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New Spray Injection Patching Service: a low-cost solution to pothole problems
December 1, 2017 / Corporate

New Spray Injection Patching Service: a low-cost solution to pothole problems

Eurovia Specialist Treatment (EST) is launching a new Spray Injection Patching (SIP) service to clients looking for alternative low-cost solutions to large-scale pothole problems. SIP is a cost-effective method of prolonging the life of a road with medium to severe deterioration, by sealing the surface to prevent further water ingress, the leading cause of potholes and surface defects. SIP not only eliminates the surface defect, but also minimises further damage by allowing clients time to identify further potential treatment options.

Multiple companies within the Eurovia Group UK and Ringway have been using this method, including term maintenance contracts in Worcestershire, Hertfordshire and Essex. SIP can be used as a solution to pothole repairs, but also as a permanent repair for pre-surface treatments as an alternative to large, heavy, expensive machine patching.

 

With an ever increasing demand for fast and reliable solutions, EST is investing in SIP to help clients maximise value for money. EST provides a site survey for every location with thorough record keeping for quality assurance at competitive prices.

 

Robert Gourlay, Operations Manager for EST said: “EST has undertaken Spray Injection Patching for both planned works and also for ‘find and fix’ works in rural and urban environments. We have been able to help clients make significant savings in comparison to traditional repairs. Our specialist, site-specific surveys ensure we perform the repairs only on suitable locations and can deliver a robust programme of works to a high standard.”

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