Guess what? They’re crap! I think by instinct we know what quality is. There is a crispness or neatness about quality work, and pothole patching is no different. When we see a patch and it looks like a blob, this doesn’t represent a feeling of longevity or good workmanship. If your patch is lumpy and has tire tracks through it, the pothole patch shows carelessness and indifference.
The installation of asphalt has been done in a variety of weather and temperature conditions. People ask me all the time “What is the optimum temperature to lay asphalt?” Now I’m thinking “I like it around 65 to 70. Not too hot, not too cold, I don’t sweat so much”. Then I realize the customer is talking about the installation of their asphalt and not my well being. The answer to their question is “It depends.”
In the world of parking lot maintainence the burning question about sealcoating is?......
Which is better to apply sealcoating, brushing or spraying?