Concrete – Before and After

Concrete that is failing or discolored is a sign of moisture working its way into the material and causing corrosion over time. Cracking is often a sign of issues with the sub-base and a deteriorating structure; freezing and thawing cycles of Mid-Michigan’s harsh winters only hasten the damage.Read More

Infrared Asphalt Repair

Infrared Asphalt Repair Photos

Infrared asphalt repair is a cost-effective way to repair the deteriorated asphalt in your parking lots. The existing asphalt is recycled by a crew of two or three trained craftsmen using a customized truck operation. The result of this modern operation is that infrared repairs are less expensive than conventional repairs to potholes and alligator areas.Read More

Mill & Replace Asphalt Repair Photos

Mill & Replace asphalt repair involves planing the pavement to an appropriate depth. The old material is removed, an adhesive coat is added, and then the new asphalt is installed. The area is then rolled to ensure an even surface. This improves the appearance of your parking lot or drive and removes tripping hazards, possible injuries, or vehicle damage.Read More

Overlay Asphalt Repair Photos

The overlay application adds a layer of asphalt on top of the existing pavement creating a smooth surface for driving on. Overlay repairs can be used on areas that are structurally sound and where the sub-base is stable and free of defects. Common areas include loading dock areas, parking lot replacement and industrial driveways.Read More