We have great news for you!
It’s never too late with SOS My Potholes.
You can use our asphalt cold based system for pothole repairs in any temperature and in all weather conditions.
There is nothing more frustrating than when you are driving and hit a bump or a hole and realize that you’ve just hit a pothole.
It doesn’t matter if you’ve hit a pothole on a road, parking lot, or driveway; they are threat to your vehicle, especially towards the tires and shock absorbers. If a pothole is not repaired properly the first time, the area may collapse again. Also, if you leave these craters unrepaired, in addition to damaging vehicles, potholes are also dangerous for pedestrians walking in this area. Permanent pothole repair are essential to maintaining the asphalt on your residential, commercial, and institutional properties.
How do potholes form? Water is essentially the root cause.
In order to understand how liquids damage asphalt, it is important to understand what it is made of.
Once the water gets in, it's the beginning of the end for asphalt.
If you notice any damage to the pavement, you should immediately deal with the situation, as potholes can spread.
There are two different ways to fix potholes; temporary cold patch repairs, or permanent repairs either with hot asphalt in the summer or with our Instarmac cold bitumen system. Why the two methods?
You can’t always make a permanent pothole repair with hot asphalt during cold periods or in winter. In some cases, with the old methods, you will need to do a temporary repair on the asphalt until you are ready for a permanent repair. That is why we, SOS My Potholes, only use Instarmac permanent repair product, which can be applied 12 months a year in all weather conditions.