Paving Rock Hard Roads Naturally
Gravel, road base and asphalt can't stand up to extreme erosion
Petraviam paving solutions stand up to erosion. The problem with gravel, road base and decomposed granite is they all wash away, creating mud and later dust coating your vehicles and equipment when wet and dry.
Now, imagine beating your driveway with 100 PSI of water pressure. More realistically, washing your truck with a high pressure hose or power washing a farm tool. Mud everywhere, right? Watch this video to see how paving with Petraviam stands up to pressure.
Now don't try this at home, just think about what would happen if you performed the same test on your gravel, chip seal or asphalt paved surfaces. Newer asphalt may hold up, older asphalt and chip seal would disintegrate almost as quickly as the road base in this video.
Third party testing proves Petraviam paved surfaces are twice as strong as asphalt, on par with concrete. Additional research proves that over time, Petraviam gets harder.
Facility operators know what happens when it rains, operations bog down as equipment sinks in the mud. Petraviam paved operations run smoothly. Home builders know the pain too, sub-contractors getting stuck, mud all over the project, and delays, resulting in increased building costs resulting in lower margins and unhappy customers.
Can your ranch road or facility lot stand up to hurricane driven rain? Petraviam paved surfaces do, beautifully. Moving buckets of clear rain water gently and safely off the surface without leaching the carcinogenic volitile organic compounds found in asphalt or chip seal.
Petraviam paving stands up to the power of water, eliminating mud, pot holes and washouts, eliminating the dust that follows when things dry out.
Petraviam Paving is Tougher than Asphalt and Lasts for Years