Asphalt paving, or parking lot paving, refers to the process of laying down a layer of hot-mix asphalt on a surface, such as a road or parking lot, in the state of New Jersey.
This process involves preparing the asphalt pavement surface, applying the asphalt, and then compacting it to create a smooth, durable surface. It is typically done by professional paving contractors who have the equipment and expertise to ensure a high-quality result.
Asphalt paving in the winter can be challenging due to colder temperatures, which can affect the quality of the asphalt mix and the curing process.
It is generally not recommended to pave asphalt in temperatures below 50°F as the colder weather can make it difficult for the asphalt to properly bond and set, leading to a weaker and less durable surface.
However, with proper planning and special equipment and materials, it is possible to pave asphalt in the winter.
Ideally, parking lot repairs and maintenance should be done in the spring, summer, or fall, when temperatures are warmer and conditions are more favorable in New Jersey to allow for proper material bonding and curing.
However, in emergency situations, repairs may need to be done in the winter. Now, if your parking lot is in need of an emergency repairs or maintenance services such as a pothole or catch basin/storm drain repair, that is something that can be completed all winter long. A cost-effective way to do that is infrared asphalt repair.
It is best to consult with a professional paving contractor to determine the best course of action for your specific asphalt paving project.
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