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Old 09-18-2009, 04:40 PM   #1
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Asphalt repair in snow country


Folks,
my house in the lake tahoe area (think lots of snow in winter) has an asphalt driveway. A small hole (2" by ~5")has developed where the driveway runs over a CMU retaining wall (the house is built on a slope) and into the garage. The hole appears to be on the back side of the retaining wall. What kind of fill is appropriate to fix this? A hardware guy told me pneumatic concrete, but have not found this material.
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Old 09-18-2009, 07:33 PM   #2
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ask the kc termite,,, he's the moderator UP on odd cretes

far's me, i'd say the base has washed out under the hole,,, grab up a bodacious iron bar & ' stick ' that hole til you feel bottom,,, fill it w'soupy conc/mortar/topping mix as you wish, then patch the top w/cold patch,,, you can get all that stuff at any apron store.

have been fixing conc for 37yrs & the only ' pneumatic ' conc i ever saw was shotcrete ( pneumatically applied concrete ),,, when you can, ask him how he defines that term, would you ? ? ?
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Old 09-19-2009, 05:34 PM   #3
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Probably meant Hydraulic Cement, but it would not be the correct material. Follow the advise given above as it is the right way!
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