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Pavement Preservation

Intermountain Slurry Seal, Inc.

Intermountain, a wholly-owned subsidiary, has been serving the needs of the Pavement Preservation industry since 1978. With over 35 years of experience, Intermountain provides a wide array of services and solutions that meet all residential street, highway and commercial customer Pavement Preservation needs for customers throughout the United States. With offices located in Utah, Texas, Nevada and California, Intermountain is positioned to help you protect your pavement asset value.

Slurry
Slurry Seal

A mixture of emulsified asphalt, fine aggregate, mineral filler and water. Slurry Seal is the best preventative maintenance solution for your surface. It seals the surface, stops pavement from raveling, and smooths and weatherproofs. Slurry Seal is a non-skid surface.

Micro
Microsurface

A composition of polymer asphalt emulsion and selected fine aggregate. It is applied cold and can be placed in thicknesses up to 1.5". Micro-surfacing is the only product used worldwide to fill ruts in pavement.

Chip Seal
Chip Seal

A seal coat that can consist of a single or multiple application of emulsified asphalt and graded cover aggregate. Excess cover aggregate is normally removed upon completion. This treatment weatherproofs and adds skid resistance properties that can be performed over base rock or asphalt pavement.

Road Striping
Road Striping

Process of applying water based paint or thermo plastic paint to existing striping configuration or to the design and layout of new striping configurations.

Cape Seal
Cape Seal

Consisting of a single application of chip seal followed with a single application of slurry seal. This application is extremely cost-effective giving the end-user the best of both treatments. The cape seal treatment has been in use in California for many years on projects with long life cycles.

Asphalt Rubber
Asphalt Rubber

Asphalt Rubber Binder is a highly rubberized Field Blended material that can be spray applied and used in hot mix paving. The recycled tires that are reacted with high quality asphalt cements improve the binders overall properties allowing for higher binder content in both spray applied applications and hot mix creating a product that has been proven to last longer than conventional methods.