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Asphalt inspection may save you a bundle

Anyone who manages public areas has a responsibility to keep both vehicles and pedestrians safe. Failing to address even seemingly minor problems may turn quick inexpensive issues into big headaches that will cost you thousands. Worse still, if a vehicle is damaged or a pedestrian injured to due poor maintenance, the possible law suit may be more than you bargained for. Like any surface subject to regular use, problems may arise. This is true even with asphalt, particularly if there are trees nearby or if prolonged heavy rain causes minor cracks to widen.

Before your insurance company denies your claim due to poor maintenance, take action to ensure that asphalt hazards never arise in the first place. Talk to Budget Asphalt about our asphalt inspection service. We can identify areas that need addressing, potential problems or ways you can avoid issues before they occur.

October 4th 2016

Limited access no problem

We get to lay asphalt even the tightest of places. Here are before and after photos of a recent resurfacing project involving an underground parking area at the Gold Coast.

Wax museum before  Wax museum after

September 22nd 2016

Hand compacted asphalt footpath

hand compacted asphalt thumbWe recently completed a temporary footpath for the Gold Coast light rail project - 265 metres long, laid and compacted by hand!

A budget for all asphalt needs

Get great results with asphalt in all of your surfacing work. At Budget Asphalt, we pride ourselves on delivering the best outcomes at a reasonable cost using professional equipment that keeps us ahead of our competitors.
August 17th 2016

Asphalt stands the test of time

While asphalt has been used for hundreds of years in things as wide-ranging as roofing, house construction and boat-building, its use in road building has only been around since the 19th century. More so, it was the invention of the car in the early 1900s that saw asphalt laid over "blue metal" or crushed rock take off as the best form of surfacing for the new fan dangled machines!
August 3rd 2016