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Why do we chip seal the roads?
Chip seal is used to preserve roadways approximately every seven years. Although the roadway generally appears to be in good shape at seven years industry research suggests that the road deteriorates, or becomes pot holed, ridged, etc, very quickly after the seven year period. Our crews restore the roads by applying oil and rock chips, reducing need for more intensive and expensive treatments.

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