Surface Dressing and Road Repairs The Scottish Borders

Surface dressing Scottish Borders protects the road’s surface and seals the road from water damage. Most of the time, this process is done after driveway tarmac repairs Scottish Borders to protect the area.

What is Surface Dressing Scottish Borders?

Surface dressing Scottish Borders is a treatment that is applied to roads that are in state of repair. The treatment is made from bitumen and aggregate chippings, which seals the top layer of the road. This helps keep the road in good condition and lessens the need of road patch repairs Scottish Borders.

Will My Road or Driveway need to be closed?

In most cases, roads are not completely closed during surface dressing. However, the lane or your driveway may need to be closed to protect the surface until it is dry. Full roads are closed only if there is no safe passage during the work operation. These areas will be marked with signs.

Even though surface dressing Borders only takes a short amount of time to complete, there will be times when access to the properties will be limited. If you need to access your property, you should speak with one of the site workers to see if they can move for a few seconds, so you can get onto your property. Most times, this will not be a problem.

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When is Surface Dressing Scottish Borders Done?

Like many other Car Park Pothole repairs Scottish Borders, the surface dressing is most times done from April until August. It may be possible to have surface dressing done earlier or later than that time period, but it will depend greatly on the weather conditions and the road. Most times, the work is done during the day and workers try to avoid working during rush hours.

How Long Does the Work Take?

In most areas, surface dressing takes about 1 to 3 days to complete, depending on the size of the area and existing condition, the more repairs needed to be made the longer it takes to carry out being worked on. Sweeping is done in intervals for about a week, and then the lining is replaced if needed.

Why Not Just Resurface the Road?

If roads were resurfaced, instead of having a surface dressing applied, they would need to be replaced four times more often. This is because many drivers prefer to drive on roads that have been newly resurfaced or replaced because these roads are smoother. Many times, this causes a huge amount of traffic on these roads. The process of resurfacing a road is also more time consuming and expensive than surface dressing. In most areas, the surface dressing is only needed about every 5 to 10 years.

Surface dressing Scottish Borders is an important part of road repairs because it protects the roadway from water ingress and normal wear and tear. If you would like more information about our services or a free quotation, feel free to contact us.

 

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Areas in Scottish Borders That We Offer Pothole Repairs & Surface Dressing Service

 

Here is a full list of cities, towns and villages in the county of The Scottish Borders, Scotland that we cover:

A

Abbey Mill, Abbey St. Bathans, Abbotsford Ferry railway station, Abbotsford House, Abbotrule, Addinston, Aikwood Tower, Ale Water, Alemoor Loch, Allanbank, Allanshaugh, Allanshaws, Allanton, Ancrum, Ancrum Old Parish Church, Anglo-Scottish Border, Appletreehall, Ashiestiel, Ashkirk, Auchencrow, Ayton, Ayton Castle, Ayton Parish Church, Ayton railway station

B

Baddinsgill, Baddinsgill Reservoir, Bairnkine, Barony Church, Bassendean, Battle of Ancrum Moor, Battle of Humbleton Hill, Battle of Nesbit Moor, Battle of Nesbit Moor, Battle of Philiphaugh

Bedrule, Bedshiel, Belses, Belses railway station, Bellspool

Bemersyde, Bemersyde House, Bemersyde Moss, Berwickshire Railway, Birgham, Blackadder, Blackadder Water, Blackcastle Rings, Blanerne Castle, Blyth Bridge, Boleside, Bonchester Bridge, Bonjedward, Bonkyl Kirk, Boon Farm, Borders Abbeys Way, Bordlands, Borthwick Water, Bothwell Water, Bow Castle Broch, Bowden, Bowerhope, Bowhill, Bowhill House, Bowismiln, Bowmont Water, Bowshank, Branxholme, Branxholme Castle, Bridgelands, Broad Law, Broadhaugh, Broadmeadows, Brotherstone Hill, Broughton, Baccleuch, Buckholm, Burnfoot, Burnmouth, Buxley

C

Caddon Water, Caddonfoot, Caddonlee, Caerlanrig, Camptown, Cappercleuch, Carcant, Cardrona, Cardrona Forest, Carlops, Carolside, Carter Bar, Castle Holydean, Castlecraig, Castleton, Cavers, Cessford, Cessford Burn, Cessford Castle, Chambers Institution, Chesters Estate, Cheviot Hills, Chirnside, Chirnside Parish Church, Chirnsidebridge, Clappers, Clintmains, Clovenfords, Cockburnspath, Coldingham, Coldingham Bay, Coldingham Loch, Coldingham Priory, Coldstream, Coldstream Guards Museum, Cor Water, Cove, Craigierig, Craik, Craik Forest, Crailing, Crailinghall, Cranshaws, Cringletie, Crook Inn, Crosshall Cross

D

Darnhall Mains, Darnick, Dawyck Botanic Garden, Dawyck Chapel, Dawyck House, Debatable lands, Denholm, Dere Street, Dewar, Dewar Burn, Dewar Hill, Dewar Water, Dinlabyre, Dirrington Great Law, Dirrington Little Law, Dodcleugh, Drumelzier, Drumlanrig Tower, Dryburgh, Dryburgh Abbey, Dryburgh Abbey Hotel, Dryburgh Bridge, Dryhope, Dryhope Tower, Dun Law, Dunglass Viaduct, Duns, Duns Castle, Duns Castle nature reserve, Duns Law, Dunse Spa, Dye Water

E

Earlston, Earlston railway station, Eccles, Eckford, Eddleston, Eddleston Water, Eden Water, Edgerston, Edgerston House, Edgerston Mill, Edin’s Hall Broch, Ednam, Ednam Church, Edrington, Edrom, Eildon Hill, Ettleton, Ettrick, Ettrick Forest, Ettrick Kirk, Ettrick Marshes, Ettrick Water, Ettrickbridge, Eye Water, Eyemouth, Eyemouth Museum

F

Falahill, Falkirk, Faldonside, Falnash, Fast Castle, Fatlips Castle, Faughill, Ferniehirst Castle, Fishwick, Floors Castle, Fogo, Fogo Priory, Foulden, Fruid Water, Fulton Tower

G

Gala Water, Galashiels, Galashiels Baptist Church, Galashiels railway station, Garvald, Gattonside, Gattonside Suspension Bridge, Gavington, George Meikle Kemp Memorial, Gilmanscleuch, Gilston, Glen Ho, Glenbreck, Glenholm, Glentress, Glentress Forest, Gordon, Gordon Moss, Gorrenberry, Grantshouse, Greenknowe Tower, Greenlaw, Greycrook, Gunsgreen House

H

Hadrian’s Wall, Halidon Hill, Halldean Mill, Halliwell House Museum, Hallrule, Hallyards, Hallyne, Hare and Dunhog Mosses, Harecleugh Forest, Harestanes, Harestanes Visitor Centre, Harmony Garden, Harwood on Teviot, Hassendean, Hassendean railway station, Hawick, Hawick railway station, Hawkshaw, Headshaw Hill, Heiton, Heriot, Heriot railway station, Heriot Water, Hermitage, Hermitage Castle, Hermitage Water, Heugh Head, Hillhouse, Hillslay Tower, Hilton, The Hirsel, Hirsel Homestead Museum, Hobkirk, Holms Water, Holylee, Hornhole Battle Site, Horsburgh Castle, Horseley Hill, Hoselaw Loch and Din Moss, Houndslow, Housesteads Roman Fort, Hownam, Hume, Hume Castle, Hurkar Rocks, Hutton, Hyndhope

I

Innerleithen

J

James Hutton Trail, James Thomson Memorial, Jed Water, Jedburgh, Jedburgh Abbey, Jedburgh Castle, Jedburgh Deer and Farm Park, Jedburgh Greyfriars, Jim Clark Room, John Buchan Centre, John Buchan Way, Johnnie Armstrong’s Grave

K

Kailzie Gardens, Kaim Knowe, Kale Water, Kalemouth, Kalemouth Suspension Bridge, Kelloe House, Kelso, Kelso Abbey, Kelso Racecourse, Kershope Burn, Kilbucho, Killochyett, Kilnsike Tower, Kimmerghame House, Kingledoors, Kirk Yetholm, Kirkbride Parish Church, Kirkburn, Kirkhope, Kirkhope Law, Kirkhope Tower, Kirkhouse, Kirkton, Kirktonhill, Kirkurd

L

Ladykirk, Ladykirk and Norham Bridge, Lake of the Hirsel, Lambden, Lamberton, Lammer Law, Lammermuir Hills, Langhaugh, Langton Parish Church, Lanton, Lanton Moor, Lanton Tower, Lanton Wood, Lauder, Lauder Common, Lauderdale, Leadburn, Leader Water, Leaderfoot, Leaderfoot Viaduct, Leithen Water, Legerwood, Legerwood Kirk, Leitholm, Lempitlaw, Liddel Castle, Liddel Water, Liddesdale, Lilliesleaf, Lindean, Lindean Loch, Lindean Reservoir, Linhope, Lintlaw, Littledean Tower, Littledeanless, Longformacus, Luggate Water, Lumsdaine Moor, Lyne, Lyne Kirk, Lyne railway station, Lyne Viaduct, Lyne Water

M

Manderston House, Manor Water, Marchmont Estate, Marchmont House, Maxton, Megget Reservoir, Megget Water, Mellerstain, Mellerstain House, Melrose, Melrose Abbey, Melrose railway station, Menzion, Mervinslaw Pele, Midlem, Millholm Cross, Minch Moor, Minto, Mire Loch, Moffat Hills, Monteviot House, Moorfoot Hills, Mordington, Morebattle, Mountbenger, Mountmill Roman Fortlet, Mowhaugh

N

Neidpath Castle, Neidpath Tunnel, Neidpath Viaduct, Nenthorn, Nether Horsburgh Castle, Nether Shiels, Newark Castle, Newbigging, Newcastleton, Newlands, Newmill-on-Teviot, Newstead, Newtown St Boswells, Ninestane Rig, Nisbet, Nisbet Castle, Nisbet House, Northfield

O

Old Belses, Old Cambus, Old Gala House, Old Parish Church of Peebles, Oliver Castle, Oxnam, Oxnam Water, Oxton

P

Paxton, Paxton House, Pease Bay, Pease Dean, Peatrig Hill, Peebles, Old Parish Church of Peebles, Peebles Hydro, Peel Fell, Peniel Heugh, Penmanshiel Tunnel, Pennine Way, Pennymuir, Pentland Hills, Philiphaugh, Piperdean, Pirn Hill, Plenderleith, Polmood, Polwarth, Polwarth Parish Church, Portmore Loch, Press Castle, Preston, Preston Bridge, Primrosehill, Priorwood Garden

Q

Quair Water

R

Redpath, Redscarhead, Reston, Riccarton Junction railway station, The Riggs, River Rede, River Teviot, River Till, River Tweed, Robert Smail’s Printing Works, Roberton, Roman Heritage Way, Romannobridge, Royal Border Bridge, Royal Tweed Bridge, Roxburgh, Roxburgh Castle, Roxburgh (village), Rubers Law, Rule Water, Ruletownhead

S

Salenside, Saughtree, Saughtree railway station, Scots’ Dike, Scott’s View, Selkirk, Selkirk Castle, Selkirk Common, Shankend, Siccar Point, Simprim, Sir Walter Scott Way, Skirling, Skirmish Hill, Smailholm, Smailholm Tower, Soonhope, Sourhope, Southdean, Southern Upland Way, Soutra Aisle, Spittal-on-Rule, Sprouston, St. Abbs, St Abb’s Head, St. Abbs and Eyemouth Voluntary Marine Reserve, St. Boswells, St. Boswells railway station, St. Cuthbert’s Way, St. Mary’s Loch, Stagehall, Stanhope, Stichill, Stichill Kirk, Stobo, Stobo Castle, Stobo Kirk, Stobo railway station, Stow of Wedale, Stow railway station, Sundhope, Swinside Hall, Swinton, Symington, Biggar and Broughton Railway

T

Talla Linnfoots, Talla Railway, Talla Reservoir, Talla Water, Teviothead, Thirlestane, Thirlestane Castle, Thornielee, Timpendean Tower, Torquhan, Torsonce, Town Yetholm, Traquair, Traquair Forest, Traquair House, Trimontium, Tweed Viaduct, Tweedbank, Tweedbank railway station, Tweedmouth railway station, Tweedsmuir

U

Union Bridge, Upper Hindhope, Upper Tweed Valley

V

Venlaw

W

Walkerburn, Watch Water, Watch Water Reservoir, Waterloo Monument, Wauchope, Wauchope Forest, Waverley Railway, Wedderburn Castle, West Linton, Westruther, Westwater Reservoir, Whiteadder Water, Whitehope Law, Whithaugh Park, Whitlaw, Whitlaw Wood, Whitrope, Whitrope Siding, Whitrope Tunnel, Whitslaid Tower, Whitsome, William Chambers Birthplace, William Wallace Statue, Williamhope, Williamslee, Wilton, Wilton Dean, Windy Gyle, Windydoors, Woll, Wrae Tower

Y

Yair, Yarrow Stone, Yarrow Water, Yarrowford, Yearning Flow, Yetholm Loch