Category: Asphalt

New Infrared Asphalt Equipment at Rose Paving!

Rose Paving / July 31, 2013

See the newest piece of equipment to be added to Rose Paving’s fleet: a 2014 Kasi Patriot Infrared Restoration System! Infrared asphalt technology uses infrared light rays to heat an area of pavement, enabling quick removal of failed asphalt. New material is applied and compacted all with the same machinery. This truck mounted, self-contained system incorporates the very best in design, workmanship, and materials.

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Facebook Contest: Awesomely Bad Pavement

Rose Paving / July 03, 2013

We’ve shown you before. Awesomely bad photos of real pavement defects – cracks so wide you lost a shoe and potholes so gnarly you’ve had to get a tow to the nearest tire repair shop. This time, we are turning the tables – show us YOUR real awesomely bad pavement photos – and have a chance to win $100!

Hop on over to our Facebook contest now and get started!

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Benefits of Infrared Asphalt Repair

Rose Paving / January 09, 2013

Even though cold temperatures are upon us, it’s never too soon to start thinking about your parking lot and planning for necessary repairs! Infrared asphalt technology is an effective solution for critical repairs needed in the winter months as it can be performed year-round. Consider Infrared Asphalt Repair to repair pothole damage, pavement heaving, deterioration on/around catch basins, and rough surfaces in drive lanes/parking stalls.

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Asphalt Facts: 8 Things You Didn’t Know

Rose Paving / September 26, 2012

Our Trivia Series continues with a collection of fun facts you may not have known about asphalt. Asphalt pavement is utilized in a variety of different applications because of its durability, cost-effectiveness, simplicity of construction, and strength.

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City of Chicago Honored With Environmental Leadership Award

Rose Paving / July 18, 2012

Please see below from NAPA, detailing the award our very own City of Chicago has been honored in receiving. Lanham, Md. — The National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) has recognized the autumn 2011 repaving of North Michigan Avenue, Chicago’s Magnificent Mile, as an outstanding example of breaking new ground in developing environmentally responsible pavements. Chicago…

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No Snow? Go Pro…with Proactive Parking Lot Maintenance

Rose Paving / March 28, 2012

This winter has been atypical in many parts of the country. Record snowfalls were predicted and instead most places experienced yo-yo temperatures and very little snowfall accumulation. That is good news for two reasons: you saved money on snow removal and you can afford proactive parking lot maintenance (which will further impact the bottom line!).

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Infrared Asphalt Technology – Great for Winter Repairs

Rose Paving / January 11, 2012

Do you have defects on your parking lot? Why wait for warmer temperatures; fix defects NOW using Infrared Asphalt Repair! Infrared asphalt technology is an effective solution for critical repairs needed in the winter months as it can be performed year-round. This unique method blends hot-mix asphalt with the original and then compacts the area to create a seamless restoration. Infrared Asphalt Repair can be used to quickly and efficiently repair pothole damage on parking lots, pavement heaving, deterioration on/around catch basins, and rough surfaces in drive lanes/parking stalls.

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Infrared Asphalt Repair: Video

Rose Paving / June 22, 2011

Infrared asphalt technology is an effective solution for critical repairs. This unique method blends hot-mix asphalt right in with the original and then compacts the area to create a seamless restoration. If you notice potholes–especially in high-traffic areas, pavement heaving or uneven surfaces surrounding catch basins (this is a common problem resulting after several freeze-thaw cycles), or rough surfaces in drive lanes or parking stalls, it is a good idea to consider infrared repair.

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Infrared Asphalt Repair Technology

Rose Paving / January 27, 2010

The winter season of 2009-2010 in the continental United States is already one for the record books.  Areas across the country that typically don’t have much snow have received unprecedented amounts.  Other regions that are known for their warm winter weather have been unseasonably cool.  In fact, most of the nation has already suffered through…

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