Asphalt Tie-In

Asphalt tie-in is a pivotal service that ensures a smooth transition between new and existing asphalt surfaces. Whether you’re expanding a parking lot, adding a pathway, or repairing a section of a road, an asphalt tie-in is necessary to maintain the integrity of your pavement and ensure seamless access across your property. Our service aims to provide a visually cohesive result that enhances the overall functionality and aesthetic appeal of your asphalt surfaces.

What Is Included In Asphalt Tie-In?

Our asphalt tie-in service starts with a comprehensive evaluation of your existing asphalt and the area where the new asphalt will be installed. We then prepare the surfaces, ensuring they are clean and ready to bond with the new asphalt.

We use professional-grade equipment to ensure the new asphalt is evenly spread and compacted, ensuring it adheres properly to the existing surface. Our team carefully monitors the transition point between the new and existing asphalt, aiming to create a seamless blend that is both functional and visually appealing.

After the asphalt has been laid and compacted, we apply a sealcoat to the entire surface to provide additional protection and enhance the visual coherence of the combined surfaces.

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Asphalt Tie-In Benefits:

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Asphalt Tie-In FAQ:

What happens if an asphalt tie-in is not done correctly?
If an asphalt tie-in is not done correctly, it can lead to water penetration at the seams, causing damage over time. It can also create uneven surfaces that can be hazardous for both pedestrians and vehicles.
The duration of the process can vary based on the size of the area being tied in. However, we aim to complete most projects efficiently while ensuring high-quality results.
While new asphalt often appears darker than existing surfaces, it will naturally fade over time to a color more closely matching the existing asphalt. Sealcoating can also help to unify the appearance of the surfaces.
We aim to minimize disruption during the process, but for safety and efficiency, it’s generally necessary to close off the area being tied in. We’ll provide a detailed plan to ensure minimal impact on your operations.

Remember, our team at Diamond Striping is here to answer any other questions you might have and provide a parking lot striping solution tailored to your needs.