Tamar Swan / Wednesday, June 21, 2017 / Categories: Blogs What do Fallen Soldiers, Pavement Repair and Family BBQ’s Have in Common? They Can All Be Taken Care of Memorial Day Weekend Memorial Day is a long weekend that is popular for do-it-yourself projects like pavement repair and family gatherings where you can enjoy your repaired pavement. Observed in the United States on the last day of May, Memorial Day is a federal holiday for remembering people who died while serving in the U.S. Military. This year the holiday falls on May 29th and is considered the unofficial start of Summer vacation. Memorial Day Weekend Is Popular for D-I-Y Projects Pavement repair is easy to do yourself with polyurethane repair kits. Simply sweep, vacuum or blow your damaged concrete or asphalt for your preparation. Mix up your A and B bottles with the aggregate in the provided bucket and trowel on the material. Sprinkle on topping sand and when it is dry, sweep off the excess sand. Your repair should be complete in under an hour (varying slightly depending on the size and temperature outside). FloMix is a black kit for asphalt repair and FlexSet is a grey kit for fixing concrete. If you have small cracks we recommending buying our products in cartridges. The sooner small damage is repaired, the longer the lifespan of your pavement. Cracks will expand, spread and eventually becoming alligatoring or potholes. It is simply the norm for pavement. Whether planning to honor fallen military, to BBQ, or to resurface your driveway or pool deck, now is the time to plan ahead and order your FloMix for asphalt repair or FlexSet for concrete repair. Order now and use the code Memorial for 15% off your online order. This will allow enough time for your product to arrive in time to repair your damaged pavement. Since repairs take minutes, not days, this Memorial Day weekend can be spent visiting with family, remembering fallen heroes and repairing pavement. Or you can order today and make those repairs before your gathering. Welcoming CSR Brett Barnett to the Team Print 1710 Rate this article: No rating Tags: Fallen Soldiers Pavement Repair Family BBQ's Please login or register to post comments.