*Pavement preservation is a cost-effective set of practices that extend pavement life and improve safety and motorist satisfaction while saving public tax dollars. Source: NCPP The National Center For Pavement Preservation
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Paul Von Norman
Caltrans Maintenance Supervisor, Escondido, CA
"I need a product to handle crack repairs, spalling, and particularly bridge decks and approaches where different rates of flexibility are a problem. I've tried all the alternatives but nothing works like this.
It's really amazing - I've never had a single failure, and I started using it on an R&D basis since 1988. You can expect 10 years of life from your repairs."
"It's an excellent product... particularly for shallow depressions or alligatored surfaces like wheel ruts. I save on labor - 40% of the crew needed for the asphalt crew, in fact it can be spot-applied by a single worker. To make it even more economical, I extend it by mixing it with clean aggregate."
"I love it... I use it anywhere I've got a problem - potholes, manholes, alligatored surfaces. It works well, and lasts long."
"Percol repaired a badly cracked and broken section of taxi-way to our hangers... the alternative was a very expensive replacement of the concrete, but Percol cleaned up the damage beautifully. And the repair to our asphalt parking lot is excellent too."
"This is the second year we have used the material on our roads, and its advantages make it well worth our investment. I would have never started using this material if I didn't know/think that it has the ability to perform at an acceptable level."
used the Percol products to repair the cracked and chipped areas of
concrete at the entrance to our Home Office building. The job was done
quickly and simply - this stuff really works"
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