South Guildford - crossover resurface

Below are 2 before photos of two very worn crossovers at a residential property in the Perth foothills suburb of South Guildford. We removed a section adjacent to the footpath from both crossovers to enable the new surface to tie in flush to the concrete. The road was recently resurfaced and left high which enabled us to tie in to the road edge of both crossovers. The following photos show the completed two crossovers. Following the high sections being cut out from both cross

Embleton - driveway - residential - resurface

The first two photos show an existing badly worn and damaged driveway in the Perth suburb of Embleton. The driveway was swept clean, excess fill removed from the excavation at the top of the driveway and filled with roadbase, compacted and waterbound to form a hardstand surface. Below is the completed resurfaced driveway. Once the preparation and clean up of the driveway was completed the surface was tacked with a bitumen emulsion and resurface with a minimum 25mm thick layer

Glen Forrest - driveway - asphalt resurface

The two photos below show an existing well worn crossover and driveway with a couple of tree root raised sections. The photos below show the completed resurfaced driveway and crossover. The area was swept clean, potholes prefilled and compacted and the tree root raised sections levelled and compacted. The area was then tacked with a bitumen emulsion and resurfaced with a minimum 25mm thick layer of 7mm granite black hotmix/asphalt. After these photos were taken the area was l

Middle Swan - residential - driveway - crossover - resurface

The first 3 photos show a worn, aging residential bitumen crossover and driveway in Middle Swan. The following 4 photos show the same crossover and driveway after the resurfacing had been completed. The area was swept clean, potholes and depressions prefilled and compacted, the surface tacked with a bitumen emulsion and resurfaced with a 25mm thick layer of 7mm granite black hotmix/asphalt. #middleswan #perthfoothills #crossover #driveway #resurface #blackasphalthotmix #bitum

Mundaring - commercial driveway repair

The first 3 photos show a section of a commercial carpark and driveway in the Perth Hills suburb of Mundaring which has been damaged by a fallen tree. The contaminated material was removed from the excavation, roadbase was supplied, installed, compacted and waterbound to raise the level to the surrounding surfaces. The adjacent section of worn driveway was swept clean. The worn and damaged section of driveway was resurfaced with a bitumen tack emulsion and 40mm thick layer of

Gooseberry Hill - driveway resurface - flush concrete kerb

The first 4 photos show sections of this worn residential crossover and driveway in the Perth Hills suburb of Gooseberry Hill. The surface was swept clean after matching concrete kerb was supplied and installed to the crossover edges which had broken away over time. Potholes were prefilled and the area was tacked with a bitumen emulsion and resurfaced with a 25mm thick layer of 7mm laterite/gravelpave hotmix/asphalt. Once the area was resurfaced the area was sprinkled with sa

Northbridge - carpark - commercial - resurface

The first three photos show half a commercial carpark in Northbridge. The carpark is badly worn and the owners contracted us to resurface. The following four photos show the completed resurface. The area was swept clean, weeds removed, potholes prefilled, tacked with a bitumen emulsion and resurfaced with a 25mm thick layer of 7mm granite black hotmix/asphalt. On completion of the resurfacing this area was swept, hosed down, tidied up and sprinkled with a layer of sand to pre

Girrawheen - carpark - resurface - linemarking

Below are photos taken a few days prior to works starting at a site in Girrawheen. As is obvious this 2613m² carpark, driveways, and crossovers are heavily potholed and worn. We have been contracted to resurface the entire area. Below are 3 photos of the works underway. Works start with areas adjacent to flush surfaces (soakwells, concrete paths, ramps etc.,) being cut out and removed so once the 30mm thick new asphalt/hotmix is laid the surrounding surfaces remain flush. The

Boya - Perth Hills - driveway - resurface

The first 3 photos below show an existing worn section of driveway which needs resurfacing in the Perth Hills suburb of Boya. The owner contracted us a number of months ago to resurface half the existing circular driveway which was very badly worn and has now decided to resurface the remaining section. The area was swept clean of all loose material, weeds removed, bitumen tack emulsion added and then resurfaced with a 25mm thick layer of 7mm granite black hotmix/asphalt. #pe

Maida Vale - crossover resurface - patching

Below are before and after photos of an extremely worn crossover and a second potholed crossover and driveway in Maida Vale. The potholed crossover was swept clean, potholes prefilled and compacted with roadbase and vegetation removed. The surface was then tacked with a bitumen emulsion and resurfaced with a 25mm thick layer of 7mm red gravelpave hotmix with 1% oxide. The potholes were swept clean, tacked with a bitumen emulsion and patched with 7mm red gravelpave hotmix with

Victoria Park - carpark - church - resurfacing

Below are pictures of an old church carpark in need of resurfacing. The photos below show the surface once our crew had finished. The driveways and carbays were swept clean, edges trimmed back to tie in flush, potholes pre-filled and compacted. Once the preliminary works had been completed the area was tacked with a bitumen emulsion and resurfaced with a 25mm thick layer of 7mm granite black hotmix/asphalt. Sand was sprinkled on the surface to allow for immediate use and the

Mundaring - crossover - resurfacing

Below are before photos of a crossover in the Perth hills suburb of Mundaring. The driveway was swept clean and holes pre-filled prior to resurfacing. The photos below show the completed crossover. After the area was swept cleaned and potholes prefilled we applied a bitumen tack emulsion and a 25mm thick layer of 7mm granite black hotmix/asphalt. Once the surface was compacted and cooled down we sprinkled a few handfuls of sand on the turning area of the crossover to allow fo

Balcatta - commercial carpark - asphalt resurface

Below are the before pictures of a commercial carpark in the northern Perth suburb of Balcatta which is worn and has a few potholes. The carpark was closed over the weekend in which time we swept the surface, trimmed back the edges to tie in flush, prefilled potholes and resurfaced the carpark and crossover with a bitumen tack and 25mm thick layer of 7mm granite black hotmix/asphalt. The carpark was then sprinkled with sand to allow for re-opening and immediate use. Below is

Boya - driveway - resurface - hotmix - asphalt

The following 2 photos show the worn section of the existing driveway prior to the area being swept clean, trench prefilled with roadbase and resurfaced. The following 3 photos show the finished section of the circular driveway which was resurfaced with a bitumen tack and 25mm thick layer of 7mm granite black asphalt/hotmix. #Boya #driveway #perthhills #residential #resurface #hotmix #asphalt #trench #roadbase

Rockingham - carpark - resurface - extension

Below are 2 photos of an old and worn driveway at the rear of housing units in the Perth suburb of Rockingham. Below are 4 photos of various stages of work where we have removed the excess fill from the proposed driveway extensions, filled the excavations with roadbase @ minimum 100mm thick and compacted and waterbound to form a hardstand surface ready for asphalting. Below is a photo of the asphalt/hotmix work in progress. Following the completion of the hardstand extensions

Kalamunda - hills - driveway - resurface - red asphalt

This residential driveway in Kalamunda was severely damaged by neighbouring trees which have now been removed. The raised sections of driveway were removed, holes prefilled with compacted roadbase and each end of the damaged section of driveway was sawcut to be able to tie in flush. The sections were further prepared by sweeping, applying a bitumen tack and resurfacing with a 25mm thick layer of 7mm red gravelpave hotmix/asphalt with 1% oxide. Four subsidences at the rear of

Midvale - commercial - driveway - pothole - repair & resurface

Before and after photos of a commercial/industrial property in the Perth suburb of Midvale. The driveway and crossover are badly worn and potholed in desperate need of repair. We swept the areas clean, tacked with a bitumen emulsion, patched the potholes and resurfaced the worst section with a 25mm thick layer of 7mm granite black hotmix/asphalt. The area was covered with sand and made ready for immediate use. As you can see by the photos, we managed to complete the job witho

Osborne Park - carpark - driveway - resurface

The owner of this badly worn carpark for residential apartments which has been patched on many occasions decided to finally resurface the area with a bitumen tack and 25mm thick layer of black 7mm granite black asphalt/hotmix. Once the resurfacing of the area was completed we sprinkled a bit of sand to allow immediate use by the tenants vehicles. It will be many years/decades before this area needs any attention by way of patching or repair work. #commercial #carpark #pothole

Martin - Crossover - resurface

Before and after photos of a badly worn crossover in Martin. This crossover was severely potholed from heavy truck traffic. The area was swept clean free of any loose material, weeds removed, the area tacked with a bitumen emulsion, potholes pre-filled and then a 25mm layer of 7mm granite black asphalt/hotmix was laid and compacted to form a brand new surface. Shortly after these photos were taken the hotmix surface was sprinkled with sand and made ready for immediate use. #M

Mosman Park - crossover - resurface - asphalt - hotmix

Before and after pictures of a worn out shared crossover which was partially resurfaced as only one owner chose to do so. Half of this crossover has been swept and prepared ready for resurfacing. The potholes were prefilled, the surface was tacked with a bitumen emulsion and a 25mm thick layer of asphalt/hotmix was laid and compacted with a vibrating roller to create a new crossover. The property also had the problem of rain water running on to the crossover from the road and