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You may get approached by a person stating "we have left over asphalt and we can do your job cheap" or "our truck has broken down up the road and we have hot asphalt we can lay for cheap".

If this happens please don't agree as you are being ripped off! Beware these people will promise the earth and then hit you with a hefty bill.

May 3rd 2013

Out of hours asphalt service

While everyone is sleeping we are laying asphalt!

One of our valued clients runs a large shopping complex which is obviously very busy. Usually by 8am in
the morning there are cars everywhere. To assist with carpark repairs whilst not inconveniencing the complex's customers, we were out of bed at 2am! We profiled up the car park and reinstated the asphalt before the customers started pouring in, thus ensuring that the surfaces were repaired and clear with minimal disruption. This is the sort of service we can do for you.

April 19th 2013

Programmed Asphalt Maintenance

With the rain still hanging around we have been busy doing routine checks at our clients sites.

We offer a programmed maintenance service which lets our clients know what needs to be done to their asphalt surfaces now and in the near future. This ensures that asphalt is kept in tip top condition and that potential issues can be addressed before they become major problems.

To know more about this regular asphalt service please contact Budget Asphalt Repairs. 

April 4th 2013

More and more rain

This week wasn't all about just repairing asphalt. Did you know we also supply lay and compact road base for hard stands and road ways?

One of our clients had a problem on a roadway where there were large fork lifts driving over carrying cars. The area was badly potholed and doing damage to the forklifts as well as the operators. Team Budget Asphalt supplied, laid and compacted new blue metal road base - now both the client and their employees are happy!

March 28th 2013

Water where it's not wanted

port of bris entry

When our client called us to rectify a water problem at the exit from the Port of Brisbane Cruise Liner terminal it was holding around 20mm of water and people weren't happy to walk through it. The tricky asphalt job was over 40m2 and we only had 5mm of fall to work with, if that, but we accepted the challenge.

We first set our levels to best divert the water. This was time consuming but well worth it as the finished job sucessfully solved the problem.

If you have a tricky asphalt job please give us a call - we would love to help you!

March 21st 2013