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Asphalt car parks can be sealed/resealed with a range of different materials and thicknesses depending on your needs and preferences.
AAA Asphalt will assist you in choosing the most appropriate material type based on the amount of traffic, the size and shape of the car park and the type of look that you want to achieve for your business or organisation.
Hot Mix Asphalt is a mixture of sand and stone aggregates, bound together by bitumen, providing the smoothest possible surface for the car park.
There are multiple types of asphalt which can be selected based on the strength requirements of the car park, facilitating anything from low volume light duty traffic to high volume heavy duty traffic.
Asphalt is affordable and easy to maintain to extend your pavement life. There are even DIY options for maintaining asphalt such as Cold Mix Bags for pothole repairs, and Crack Sealing easy mix products.
Ask us about the different mix types that are available, including recycled materials, and we’ll ensure you get the best mix of materials for your car park needs.
Great for car parks with relatively low or irregular traffic flows and light duty traffic only.
Rubble car parks without a seal quickly become an uneven surface because the rubble is easily displaced with car movements, especially when the rubble is wet during winter. This will not correct itself, and there is an ongoing cost to maintain an unsealed car park where you’ll neeed to engage a contractor to regrade or retrim the surface. Sealing the car park with Spray Seal will provide water resistance which protects the rubble base and maintains an even surface.
Over time, asphalt car parks can degrade with potholes forming and cracks appearing, which not only looks bad but can also be a hazard for cars and people.
If you’re at the stage where you’re getting potholes and/or cracks fixed every year, then it’s time to consider getting the car park resealed.
Our crews can rip up the existing asphalt, remove it and reseal the car park with the asphalt type of your choice.
Generally, for a car park with up to 30 parking spaces, we’ll remove the existing asphalt in one day and lay the new asphalt the next day. Larger car parks, depending on the size and complexity, can take longer.
We operate day-time and night-time crews and can organise them to minimise any disruption to your business.
If you have completed new building works then we can work with your construction company to seal the cark park with the asphalt type of your choice.
While we do have an in-house earthworks crew for base preparation, with new works this is usually organised by the construction company. However, if needed, we can complete the base preparation according to your plans and specifications.
Our teams have the experience, specialised equipment and attention to detail to deliver excellent quality asphalt works, whether it’s a standard carpark, a complex multi-level car park or an undercroft.
If you need lines painted on your car park, we can put you in touch with our trusted line marking contractor. They’re easy to organise and can co-ordinate to come onsite after we finish laying the asphalt in your car park.
The first steps to having a long-lasting car park are:
To ensure you have a long-lasting product, the works need to be done properly and to a standard.
The second step to having a long-lasting asphalt or spray seal car park is maintenance.
Sealing a granular base with asphalt or spray seal protects it from degradation and deformation. Water ingress is the most common cause of failure in pavements, so maintaining a water-resistant seal is an important value in extending pavement life.
By maintaining an asphalt or spray seal surface not only are you protecting the base from degrading, you’re also protecting the surface from further failure. Easy solutions such as:
… will extend the life and available usage of your car park.
Options for maintaining Asphalt and Spray Seal surfaces are easy and affordable when compared to other products. Either with DIY products available at local hardware stores or using AAA Asphalt Maintenance crews, Crack Sealing, Pothole Repairs and Patches to repair localised issues and extend the pavement life.
If you have any questions about extending the life of your car park, get in touch and we’ll answer your questions.