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The EZ Street Asphalt Pothole Hunter of the season is Tom Barrett in North Carolina. A shopping center parking lot was badly in need of repair, with 80-ton semis rolling across the damaged area. Everyone was skeptical about EZ Street Asphalt—until they put it in, and even U-turning semis couldn’t tear it up. And his guys on location in the rain show their love for filling potholes just one time, and having the repair permanent—guaranteed.
Kennetha Price of Nashville Public Works is responsible for over 50,000 potholes annually—and EZ Street Asphalt helps her save big on her budget.
Huge rains in Woolondilly Shire, New South Wales, were creating huge pothole problems. Their repairs weren’t holding up. EZ Street Asphalt to the rescue!
The Fayetteville PWC gets in and fixes things fast, reinstating their utility cuts with EZ Street Asphalt.
EZ Street is a polymer-modified high-performance industry-changing asphalt guaranteed to permanently repair potholes, utility cuts, overlays and edge repairs in asphalt or concrete. Not only does EZ Street Asphalt work in ALL weather conditions, it even works in water. No matter the location, the weather, or the time of day, EZ Street Asphalt is quick, effective, permanent and requires a minimal installation crew. It really is EZ!
EZ Street Cold Asphalt repair is guaranteed permanent. Do it right the first time. Patch potholes or close utility cuts permanently with EZ Street cold patch.
Potholes don't wait for nice weather. EZ Street Cold Asphalt can be applied directly into a water-filled pothole or other asphalt repair on a cold or rainy day.
EZ Street cold patch requires no mixing and no tack coat. It can be applied directly onto a wet or dry surface with no preparation whether the application be an asphalt overlay, pothole repair, utility cut or edge repair.
As soon as initial compaction is complete, the EZ Street Asphalt repair is ready to open up to traffic. Finishing the job faster means fewer labor and equipment hours and reduced traffic risks for workers and the traveling public.
No special equipment required. EZ Street Cold Asphalt is ready to use right out of the bag making it perfect for applications ranging from driveway repair to parking lot repair to road repair.
EZ Street cold patch asphalt is the easiest pothole repair product available.
EZ Street Cold Asphalt is a permanent solution for repairing potholes, driveway cracks and road repair. Cold patch Cold Asphalt is used to permanently repair potholes with an asphalt patch. Experienced asphalt contractors or weekend warriors find driveway pothole repair is easy with EZ Street Cold Asphalt patch. Cold Asphalt is the simplest pot hole repair product.
EZ Street Cold Asphalt is environmentally friendly and cold patch asphalt is more efficient than other pot hole repair products.
EZ Street Asphalt patch can be used in any season and any month to repair roads and pavement. Because EZ Street Cold Asphalt is permanent, patching crews don't have to make wasted trips filling the pothole first with a temporary cold patch and then returning later to fill the pothole with hot mix.
Do-It-Yourself pothole repair is easy with ez Street Asphalt.
You can find directions for repairing your driveway or repairing potholes at our DIY site. Pothole repair is as simple as buying EZ Street Cold Asphalt, opening the bag, pouring the asphalt pavement patch and tapping it down. Read about a demo using EZ Street cold patch.
Road repairs are more efficient and end up being less expensive with EZ Street Cold Asphalt, used around the world.
EZ Street Polymer-Modified High-Performance Industry-Changing Cold Asphalt is used in repairing potholes and damaged roads world-wide. The construction industry loves the temperature resistant, non-messy and easy to use Cold Asphalt product. EZ Street Cold Asphalt is the street repair product used by municipalities world-wide to repair city roads or repair highways. EZ Street Cold Asphalt is used by the US Military and EZ Street Asphalt repairs potholes in the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Latin America and Europe.