Pavement covers thousands of square miles in the U.S., and all that pavement needs proper maintenance to keep America moving. One of the most common paving issues, especially in asphalt, is potholes. Potholes can roll ankles, damage your suspension, and are ugly to look at.
If you have a pothole on your asphalt pavement, you need a thorough repair to avoid future problems, but what if it’s cold out? The thawing and freezing cycles are one of the biggest reasons for potholes, but you can’t make a permanent fix in the middle of December. Asphalt needs warm temperatures to properly cure but don’t worry, there are temporary solutions.
Let’s learn the two different ways you can repair potholes including the differences between temporary and permanent fixes, why there are two different steps, and how to make sure your repair sticks.