Casa Del Prado HOA is a condominium community in the heart of Fairfield, CA. As an older property that was developed decades ago, its road surfaces were in dire need of some TLC. Consistent block cracking throughout the pavement allowed us to put into place a plan that consisted of Petromat fabric interlayer laid on top of hot oil, followed by an inch and a half asphalt overlay. Prior to the overlay grinded the edges where the new asphalt overlay would interface with concrete gutter pans on the outer edges of the pavement. In addition, we provided inch and a half risers for all manhole and sewer/water covers on the property. Edge grinding and risers are key components to a quality project that give it the most finished look and greatest usability. These small details are what sets Action Asphalt apart from the rest.
Over years of traffic and use the asphalt pavement had deteriorated throughout this mobile home park. Since the cracking was consistently spread over the roads of this park, the best route for them was a complete Petromat-reinforced asphalt overlay. The Petromat would help to stop the transfer of cracks to the new asphalt overlay, while the overlay itself would provide strength and longevity to the road for years to come. By grinding along the asphalt and concrete gutter interface, we allowed the new overlay to create a smooth and non-trip hazard transition. Once the project was completed, the park management and homeowners were excited with how smooth the roadway turned out and the attention that our crew put into finishing even the smallest details. The investment into this park not only increased its appearance, but also its overall value.
The asphalt pavement at the mobile home park was particularly in need of repair. We started by removing several very large broken and cracked areas referred to as “alligatored” areas. We then compacted the weakening base rock, and replaced the areas with new compacted asphalt. This was followed by a Petromat-reinforced asphalt overlay to provide additional longevity to the failing roadways in the park. Grinding along all the concrete interfaces allowed the transition from asphalt to concrete gutter to be very smooth. The park management and homeowners were very pleased with the finished product.