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Crack Repair

Customer satisfaction is the topmost priority at Yellowstone Pavement Solutions. Regardless of the size of your project – be it a large parking lot, a federally or state-managed road system, or a small residential driveway – we are committed to prioritizing your needs and requirements.

Crack Repair Services

Residential Crack Repair

Cracks in your asphalt are the first signs of extreme wearing on your pavement. If you let cracks remain, then the sub-base structure of your pavement is compromised and you may be in for a hefty bill. Take care of these as soon as you can by giving us a call!

Commercial Crack Repair

An asphalt parking lot is a major investment for a business. If your budget is tight, we always recommend sealing your cracks as a minimum in preventative maintenance. This will ensure that water has no where to travel within your asphalt surface.


We do city streets and roads as well. If you are a general contractor or city official looking for a quote, let us know and we would be happy to get you some numbers.

Crack Repair

Why it Matters

Over time, cracks can develop in your asphalt pavement due to the natural freeze and thaw cycles that occur in Montana. If left unchecked, these cracks can lead to costly and unsightly failures of your driveway or parking lot. That’s why at YPS, we recommend addressing these cracks as soon as they appear to prevent any further damage.

We understand that your asphalt surface was a significant investment, which is why we take pride in our work and have developed a sealing process that ensures maximum dependability. By investing in crack repair, you can significantly increase the lifespan of your pavement and save money in the long run. It’s one of the most effective techniques for maintaining the integrity of your pavement.

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Crack Repair FAQs

Most frequent questions and answers

How do Cracks Form?

Cracks in asphalt can form due to a variety of reasons, including:

  • Age and wear and tear: Over time, asphalt can age and become brittle, leading to cracking.
  • Weather and temperature changes: Extreme weather conditions such as freeze-thaw cycles or hot and cold temperature changes can cause expansion and contraction of the asphalt, leading to cracks.
  • Poor construction or installation: Improper installation or insufficient compaction during construction can lead to weak spots in the asphalt that can eventually crack.
  • Heavy traffic or weight: Repeated stress from heavy traffic or weight can cause the asphalt to crack over time.
  • Chemical spills: Spills of chemicals such as oil or gasoline can break down the asphalt and cause it to crack.

What Should I Do to Address Cracks in my Asphalt?

When cracks appear in your asphalt pavement, it’s essential to address them right away. Delaying the repair can cause more moisture to seep into the sub-base and cause further degradation, leading to costly pothole repairs. To avoid unnecessary expenses, it’s crucial to keep up with driveway maintenance. If you notice cracks in your asphalt driveway, contact Yellowstone Pavement Solutions, and one of our engineers will assess the damage and provide a cost-effective solution. Ignoring cracks can lead to expensive repairs in the future, making it crucial to act fast and prevent further damage.

How Much Does Crack Repair Cost?

Prices for crack sealing and repair can vary as each job is bid as an individual project. However, on average, the cost per linear foot for these services typically falls between $1.50 and $2.50. The cost is based on the quantity of work needed, meaning that larger jobs can often result in a lower overall price for crack repair.


Are There Different Crack Fill Materials ?

Yes. The materials vary based on ASTM specifications. We have a couple options with the most popular being a product that conforms to ASTM 6690 and is used in most commercial and residential settings. This product sets up really nicely and rarely pulls up. We have more information if you would like, just follow the contact form and let us know!