Pothole Patching — This method involves manually installing new asphalt mix and compacting the area. McFadden provides emergency pothole patching with a “cold patch” product during the winter season. Although this repair is quick and inexpensive, it is only a temporary fix, because it does not correct any underlying problems.
Surface Patching — This patch requires a partial depth removal by milling the surface of the asphalt, cleaning it, and then installing new asphalt. This procedure removes surface defects and the repair will generally last about 4-5 years if milled to proper depth.
Dig Out Patching (Full-Depth Patch) — With this process, the deteriorated asphalt is fully removed to the base before installing the new asphalt. This is the most long-term repair of the three listed.
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