Air Conditioner – Window or Room
Air Conditioning – Central
Fireplace or Chimney
Range or Oven
Refrigerator or Freezer
Water Softener or Hard Water
Door Knob or Latch
Screen or Storm Door
Light Switch or Dimmer
Network or Phone
Paint or Finish
Tile, Stone or Grout
Vinyl or Resilient Flooring
Wallpaper or Wall Covering
Woodwork or Trim
Driveway – Asphalt
Driveway – Concrete or Brick
Tow Behind Crack Filler (Fixing GIANT Craters)
We encountered some cracks that were the size of craters! So it was time to break out the town behind crack filling machine.
The only thing you will need is flex seal.
LOOKS LIKE YOU NEED TO CRACKFILL IT AGAIN. IT ALL SANK
You probably don’t have a tow behind crack/crater filler like I do, but some cheaply put together DIY machine will work just fine.
jamie will you teabag me
I'm a simple man, i see a dave strand video and i press like.
Thanks for all the informative videos, my daughter an I are going to tackle grandmas drive thanks to you!
interesting in front of church he is not mentioning that he is the greatest ...
Love it dave ! Very informative keep up the good work
Perfect to fix an earthquake crack
They're not craters! They are canions!
Love it!! nice job Dave
I would of probably would of done a long patch for the wide cracks and sealed the smaller crack
Do you really have to explain every little detail?
Honestly Dave an this is no disrespect. Rubber Squeegees are better for overband. Cleaner look and smoother. I can pump and pull V like no other. Gimme a kettle an a stick an Im gone.
U need a trackless mt side walk tractor or a ventrac
More creepy doll vids dave
Well done guys, but is this "prime coat" material?
Why are you yelling?
I would have heated up some asphalt, put it down into the cracks to build a foundation, then put all that rubber in there and black Beauty sand on top 👍
Come and do our church man that looks great!!
Nice video like always!
Wish I could work for you
High dollar job!
ID King 214
Very nice! What brand an model striping did you use??
Those cracks should have never been filled. They were way to large and were likely a sign of large problems underneath. That section should have been removed, the sub base repaired and new asphalt laid down. Probably not the expense the client wants, but it will have to be done eventually. Do it now and it will cost far less than if you wait. If you had to fill those, you should have used a backer material to fill the cracks before you put in the hot sealer.
Die Fuge sollte deutlich mehr Überlappung haben!
*why am I here*
What a noise, lol.
IT LOOKS LIKE CRAP.
When you're so crackhead you have a tow behind crack machine