LMS Highways Services – Cost Saving Highway Repair Solutions
With the UK entering a recession and the government making necessary budget cuts throughout many sectors, it’s looking as though budgets for highway schemes will be reduced for 2023, forcing projects to focus on preventative and life extending highway repairs as opposed to replacements.
LMS Highways are a national supplier of specialist highways maintenance projects with 40 years of experience in the highways sector. Employing a number of techniques and innovative materials, LMS are able to offer tailor made and cost-effective repair solutions.
Road degradation is inevitable, potholes, cracking, rutting, subsidence and surface deterioration are all types of wear and tear to occur over time. These will eventually need repairing whether this be a full surface replacement or a less costly repair which will help prolong the life of carriageway.
Types of highway repairs LMS can provide:
Deep Concrete Repairs
Our solution incorporates cementitious and hot applied materials that repair full depth slabs (including below the rebar) to depths in excess of 300mm.
Thin Bond Repairs
Used for fixing thin surface cracking due to pavement movement, repairing broken slab corners and to reform levels between adjacent slabs.
Various Crack Repairs
Offering both hot and cold applied BBA HAPAS material solutions for long lasting repairs on tarmac and concrete surfaces at various widths.
Overband, suitable for narrow cracks up to 5mm wide. Fast to install, seals and prevents water ingress.
Fill & overband, for cracks up to 40mm wide, prevents water ingress while reinstating the surface profile and preventing long term skid resistant values (SRV).
Inlaid, suitable for either single or multiple cracks, typically installed at widths of 100-250mm wide and 20-40mm deep. Used to repair cracks and fretted joints that are at risk of degenerating into more expensive repairs.
Sami, designed to be installed before an asphalt overlay, a variety of screed or recessed layers to help prevent reflective cracking and seal the joint in the surfacing layer below the wearing course to prevent water ingress.
Offering a variety of cost-effective systems for joints using both hot and cold sealants including saw cut & seal, kerb edge sealing and mastic joint sealing for slot drain repair and gantry walls etc.