Description: Hot Asphalt is a paving and patching material primarily used in road construction, driveways, and parking lots. This is a permanent material and must be applied within a few hours of purchase. The cooler the material is the more difficult it becomes to work with. Do not leave excess in your vehicle as it will harden like a rock.
We make various mix designs that follow APWA specifications. We also make a few custom mix designs as needed. We use the following oils to produce mix designs. PG 64-22 (similar to the old AC-20), PG 58-28 (Similar to the old AC-10), PG 64-28, PG 64-34. PG 64-34 is a special order oil for large jobs that require it. Please inquire if that is what your project is requiring. Please check with your inspector on what oil type is required on the project.
We produce the following aggregate size mixes: 1/2", 3/4", and a custom 1/4" Fines. Most projects utilize 1/2" mix designs. Please check with your inspector if a specific aggregate size is required.
Following APWA Standards we produce various RAP (Recycled Asphalt Product) in the mix designs ranging 15% Rap, and up 25% Rap. RAP content required in a mix design is decided by the inspector on the job. Please check with your inspector on whether a RAP limitation is required on the job.
We have the ability to add in Fiber on jobs that require Fiber. Please Inquire in advance if you have a project requiring Fiber.
For private jobs most contractors utilize our 1/2" PG 58-28 oil 25% RAP mix design.
Cost of Hot Asphalt varies widely depending on the exact mix design that is being produced. Contact our office at 801-561-4231 option 3 for pricing. Not all mix designs are produced every day. Please call 801-561-4231 option 2 to get on the schedule for ordering asphalt for your projects.
We supply our asphalt material to all the cities across the Wasatch Front and Salt Lake Valley. We supply Hot Asphalt to everybody from Government Agencies, City Governments, and Private Contractors.
Laying Hot Asphalt is not something that the average person to do on their own project without having plenty of experience before. In those cases we will always recommend that they hire a contractor to do the project.