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August 23, 2012


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Extreme cold weather, changes in the temperature and precipitation are hard on concrete roads. Add rain or snow to the mix and you have a pothole just waiting to happen. When concrete is exposed to extreme cold it can crack, leaving the way clear for moisture to get in and causing the concrete to expand and deteriorate and develop holes that need to be repaired.

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There are a lot of different roads around where I live that have a lot of construction going on. I hope that the road gets paved soon so I don't hit any potholes. They can be very annoying and hard to get rid of. http://www.andreasconstruction.com/res.htm

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