OIL SPOT REPAIR
PROFESSIONAL OIL SPOT REPAIR IN NEW JERSEY
Conventional mill and patch repair methods would be too costly and overkill for an oil spot repair. The infrared pavement patching method can properly correct an oil spill in a cost-effective and timely manner by heating the area removing the 2”-3” of oil-saturated surface material.
Test The Oil Spot to See if it Needs Repair
If an oil spot is new (less than 3 days old), it may not have had time to absorb it into the pavement. Try washing the oil away using hot water, detergent, and a soft broom. Once you’ve cleaned the oil as best you can, test the spot by scratching it with a screwdriver. If the pavement cracks or crumbles in any way, the material is already breaking down, you’ll need an infrared pavement patch.
Uncertain if you need an infrared pavement patch solution or seal coating? Contact one of our pavement repair specialists today for an estimate and free evaluation.