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When working for a new customer we do ask that a 50% deposit is paid prior to works commencing, this is a standard procedure.
Our standard payment terms are 30 days from point of invoice.
All of our operatives, foreman and senior management staff all have CSCS cards as well as SSSTS for example to ensure that all staff members that will be attending your site are accredited and knowledgable in their trade in order to provide our customers with the best quality of works.
Yes, we are very knowledgable in our trade and we can advise on the best products to fit your specification. There are many different products and recipes on the current market so we can advise on the best products to suit your site of works. No two sites are ever the same so it is important that you get the right product to suit your surface. We work closely with our suppliers highly experienced technical departments to ensure we always keep up to date with new products are are giving our customers the best possible service.
Yes you can. There are a variety of colours in asphalt such as red and green. However due to these being specialist products they are very expensive and for this reason they are most commonly used on small areas such as bus stops and paths.
Tarmac is more vulnerable and at greater risk to damage in its early life before the surface has time to strengthen and harden through age. The risk of damage is higher in the summer months due to ambient temperatures and long stretches of sun light (although this is hard to believe in this country!) There are generally two forms of wear that affect the surface.
- Results of standing points such as heavy loads from waste skips, caravans, motorbike stands and ladders. Indentations such as this cannot be repaired easily. They would generally have to be patched which can be unattractive and ruin the effect of the area. Therefore you should avoid using any of the following on your new drive until it has had a sufficient amount of time to harden.
- Result of scuffing actions of vehicle tyres. This is probably the most common form of damage. Using power steering as a combination of turning wheels in a stationery movement or manoeuvring in a small area very slowly. Where scuffing has occurred the area should immediately be trodden back in the reconsolidate the loose aggregate particles that have since been disrupted. This will only be effective on newly laid surfaces.