News Date: 17 May 2017
The cost of fixing minor cracks and road failures is much less than fixing major deficiencies.
So the best time to perform road maintenance is when the roads are in fair condition, rather than waiting until they deteriorate further.
As winter threatens to release the heavens on our roads, now is the time to fix potholes and damaged roads.
Without timely road patching, water can enter the subgrade and cause more serious pavement failures.
For councils with a backlog of road failures, and road crews working overtime, this is not news. But here's how to get on top of your road failures before they get on top of you.
Quality Pavement Repair is ready-made asphalt that is bagged for ease of use, and can be loaded on a works vehicle for quick repairs. What makes this 'throw and go' solution different from other cheap 'alternatives' on the market is that it's permanent.
Once applied to a pothole or road failure, QPR does not crumble, pop out or bleed onto the surrounding pavement.
Traditional road materials such as asphalt and gravel are costly, and many road repairs are funded by local government, making innovation with PolyCom ...Roads
This may look like routine maintenance on an unsealed road. It's a lot more than that.Roads
Used by council road crews to strengthen problematic roads, PolyCom is also appropriate for deep patching.Roads