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Cracks in asphalt should be filled as soon as possible to avoid water infiltration and expansion.

Patching asphalt is a common practice for repairing sections of failed asphalt on your driveway or parking lot.

The experts at GPS repair potholes by first applying a tac-coat sealant than shoveling new asphalt into the potholes and compacting the asphalt accordingly.

Crack Filling

Global Paving & Sealcoating researches & uses the best crack fillers on the market.  Our team of crack experts has a successful track record with hot, pourable, rubberized, crack-fill material. It has better results - penetrating the crack and making it less likely to fail because of its capacity to expand and contract.

 

Surface cracks are often the first visible signs of underlying problems with asphalt. Small cracks expand to form larger problem areas that have an “alligatored” appearance.

 

For residential driveways, GPS recommends base level patch crack fillers. It is a thick, cold, crack filler that is applied and banded to ensure adhesion. Our residential clients prefer this crack filler for driveways because it has a smoother finish than hot pour crack filler. It also mirrors the color of the sealer for a better cosmetic appearance.

Stenciling & Line Striping

After an asphalt parking lot is newly installed or sealed, its parking spaces need to be restriped and stenciled. GPS recommends striping to be done 12-24 hours after the sealer has dried. Our stripers vary the time depending on temperature and strictly follow all industry standards and regulations. Striping is the final touch that adds a tremendous amount of appeal, controls parking and regulates traffic flow.

Pothole Repair

Over time, sections of asphalt begin to break apart creating potholes.  Potholes are rough on vehicles, and also create dangerous tripping hazards. 

 

The experts at GPS repair potholes by first applying a tac-coat sealant than shoveling new asphalt into the potholes and compacting the asphalt accordingly.

Patching

The GPS team has a great track record with asphalt patching - a section of the asphalt is repaired without the expense of a total replacement. Trouble areas of the asphalt are cut out neatly into square pieces and replaced with new asphalt.