Guide to car park surfacing and structural issues

Waterproofing and surfacing specialist, Triflex has put together a guide, Solutions for failing asphalt, for multi-storey car parks.

The guide for car park owners, operators, and managers, considers the challenges as these structures age and asphalt deteriorates, and includes a handy list of  ‘Asphalt failures you cannot ignore’, ‘providing a visual reference for action’.  Also explored are ‘the four key choices faced to maintain the structural integrity, waterproofing, and protection of these hard-working structures’. Triflex said: “From asphalt repair, asphalt removal, and replacement, to technologically advanced asphalt overlay solutions, the downloadable format provides expert guidance.”

A series of blogs is also available which includes an article by National Sales manager for Triflex, and Vice Chair of the British Parking Association’s Structure Group, Richard Bowyer.

Triflex Sales director, Tony Mills, explained: “As part of our industry-leading free condition surveys, we see every kind of asphalt condition, above and below the surface. Thankfully, due to our advanced PMMA cold liquid applied technology, we have been able to address all these problems across the built environment.  We hope that the guide and series of blogs gives some reassurance that landlords, owners, operators, and specifiers are not alone, and that our expertise is on hand for warrantied waterproofing and protection of multi-storey car parks. With systems that overlay existing surfaces, the solutions not only offer minimal disruption, but are rapid, sustainable, and cost-effective.”


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