Tarmac Restorer: What is it and How Long Does It Last

Tarmac Restorer is a protective sealant for tarmac driveways and road surfacing. It improves the durability of tarmac surfaces, prolongs their life and enhances appearance. Tarmac Restorer has been specifically designed to be applied to tarmac surfaces that have already had an initial surface preparation or coating application. This means it can be used on…

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How To Fill Small Gaps in Tarmac

The tarmac on your driveway or car park may have small gaps in some areas. This can be caused by a number of factors including frost, wear and tear from cars driving over it, or damage to the surface. Luckily there are several ways in which you can fill these small gaps so that they…

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Surfacing Ideas to Improve the Value of Your Home

There are several ways to improve your home’s value, but one essential thing that is often ignored is improving the look of your driveway, patio or path. Here are a few surfacing ideas that can help you get a good price when you sell your property. Asphalt and tarmac driveways At Jordan Surfacing, we provide…

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What is Recycled Aggregate Concrete?

As more and more consumers and companies become worried about the environment, companies are being pressured to use materials from sustainable sources. Due to this, there is a substantial increase in the use of recycled aggregate concrete. Probably, you are wondering how using recycled aggregate concrete can benefit you. Well, the use of recycled aggregates…

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What Does a Red Road Surface Mean?

Red road surface sometimes referred to as pavement is a durable surface material usually laid down on an area meant to sustain foot and vehicular traffic. This means that it is used on roads and walkways. Therefore, a red road surface is a coloured form or road surface. This form is usually used to make…

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How To Remove Tar From an Asphalt Driveway

A tar stained asphalt driveway can see you lose a great deal on the property value. Investors will first look at the cleanliness of a property before they decide to buy it. Taking care of the compound of a home, driveways, and walkways is an excellent way to portray a good picture of both the…

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How Are Potholes Formed?

The most common quoted number is that potholes cause £1.25 billion worth of damage every year. Potholes are the bane of every driver’s life – over 800,000 are fixed annually, but it’s not enough. hen smooth roads or driveways start to break up there is always the possibility of damage to your car, if not…

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How Different Tarmac Jobs Are Priced

Driveways are essential to our properties. They make your home look classy, and this increases its market value, especially in cities. If you plan to create a new driveway or renovate an existing one, there are many options to choose from. Different materials are used for these driveways, and one of the most common is…

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How to Soften Cold Lay Tarmac

Cold lay tarmac is ideal for paths, potholes and driveway repairs. It’s ready to use straight from the bag and offers great coverage. A 25kg bad can cover an area of approximately 0.20 square metres. Driveways can undergo premature damage if poorly installed. Repairing using cold lay tarmac is easy and the layering instructions must…

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How Tarmac Can Help Reduce Carbon Footprint

In recent years, the use of environmentally-friendly tarmac has become the new norm across all industries. As the number of road and pavement building contractors increase, it is now more critical than ever before to lower carbon footprints by utilising carbon-free practices and aggregates. Although its solvable, unpredictable climate change is on the rise. Luckily,…

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