Tar & Chip Hebden Bridge Surface Dressing

Surface Dressing Tar & Chip Near Hebden BridgeAt SK Surfacing we offer a commercial surface dressing solution for Hebden Bridge road improvement. Surface dressing work is carried out by a dedicated team of specialists who have years of experience in road surface improvement projects.

Among the leading surface dressing contractors in Hebden Bridge, we only use the best Tar & Chip materials from some of the biggest names in the industry. All our work is fully guaranteed and conforms to British Standards, meaning your road improvements can be relied on to last.

We work closely with local authorities, councils and businesses, helping us build a trusted reputation for Hebden Bridge road surface dressing.

The Hebden Bridge Surface Dressing Process

Surface dressing is also known as 'Tar & Chip'. To surface dress a Hebden Bridge road surface, we carry out a couple of main steps:

  1. A level, even application of bitumen binder onto the existing road surface from a spray tanker
  2. An even application of aggregate chippings directly afterwards to provide the solid skid-resistant top layer

Tar & Chip surface dressing is generally not rolled into the surface afterwards, instead relying on the weight of subsequent traffic around Hebden Bridge to compress the chippings and naturally level out small imperfections.

Properly applied Chip & Tar should last well in excess of 10 years, even on dressed surfaces that receive very heavy traffic.

How much does Surface Dressing cost in Hebden Bridge HX7?

The price for tar & chip surface dressing in Hebden Bridge can vary greatly depending on a number of key factors, such as:

  • The size and depth of the road surface
  • The age of the current road
  • Additional drainage requirements
  • How easy it is to access the road
  • The current surface condition
  • Many other factors....

The above information must be taken into account when providing prices for Hebden Bridge Surface Dressing, which is why we request comprehensive information before giving you a quote.

The best method is for us to arrange a free no-obligation survey of your Hebden Bridge location. We can then put together the best, most accurate surface dress prices, that will perfectly suit your requirements.

Previous Surface Dressing Projects around Hebden Bridge

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    Why Choose SK Surfacing for your Hebden Bridge Road Surface Dressing?

    Tar & Chip Companies in Hebden BridgeWhen carrying out a road surface dressing project, our focus is on complete customer satisfaction. We deliver quality and reliability, ensuring your Hebden Bridge road surface improvements are completed on time and within budget.

    We include a 10 year guarantee on all Tar & Chip surfacing projects in Hebden Bridge for complete peace of mind. With competitive prices and a fast response, our skilled and professional workforce make us one of the best choices for dressing road surfaces in Hebden Bridge.

    Our team is happy to visit your location and carry out a free no-obligation survey. This will allow us to fully understand your surfacing requirements and offer a competitive quote.

    Call 01422 861973 today to discuss your Hebden Bridge road surfacing

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