Paving Rock Hard Roads Naturally
Paving with Petraviam is Better Than Asphalt or Concrete
Just how amazing is paving with Petraviam? Look into the numbers and discover what we've known for over a decade.
Petraviam paving stands up to a pounding, 128,000 pounds per square inch as tested by a third party engineering firm. That's double the standard for asphalt and in excess of most county and municipal requirements.
Petraviam's wet skid number is greater than 35, equivelent to concrete and exceeding Department of Transportation safety requirments.
And Petraviam paved surfaces last for years. The oldest installation is 11-years old and counting. Let's see asphalt do that.
Even with the superior performance of Petraviam paving, the key question of cost always comes up. We hired another third party research firm to look at the cost of concrete and asphalt installation in the central Texas market. Comparing 10,000 square foot projects that included ground preparation and 4-inches of surfacing. They had some trouble getting enough asphalt projects with 4-inches or overlay, many were only 2-inches. The concrete projects averaged $5.53/sq.ft, asphalt averaged $2.48 and Petraviam averaged $1.83/sq.ft. Actual pricing may vary depending on the size and scope of the project. County and municipal work is often priced by the mile.
For 1/3 the cost of concrete, 3/4 the cost of asphalt, Petraviam delivers a rock hard, 128,000 psi surface that lasts for 11-years and counting, is 100% organic and contains 0 carcinogens or volatile organic compounds. Paving with Petraviam creates a beautiful rock hard surface that is easier on your wallet and safer for the environment.
Petraviam Paving is Tougher than Asphalt and Lasts for Years