Micro-Asphalt Surface Treatment Works

Micro-Asphalt is a mixture of polymer modified bitumen emulsion, small aggregate and cement.


Micro-asphalt will seal the surface, improve surface texture and prolong the life of the road for many years.


It is a dual application process, with the first application regulating the existing surface, and the second application gives the final surface.


It is a speedy, efficient and economic method of preventative maintenance and carrying out minor re-profiling of carriageway surfaces.


Generally, work will be carried out between 7.00am and 6.00pm, 7 days a week. 


The material will remain wet for anything from 15 - 30 minutes after it has been laid, depending on the temperature and humidity. When first laid the material is brown in colour. As it sets it turns to a dark grey/black. The action of trafficking improves the newly laid surface and controls the speed of setting.


An excess of loose aggregate may build up on the road for a period of time after completion, which is normal for this process and will be removed by a suction sweeper when necessary. Please drive slowly and observe the temporary signs that will have been left in place.


Please note: Vehicle access to properties may be restricted during works. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and appreciate your patience.



Upcoming Works

Notices will be erected on street furniture in your road stating when the works are likely to start. Please look out for these notices in order to ensure work is not delayed because of parked vehicles.


  • Barry


    • Denbigh Way

    • Radnor Green

    • Winston Road

    • Carmathen Close

    • Clive Road


  • Cowbridge
    • Millfield Drive

    • Grays Walk

    • Slade Close

    • St Quentins close

  • Dinas Powys


    • Cardigan Road

    • Elm Grove Lane

    • Elm Grove Road

  • Penarth


    • Hasting Place

    • Meliden Road

    • The Paddocks

    • Cherry Close

    • Thorn Grove

    • Birch Lane

    • Rowan Close

    • Baron Road

    • Baroness Place

    • Countess Place

    • Westbourne road

    • Dyserth Place

    • Mountjoy crescent

    • Fairfield Road

    • West Terrace

    • Grove Terrace

  • St Athan
    • Wren Road