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Asphalt Repairs

Expert Asphalt Repair Services throughout South Florida. Need asphalt Repair? 3-D Paving has you covered.

Work with one of the best & most trusted commercial asphalt paving & asphalt repair contractors near me in Broward County, Lee County, Charlotte County, Martin County, St. Lucie County and Palm Beach County. 3-D Paving and Sealcoating puts their decades of experience, expertise and excellence to work for you. 3-D Paving offers a myriad of Asphalt and Concrete Paving Services, Sealcoating and Concrete Construction Services like sidewalks, paths, ramps, slabs, curbing and more.

Asphalt Repair & Asphalt Paving in South Florida.

Time ravages all and sometimes, your asphalt pavements and surfaces need a helping hand. The Asphalt experts at 3-D Paving have you covered.

Sooner or later, every asphalt pavement will need some type of asphalt repair. A properly engineered, well-built pavement may not need anything more than sealcoating and other routine maintenance for five years or more. Once it does start to develop cracks or other surface breaks, however, it is imperative that they be repaired quickly. Minor damage will not stay minor for long. As the damage grows, it becomes more difficult and costlier to repair it. If your asphalt pavement needs more than a few simple crack repairs, you may need one or more of the following: a surface patch, a partial-depth patch, a full-depth patch, or an asphalt overlay.

Asphalt Repairs being made to a parking lot in West Palm Beach by 3-D Paving and Sealcoating

What Is a Surface Patch?

A surface patch is an economical way to repair damage that only extends an inch or two into the pavement, and it can also be an excellent option to correct certain drainage issues. Because the patch does not go deep into the structure of the pavement, surface patches are sometimes called skin patches. Depending on the issue, a surface patch may provide only a temporary solution that will need to be repeated in less than two years. Furthermore, if a surface patch is applied over some cracks, the pattern of the cracks can begin to manifest in the patch in a relatively short period of time.

Installing Asphalt Paving a roadway in Fort Lauderdale Florida in August of 2022 onto a road that really needed asphalt repairs.

What Is a Partial-Depth Patch?

A partial-depth patch can also be called a peel-and-pave repair. The technique involves the removal of as many layers of asphalt paving as necessary to take out the damage. This could be all layers of asphalt above the foundation, or it could be only the top layers. The asphalt is then replaced and compacted. Partial-depth patches typically last longer than surface patches, and they can be used to correct a greater variety of problems, including issues related to the volume or weight of the traffic load.

The crew at 3-D Paving manually spreading asphalt over a repair area in preparation for the large asphalt paving machine and asphalt roller to come through in August of 2022.

What Is a Full-Depth Patch?

Full-depth patches are similar to partial-depth patches, but a full-depth patch involves the removal of all layers of the existing pavement to expose the base, which may also be removed partially or completely. This allows the contractor to repair or strengthen the base. By addressing the entire structure of the pavement, a full-depth patch frequently provides a pavement that is stronger than it was when it was first constructed. In the paving industry, full-depth patches are normally considered permanent repairs, so they should be maintained just like the rest of the asphalt pavement.

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Which Asphalt Repair Method Is Best?

There is really no method that is universally considered as the best or correct repair for every client in every circumstance. The best method depends on the pavement, the time of year, and the client’s plans for the pavement. There are several questions that will need to be answered. What type of damage is present? How widespread is the damage? Are there issues with the foundation that need to be corrected? How old is the pavement? What caused the pavement to fail? Is the pavement scheduled for a reconstruction or overlay? The best method can only be recommended after a thorough assessment of the specific pavement and the client’s needs and wants. However, in general, the best method is the one that can be used to make an immediate repair so that water and vehicle fluids will not have an opportunity to penetrate the structure of the pavement. Therefore, any repair method is better than no repair at all.

Trip hazards & pavement damage on your properties can cause massive liability issues on top of sending your insurance premiums through the roof in South Florida. 3-D Paving's expert team of trained professionals can assist you in solving any citations of damage issues.

Contact 3-D Paving & Sealcoating for a Free Assessment and Quote

We are an experienced, well-respected company serving customers throughout South Florida with exceptional work at reasonable rates. Our services include asphalt repair, parking lot striping, asphalt paving, pavement markings, thermoplastic line striping, sealcoating, parking lot signs, reflective pavement markers, bollards, paver bricks, concrete gutters and curbing, speed bumps, drainage solutions, ADA compliance, concrete grinding, asphalt resurfacing, concrete sidewalks, pavement markings, concrete slabs, and concrete ramps. We serve clients from many industries, including the hospitality, retail, health care, and education industries, and we also offer our services to homeowners, HOAs, country clubs, car dealerships, religious institutions, condominiums, and commercial property managers. To request your free quote, use the online form, call 855-735-7623, or email Info@3-DPaving.com.

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