Crack Seal

Crack sealing is the first line of defense against water intrusion into the sub-surfaces (base and sub-grade) that lie below the asphalt pavement. Cracks typically appear within five years of new pavement construction. Our Colorado climate creates more cracks in asphalt pavements than many other areas of the country, based on our extreme pavement temperature fluctuations. The process requires routing cracks to an appropriate size, blowing the cracks out with heated compressed air, and filling the prepared cracks with flexible asphalt material