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plow friendly speed bump installation

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by hosenfeffer, Jan 27, 2010.

  1. hosenfeffer

    hosenfeffer Senior Member
    from nh
    Messages: 127

    Have a commercial lot/retail parking/ customer wants a speed bump that my plow won't scrape up that is fairly easy for me to install. It is used more runoff from the only place I can pile snow without piling and pushing 3 or 4 times. It runs into the parking area and freezes overnight. Since I am paid by the season salt/sand every night it freezes and thaws is not working out for me. It will need to be about 20 feet long.
  2. big acres

    big acres Senior Member
    Messages: 653

    Are you saying that the reason is to control run-off and not necessarily to slow people down?
  3. Runner

    Runner Senior Member
    Messages: 957

    If it is asphalt, find an asphalt company that does infra-red repair. A buddy of mine does this, and these units are nothing but awesome. He can go in and do crack repair, over coating, patching of hokes of any size - including large cut holes and trenching, and when he is done,...you can't even tell it was done...It like welds the asphalt together. The unit melts the asphalt down, and it is then mixed and blended with the new material. With this process, for speed bumps, they are formed so they cannot peel
  4. mcwlandscaping

    mcwlandscaping 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,557

    Ill second that infa-red paving...incredible results!
  5. hosenfeffer

    hosenfeffer Senior Member
    from nh
    Messages: 127

    yeah mainly for water runoff. Speed bump was my idea since paving seems expensive and tough in winter.Thanks I will look into infrared installation in winter in nh?