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Recycling & Manufacturing Asphalt to Guarantee the Best Service

Wherever you go, you can’t run away from asphalt. It’s one of the most commonly used materials and the most recycled material in America. It’s used around the world, and for a good reason. When it’s manufactured properly and when it’s paved with care, no other material can compare. You need a company that’s constantly keeping up with the best industry practices and delivering top of the line asphalt services. We take pride in our work and encourage you to take a look at their job history and ongoing projects.

Benefits of Working with an Asphalt Company that Does it All

The benefits of working with a professional asphalt paving and manufacturing company are numerous but let’s start with the financial benefits. First of all, a good company is able to manufacture their own asphalt so they don’t have to hire a third party to deliver the working material. This reduces the costs and ensures the quality of service. Asphalt Contractors Inc use their own asphalt and guarantee the quality of our work. In addition, this ensures consistency.

You need a company that takes the job very seriously because we will take responsibility for our work and the quality of service we provide. A company’s work is the best reference. Not only do we carefully manufacture our asphalt but we also inspect to determine its purity and consistency. We consider every job an important investment and make long-lasting results. In addition to providing the best service, we also focus on preserving the environment. We recycle materials and ensure the manufacturing process is the most efficient and environmentally friendly.

Choose the company that uses only superior materials, the best equipment, and is certified so quality is guaranteed. We can completely carry out your project, from planning and preparation to completion and inspection with strong attention to detail. You as a customer mean the most to us – and we strive to build long term relationships.

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Once you decide it is time to work on your asphalt, you will contact and asphalt contractor. They will use language common to the asphalt industry – no need to worry about not being able to understand. Here are some common words you may want to know when it comes to asphalt:

Aggregates – A mixture of different sized stones, crushed rock and gravel. This makes up approximately 92+% of hot mix asphalt. The rest is made up of asphalt cement.

Asphalt – (Bituminous Asphalt Concrete) also referred to as “hot mix asphalt” or “flexible pavement”. This is a mixture of aggregates and hot asphalt cement. When placed and compacted and then cooled, the end product is asphalt pavement.

Asphalt Binder – This is a near-liquid petroleum byproduct used to bind the pavement together. Also referred to as Asphalt Cement.

Blacktop – This is the common “slang” term for asphalt. This can have a variety of meanings based on context.

Concrete – A mixture of cement, sand, gravel and water dried into a hard, compact building material. Most commonly used for sidewalks, curbs and driveways.

Core Testing – The method used to examine a constructed asphalt pavement for depth and makeup information.

Crack Routing – This is done pre-crack filling. A specific piece of equipment is used to follow the crack and clean it out to make sure it accepts the crack sealing material. Crack filling can be done without routing, but it has been proven that the crack repairs will last longer when this is added to the process.

Drainage – Typically asphalt surfaces are sloped to maximize the removal of surface water. This is done for vehicle safety as well as to protect the longevity of the asphalt pavement.

Geotextiles – This is a technical yet generic term for a fabric-like material used in the paving process. These can be manufactured with specific characteristics based on asphalt needs. An example of a performance characteristic would be stabilization of base material preventing migration into the sub grades.

Hot Mix Asphalt Concrete (HMAC) – This is the technical name for what is often referred to as “asphalt,” “hot-mix,” “blacktop,” etc. To avoid being misunderstood, you should always use this term when requesting asphalt pavement work.

Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement (RAP) – Ground asphalt that is added back into a fresh asphalt mixture at an asphalt mixing plant. This is gaining popularity for economic and environmental purposes.

Slope — This refers to the degree to which a paved surface is angled to aid in the drainage of water.

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