Did you know that asphalt surfaces absorb more noise than concrete? Due to the pliable nature of asphalt, noise can be reduced in vehicle traffic areas with asphalt. This is great for residential complexes where noise may be an issue for residents, and also for areas in public facilities such as care homes and hospitals. Choose asphalt over concrete or pebbles to keep the surrounding environment quieter.
The monsoon season is here, and while the rain is welcome in parts and overwhelming in others, resultant cracks and movement in both concrete and asphalt are always an ongoing issue. Particularly when the sub surface has dried out, water ingress will cause cracks to appear and weeds to grow, leaving you with not only an unsightly surface but also a potential headache if cracks are left untended. Ask us about asphalt crack repairs before they become trip hazards and a much bigger problem.
With the costs of insurance continuing to rise, and insurance assessments becoming more stringent, it’s wise to check your asphalt areas for potential trip hazards. Apart from keeping your patrons safe and also avoiding vehicle damage, repairing trip hazards early can not only save you money but also keep you in good standing in the event of a mishap. It doesn’t take much to catch a shoe, and if left unrepaired, broken asphalt becomes a trip hazard that may only get worse. Keep your insurance company happy and meet the safety expectations of your customers by getting those hazards fixed now.
Giving smooth access for disabled people and also for deliveries is a simple as creating an access ramp using asphalt. Whatever your needs, we can design and install the perfect access ramp solution for you. We can make them to any specification you might need including appropriate measured disability ramps, forklift-to-warehouse ramps or trolley ramps over concrete kerbs.
Call us now to discuss your access ramp needs.
August 25 2018
When we excavate a trench, to get the best result we dump all of the spoil. We ensure the integrity of the trench by putting in road base from the bottom up and compacting the layers as we go, until we reach the desired depth for asphalt reinstatement. In doing it this way we reduce future sinkage.
August 2 2018