Pothole Repairs

Contact Jordans Surfacing today for high quality road & pothole repairs at competitive prices across South Wales.

Professional Pothole Repair Service Across South Wales

Have you been looking for a pothole repair service in South Wales? Look no further! Here at Jordan Surfacing, we supply the best customer care to all our customers and offer a fast response to any emergency situations. Our team are on hand every day with excellent skill sets who can help you make your roads safe again.

Potholes are a menace to any road user and can cause accidents if not dealt with in time. It’s vital that potholes are repaired quickly, so it is important for you the customer to find a company who offer quality services at an affordable price. Our pothole repair contractors in South Wales will be able to get the job done quickly, meaning that you can use your road as normal again.

We also offer services for other types of surface issues, such as cracks in pavements and repairs to car parks and roads. Contact us today if you have any questions or would like a quote on our services.

Pothole Patching and Commercial Requirements

We have developed an innovative approach when tackling pothole repairs. First and foremost, we make absolutely certain that the area in question is clean and free of any debris. After a proprietary “tack” coating is applied to the pothole, it will be completely filled before being levelled so that is is flush with the surrounding surface.

The repair is then sealed so that future damage is less likely to occur. Not only will this watertight barrier prevent further erosion, but it offers a weather-resistant edge.

Reputable Road Repair Contractors

While we are more than happy to carry out standard pothole repairs, we also specialise in road surfacing treatments. Our pothole repair contractors are therefore fully capable of dealing with commercial, industrial and domestic projects with the same sense of dedication that has defined the entire company over the years.

As each project is naturally different, our approaches will be based around the task at hand as opposed to adopting a “one-size-fits-all” mentality.

We are also experts in tarmac resurfacing as well as generalised driveway repairs.

While potholes are certainly annoying eyesores, we need to keep in mind that these seemingly minor imperfections can lead to larger problems and in terms of roads, they may even cause safety concerns.

This is why it is important to contact Jordan’s Surfacing and to speak with a qualified representative. We will explain the options at your disposal and we will be more than happy to speak with you in person.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Long Does a Pothole Repair Last?

This is dependent on several factors, such as the traffic volume in the area. It can last for a few days, weeks, months, or even more. Our contractors use high-performance cold patch materials to boost the functionality if hot asphalt is unavailable. Hot mix asphalt is the most durable and sustainable material for repairing potholes in high traffic roads and highways.

How Long Does it Take To Fill a Pothole?

The task’s time varies from time to time and is affected by different factors. Depending on the pothole’s size, it can be completed within a day or a few days after the pothole’s first report. The weather is another major determinant as it can be challenging to fix the potholes during the peak winter months. However, we try as much as possible to restore the road’s or surface’s functionality as soon as possible to avoid inconvenience to the users.

What Methods Are Used For Pothole Repairs?

The most common methods for pothole repairs are throw-and-go, throw-and-roll, semi-permanent, and spray injection. Each of these methods has a different application methodology and cost. Some such as throw-and-go are relatively affordable and can be used in unprepared potholes. Others are superior and require complex procedures.

Can I Fill a Pothole By Myself?

Some motorists may consider fixing potholes by themselves. While it may be a prudent act, it is not the best option as it may endanger you and other road users. It is always great to let the professionals handle these tasks.

We hope that the information discussed in this section has been helpful.