Pavement resurfacing is a cost-effective alternative to tearing out and replacing existing asphalt.
When a paved surface sustains damage, there are several ways to repair it. One option is pavement resurfacing, which involves applying a thin layer of asphalt over the top of the existing paved surface. Our team at AAA Top Quality Asphalt often recommends this service when the damage sustained to a paved surface is minimal and the rest of the pavement is still in good condition. Also referred to as asphalt overlay, pavement resurfacing is a cost-effective alternative to tearing out and replacing existing asphalt. We might recommend this service if the asphalt has cracked sections or the surface has become heavily oxidized.
When you contact us about damaged pavement, we’ll send an experienced technician to your property to assess the extent of the damage and come up with a plan to resolve it. If resurfacing is the best option, we’ll provide you with a quote and talk to you about the process of doing so. Before we perform pavement resurfacing, we’ll check the condition of the subgrade to ensure that it’s still in good shape. When the subgrade is still strong and the rest of the asphalt is in generally good condition, we can tackle the pavement resurfacing job and deliver excellent results.
If you’re interested in learning more about pavement resurfacing and determining whether it would be a good option for the asphalt surface at your Lakeland, Florida property, contact us today. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you have about the process and let you know whether it will work for your existing asphalt.