As an asphalt contractor, do you find keeping up with the demand for pavement and roadway maintenance and care challenging? You’re not alone! Countless contractors across the U.S. are looking for better, more effective means for repairing, protecting and restoring pavement while providing fast, reliable and long-lasting service. For these contractors, this means an investment in better equipment for asphalt repair. That’s where Etnyre can help! We provide asphalt contractors across Arizona, Illinois, Texas, Tennessee and the entire country with top-rated crack sealers and the best asphalt equipment on the market. Reach out today to learn about our exceptional products!
As cracks form in asphalt, these are some of the first signs of pavement under duress. Unfortunately, there’s no escaping the eventual degradation of asphalt under extreme temperatures, heavy traffic, and the passage of time. However, through crack repair and Etnyre’s top-rated crack sealers, you can slow asphalt deterioration and extend the life of your pavement, among other benefits:
Etnyre’s top-rated crack sealers are asphalt contractors’ number one choice for offering the best service. Thanks to the exceptional heating capabilities and circulation systems part of our crack sealers, operators experience higher production speeds and a lower cost of labor per shift, saving money for clients and businesses alike! Some of the other incredible features of Etnyre Crack Sealers include:
In addition to top-rated crack sealers, Etnyre produces the industry’s best live bottom trailers, asphalt distributors, and chip spreaders. Whether your company requires equipment for asphalt repair or wants to expand pavement maintenance and restoration capabilities, Etnyre has the high-quality machinery you need to go above and beyond for your clients. If interested in Etnyre’s additional asphalt products, used equipment, parts and services, and additional resources, call 815-732-2166. Our main office is located at 1333 Daysville Rd, Oregon, IL 61061, serving clients throughout Illinois, Arizona, Tennessee, Texas and the U.S.