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BURNCO produces high-quality hot and cold mix asphalt products. We are committed to ensuring that our products meet the highest standards of quality and sustainability.


Asphalt, also known as bitumen, is a highly viscous liquid or semi-solid petroleum. It is primarily found in natural deposits or obtained as a residue from the distillation of petroleum.
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BURNCO Asphalt is commonly used for road surfacing, base courses, parking lots, airfields, and runways. It consists of high-quality aggregates mixed with a bitumen binder. While the consistency of aggregates is essential in determining the final results, the properties of bitumen allow for effective recycling of asphalt concrete, making it one of the most recycled materials.
With decades of experience handling projects of various sizes, BURNCO has the expertise and capabilities to meet the needs of even the most complex and demanding projects with diverse applications.
BURNCO's uncompromising commitment to the environment has also led us to design our asphalt products with enhanced quality, performance, durability, and sustainability for paving and road applications.

Compositions of Asphalt

Recycled Asphalt Product (RAP)

Reclaimed Asphalt Product (RAP) is milled from an existing asphalt structure, and may be used to offset quantities of fresh binder and aggregate required for new asphalt production.

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Bitumen Binder

A water-proof, thermoplastic adhesive that acts as a glue and holds the road together.

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Aggregates are made from rock crushed to specific and consistent sizes or gradations.

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BURNCO’s Asphalt Recycling Measures

BURNCO understands and acknowledges the responsibility of acting sustainably. As part of our many environmental initiatives, we collect old and used asphalt from roads and parking lots that would otherwise end up in landfills.
BURNCO transports the old asphalt to our production facilities, where it is processed and prepared for use in our manufacturing process. By leveraging the Reclaimed Asphalt Product (RAP), we reduce our environmental footprint by reclaiming 100% of aggregate and bitumen binder in the RAP to construct our product with uncompromising quality.


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Asphalt is the most commonly used material for paving roads. BURNCO offers a variety of asphalt mixes designed to withstand local weather extremes. Asphalt can be used for a variety of purposes, including roads, driveways, parking lots, airport runways, taxiways, and recreational facilities like tennis courts, bike paths, and running tracks.
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Residential spaces demand a premium and high-quality construction materials that ensure longevity without compromising the aesthetics. BURNCO’s high-end products offer both qualities and more to meet the specific requirements of apartment complexes, bungalows, villas, and more.

Reclaimed Asphalt

BURNCO is committed to decreasing its environmental impact through the use of waste materials in a recycling strategy to produce new products with new applications.

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Reclaimed Asphalt

We use Reclaimed Asphalt Products (RAP), which would otherwise end up in land fills to create new asphalt. BURNCO supplies responsible asphalt solutions with a focus on sustainability and a reduced environmental footprint.


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How long does an Asphalt pavement last?

An asphalt driveway properly installed by an experienced asphalt contractor should generally last between 15 to 20 years. The key to extending the lifespan and durability of your asphalt surface is to perform regular preventative maintenance to keep your surface looking great.

What causes Asphalt deterioration and how do I prevent it?

We often tell our customers that there are a few key enemies of asphalt pavement to guard against. Surface water is the key cause of asphalt failure, which is why it is vital that stormwater management is the first consideration in the installation process. In addition, proper seal coating applications can help protect your asphalt surface from sunlight and vehicle fluids that can also cause damage.

How do you maintain the durability of a parking lot?

Taking preventative steps to maintain your parking lot can save you a lot of money in repair costs and keep your parking lot looking great for years to come. Simple things like regular cleaning, seal coating applications, and seasonal repairs will help you extend the lifespan of your parking lot and impress your visitors and customers alike.