically, we recommend sealing cracks ¼ inch wide or greater.

What is crack routing?

Asphalt crack routing is an advanced method of crack sealing. A router is used to create a clean, dry, reservoir so cracks can be evenly sealed with an elastic material that protects against moisture infiltration. It's the most cost-effective way to maintain your asphalt and prevent major damage so you can extend the life of your pavement.

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