Asphalt bunding is becoming more frequent job as it can be used for water diversion. By laying asphalt in the shape of a small speed hump we can contain spills to the area or by laying in a strip we can divert water away from almost anywhere. A simple and quick solution for your needs.
28 November 2013
While doing a recent asphalt repair and crack sealing job on the Gold Coast, we noticed more cracks had appeared AFTER the job was quoted. As we go that little bit further to keep our clients happy we filled the cracks at no extra charge. The body corporate manager was very happy and could not thank our staff enough!
21 November 2013
Asphalt trip hazards are becoming an increasing part of our business particularly with Body Corporates requiring regular inspections of common areas in order to remain compliant with their insurance policies. As such we have noticed a 20% increase in this type of work.
If you are a Body Corporate manager, we can offer you the most cost effective way to remove trip hazards from pavements, driveways and surrounds that does not always mean saw cutting and removing. Keep your residents, tenants and visitors safe - for more info feel free to call our friendly team.
7 November 2013
When it comes to filling in potholes, we're not like some of our competitors who just fill the hole and whack it with the back of a shovel. We actually overlay the pothole and square up the edges which not only looks tidier but also seals the pothole to make the repair last longer.
17 October 2013
Asphalt has been around for centuries and its uses have been wide ranging. In ancient times it was used as an adhesive in its raw form to bind bricks and stones and also to waterproof boats. It was (and still is) used in roofing. Artists also tried to use asphalt in paintings until they realised that it never completely hardened which was a bit of a problem for creating enduring masterpieces. It wasn't until the 1800's that using asphalt combined with aggregates became popular leading to what we know today as probably the most hard wearing and durable road surfacing we now see everywhere.
3 October 2013