Pothole Repair Asphalt Patch - Full Pallet / 63 Bags
Clean, pour, tamp, done!
Offer year-round pothole repair with this unique cold pour mix. Asphalt maintenance is a year-round activity, but winter means no sealcoating in many parts of the country. Offering pothole repair can change how busy winter is.
- No minimum temperature requirements
- Quick cure
- Simple process
Cold patch pothole repair is a necessity in the winter because unrepaired potholes get worse. The whole freeze-thaw cycle simply helps them grow. Additionally, potholes indicate asphalt foundation issues, which can be exacerbated without repair.
Cold patch is a year-round solution to this problem. Cold patch pothole repair can be done in all weather, though it's best done dry. Additionally, there is little need for sunlight, which can be scarce during the winter.
This cold patch pothole repair material has no minimum temperature requirement. That applies to both the material and the ambient temperatures. This shift means companies can use it no matter how cold or unpredictable winter is.
This pothole repair is also outstanding for customers. It only needs a few short hours to cure before it can handle regular traffic. For a business owner, that makes all the difference in their parking lot.
This mixture is also a simple solution for asphalt maintenance companies since it does not require heavy equipment. It's a simple matter of cleaning out any debris that doesn't belong and pouring the pothole repair. Then crews can tamp manually or with vehicles.
All this adds up to an intelligent business option for asphalt maintenance companies to use year-round if they do not want to purchase a melter and vibrating plate. It's a practical choice both for the company and the property owners this serves.
This full pallet comes with 63 bags of cold asphalt patch. That's enough for over 100 potholes, and depending on the size of the service area, it can last more than a month. This pallet is the most economical option as well for larger volumes of cold pothole patch.
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