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Asphalt Maintenance Program

For those with public asphalt areas to maintain, we can make your job easier with our regular asphalt inspection services. We can fix small problems before they become big ones and advise whether work is required to avoid future issues. This makes budgeting and forecasting for groups such as body corporates or property managers easier and means less big surprises down the track. To know more about this regular asphalt service please contact Budget Asphalt Repairs.
May 11th 2016

Why is my concrete black and slimy?

That's because it’s not asphalt. If exposed to weather, over time concrete areas will always end up covered in stains or mildew that is not only dangerous to health and safety but also very ugly to look at. There are professionals that make money out of cleaning concrete and within a few months the black will be back! Asphalt on the other hand never needs cleaning. Maintenance is usually just simple repairs to odd cracks and the occasional pothole, carried out with a minimum of fuss and bother. You don't need to paint it, seal it or pressure wash it. Asphalt will stay looking great for many years.

14 Apr 2016

Tricky spots with asphalt

Because of its very nature, asphalt is easy to lay in the trickiest of places. Curved garden edges, tight parking places, expansive car parks, hilly or steep - asphalt is your answer. We never cut corners with our asphalt laying - but we can follow their contours! Call Budget Asphalt now.

31 Mar 2016

Cost of asphalt versus concrete

It doesn't matter how big the area is, asphalt is about half the cost of concrete. Factor in the cost of steel reinforcement and formwork usually required with concrete, the laying time and ongoing maintenance, concrete is always inferior. We do big areas and small areas so make the sensible choice - call Budget Asphalt now.

17 Mar 2016

Asphalt or concrete?

Trying to decide between asphalt or concrete? For lasting durability asphalt always wins out over concrete. It is not only easier to maintain, looks better and performs better under heavy loads, it also does not have the "slip factor" present in concrete. Not convinced? Try walking on concrete that has been exposed to moisture or continued rain. Chances are it will be slippery. Don't risk the slide. Get asphalt instead. Call Budget Asphalt now.

3 Mar 2016