Asphalt is restored by means of an infrared heater, which softens existing pavement to a depth of 1 ½ inches. The softened area is treated with a penetrating asphalt emulsion, uniformly scarified and raked to a workable condition. The treated surface is than compacted by use of a steel-wheeled roller to create a smooth driving surface consistent with surrounding pavement. See Photos.

Infared Pavement Repair