A small, Missouri DPW make quick repair Of wet potholes with Fred Weber & EZ Street.
With a high population density, lots of traffic and cold, damp winters, repairing potholes can be nasty business.
Who really wants to send a road crew out onto a busy street for any longer than necessary? It creates a liability.
On a cold day in March, this demo was performed at the Harrisburg International Airport in Pennsylvania.
What happens when a pothole is allowed to become a lurking menace? It causes big problems.
Francis Ford Coppola Winery in Sonoma County called on Napa’s own Syar Industries to repair some problem pavement.
Hempt Bros Inc., patched potholes with EZ Street asphalt in the Harrisburg, PA area in 17 degree temperatures. Water, slush and ice filled the potholes on this frigid February day in 2015.
Let’s face it: working outdoors on road repair in the middle of winter in Denver is not going to be much fun. It’s just plain cold.
Repairing potholes in the Nashville suburb of White House is happening quickly, cost-effectively.
It’s winter in Denver. It is cold out there. If you have to be patching potholes, what better place to be than inside the nice
Purpose of review for recent trials held between November 2011 and June 2013 using EZ Street premium Cold mix
Douglas County, Colorado. Winters there are cold and snowy. Wintertime utility cut repair here can be cold and wet—even subject to blizzard conditions.
So, how did 8 bags of EZ Street cold asphalt turn into more than 800 bags? What happened was this…
This product demonstration in Canada shows EZ Street asphalt's ability to work in the presence of water.
Pothole repair on an unsealed road.
Potholes scattered around were becoming a serious and dangerous problem for Green Bay High School in Auckland, New Zealand.
Street maintenance crews working in Orivesi (in the Pirkanmaa region of Western Finland) have used EZ Street cold asphalt to repair potholes since 2010.
This nasty water filled pothole was found up in Chicopee, MA.
With EZ Street asphalt, you can quickly and easily repair water-filled potholes—without ever emptying the water.