2077 ENTERPRISE DR., DE PERE, WI 54115
Asphalt Seal & Repair offers professional commercial and residential services.
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Infrared thermal asphalt patching reheats the existing asphalt with indirect heat. This process recycles and reuses the existing asphalt. We are proud to say that we were the first company
in Wisconsin to utilize this environmentally friendly process. As the first company to use this innovative technology, our experienced crew will get the job done right the first time.
It recycles your old asphalt.
Faster: One 5 by 7-foot patch can be completed in 15-20 minutes depending on air temperature.
Less disruption to your business: Only the infrared-mounted truck and a roller are on site.
Higher quality: There are no new cold joints between the old pavement and the new patch.
Infrared is an invisible wavelength that transfers heat. Our repair unit recycles the asphalt in place. The machine’s waves produce intense, infrared wavelengths that are directed towards the asphalt surface. When the asphalt heats 300 degrees, it can be reworked to allow new asphalt to be added. Then the surface is leveled and rolled using the infrared process.
We do not use direct flames; we only use indirect infrared units. At least three cubic feet of new asphalt will be spread uniformly on each 5 by 7-foot patch. A 1-ton vibrator roller is required to roll the leveled patch.
Sealcoating is the best way to protect and extend the life of your pavement. It is the most important step in preserving the integrity of asphalt, especially with new asphalt.
It also enhances pavement’s appearance.
Gemseal sealants have a flat, slate-black color that gives asphalt a clean, rich appearance.
Asphalt Seal & Repair uses Gemseal’s sealing products to protect your pavement by preserving the integrity of new asphalt or sealing existing surfaces, such as parking lots, driveways, playgrounds, walking paths, etc.
We purchase directly from the manufacturer, which keeps your project’s timeline on track and within your budget.
Newly seal coated pavement is visually appealing and can potentially increase the value of your property.
Seal coated pavement is resistant to gas and oil drippings, salt damage and harmful effects of chemicals.
It prevents oxidation and sun, weather damage and naturally melts snow and ice.
Water is asphalt’s worst enemy. The expansion of ice when freezing causes cracks to widen and pavement to buckle. Our system ensures a properly sealed water-tight crack. It prevents water from reaching the base, putting an end to costly repairs from potholes and subbase failure. It will add years to the life of your pavement and save you money down the road.
directly from the
manufacturer, which keeps your project’s timeline on track and within your budget.
Properly sealed cracks help to keep moisture out of the pavement subbase. Serious damage can occur if moisture freezes in the asphalt.
Crack sealing reduces maintenance costs.
Our system ensures a properly sealed water-tight crack.
Routing: creates a sufficient reservoir for the crack sealant to bond properly.
Cleaning: uses compressed air to eliminate dust and debris that would inhibit bonding of the sealant.
Sealing: cracks are sealed with a Fed spec rubber joint sealant.
All materials meet ASTM-D-6690 standard (previously Federal specification ASTM-D-3405).
All crack sealer is heated in an indirect fired kettle designed specifically for crack sealing.
Asphalt Seal and Repair’s crack sealing materials meets or exceeds all federal specifications and stays flexible, even in cold temperatures. ASTM-D-6690 is the only crack sealant we use.
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