Asphalt Cold Patch is ideal for driveway asphalt repair for the permanent repair of potholes, large cracks, and other defects. It is also recommended for parking lot repair, airport tarmac repair, and all blacktop pavement pothole repair projects.
Potholes are a common problem with asphalt that can lead to other problems down the road. Cold asphalt repair patch is perfect solution to hold up until a permanent solution can be performed. Our specially formulated Pothole Cold Patch is a Fast Setting Cold Applied Asphalt Patching Product that gets as close you can get to a "Hot" asphalt patch.
Asphalt driveways are prone to developing potholes and cracks due to extreme weather and heavy use and will require maintenance and repair on a semi-regular basis.
To make sure you keep your driveway in the best condition it can be, it's important to repair cracks when they show rather than leaving them to widen and worsen, making your repair job more costly and maybe even leading to an entire resurfacing.
We've got a range of crack filler, asphalt patch, and repair products to maintain your surface in excellent condition.
If you notice any cracks or potholes in your driveway, it's important to have them repaired as soon as possible to prevent any further, deeper-rooted damage down the line. If water or weeds begin to grow in your driveway it can deepen and widen cracks, and be more difficult to repair in the long run.
To prevent an asphalt driveway from needing complete resurfacing, which would be costly and more time-consuming, an excellent option is to patch up those cracks with crack filler.
While contractors and experts would opt for hot rubberized crack filler, utilizing melter and applicator machines to complete large jobs on highways and parking lots, our Asphalt Cold Patch is a fantastic and more affordable alternative for your smaller asphalt repair needs.
Still offering premium quality repair in an all-weather, permanent solution, our BOND-X GREEN high-performance pothole patch is a certain remedy for any cracks and holes you need to fill. What's more, it can also be used on concrete pavements as well as asphalt surfaces.