With the costs of insurance continuing to rise, and insurance assessments becoming more stringent, it’s wise to check your asphalt areas for potential trip hazards. Apart from keeping your patrons safe and also avoiding vehicle damage, repairing trip hazards early can not only save you money but also keep you in good standing in the event of a mishap. It doesn’t take much to catch a shoe, and if left unrepaired, broken asphalt becomes a trip hazard that may only get worse. Keep your insurance company happy and meet the safety expectations of your customers by getting those hazards fixed now.
Giving smooth access for disabled people and also for deliveries is a simple as creating an access ramp using asphalt. Whatever your needs, we can design and install the perfect access ramp solution for you. We can make them to any specification you might need including appropriate measured disability ramps, forklift-to-warehouse ramps or trolley ramps over concrete kerbs.
Call us now to discuss your access ramp needs.
August 25 2018
When we excavate a trench, to get the best result we dump all of the spoil. We ensure the integrity of the trench by putting in road base from the bottom up and compacting the layers as we go, until we reach the desired depth for asphalt reinstatement. In doing it this way we reduce future sinkage.
August 2 2018
Some of our competitors use a slap-dash approach to repairing asphalt. This can often mean simply dumping some asphalt in a pothole and then slapping it with the back of a shovel. This results in a messy look and improperly sealed edges which will make the repair subject to quick failure.
July 17 2018
Budget Asphalt proudly supported team Sean Walsh & Rikki Nash in the recent Great Endeavour Rally 2018.
Sean and Rikki had this to say...
Firstly a massive thank you to all the individuals and the companies that jumped on board and helped support us to participate in the Great Endeavour Rally 2018. Your donations towards this cause were fantastic and greatly appreciated! Your generosity allowed us to participate in this fantastic event, and 100% of all money raised went to assist the foundation to raise much needed money for the care of people with disabilities.
We recently spent a week travelling around northern NSW on the 4000km rally, stopping at some remote schools and towns. A lot of these small schools with less than 15 students supplied the lunches and dinners which also brought much needed fundraising money to their communities. The children also got to take rides in the rally cars and also in the support army trucks which was a highlight for them.
Our car #071 “Wagon Wheels” survived the rally although very worse for wear by the end, although many other cars didn’t finish with broken axles and gear boxes etc.
Once again thank you for your marvelous generosity – we are extremely keen to participate in the 2019 rally from Bundaberg to the Gulf and back to Townsville – as defending champions!!