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A&MT are specialist Pothole Repair Contractors. With 45 years’ experience resurfacing, we understand the urgency of repairing potholes which is why we offer an emergency repair service for the public and private sector. From a single repair to a larger road resurfacing project, we offer both regular work and one-off contracts in Peterborough and London.

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Our Pothole Repair Service

We like to establish a great working relationship with all our clients and take the time to listen to your needs and answer your questions. We can arrange a site visit at a time to suit you and provide a free no-obligation quote. Once you’re happy, we can schedule your pothole repair and maintenance work. Work can be completed out-of-hours to ensure as little disruption to your business or services as possible.

Simply give our friendly team a call on 01733 807999 or fill out our simple quote form.

What’s The Pothole Repair Process?

We can arrange for a remote or in-person visit to discuss your requirements and provide a free no-obligation quote. With a fully flexible 24/7 service, we can work to your schedule.
Before we begin any repair works, we’ll make sure the surface area is clean and free of debris. After filling the pothole with specialist machinery, we use specialist equipment to ensure that the surface is level and flush. Once complete, we’ll check that you’re happy with the work. The work should have long-lasting results.

Emergency Pothole Repair

Not only are they unsightly, but they can also cause damage to vehicles and be a hazard for pedestrians and cyclists. As emergency pothole repair contractors, we aim to complete repairs within 48 hours of your call. Whether you’re a council that has received many complaints about them, or you’re a business that needs to make your access ways presentable and safe, we work quickly and efficiently to ensure your potholes are repaired in no time.

What are the dangers of not reinstating potholes?

Potholes are a concern for the general public. In fact, public opinion surveys consistently show that the repair of roads, footways and cycleways are very important to highway users and local communities.

Not only are they visible defects, they can also increase the risk of damage to vehicles or road traffic accidents, as well as pose a health and safety risk for cyclists and pedestrians.

Who We Work With

Since 1976, we’ve completed thousands of projects, delivering a quick repair service for both the private and public sector. As professional surfacing contractors, we have a range of clients including leading retailers, industrial sites, council-managed public spaces and a number of prestigious venues, such as Peterborough Cathedral.

No job is too big or small for our team and we are always willing to meet clients at any time regardless of where the work is.

Locations We Serve

We operate across the whole of the UK and have depots based in Lincoln, Peterborough and Romford. Popular locations for our repair and maintenance services include:

London: Romford, Croydon, Saffron Walden, Kingston-upon-Thames, Wimbledon

Cambridgeshire: Cambridge, Peterborough, Ely, Huntingdon

Lincolnshire: Lincoln, Grantham, Spalding, Stamford

Contact our pothole repair contractors in Peterborough today.

Why Choose A&MT

  • Emergency pothole repairs completed within 48 hours of your call!
  • Trusted family business since 1976
  • Available 24/7, seven days a week – including bank holidays
  • No quibble guarantee
  • Fully accredited by Street Works Certification (SWQR Operative and Monitoring) and City & Guilds

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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I reduce the likelihood of potholes forming?

The major factors of what causes potholes include water entering the surface, winter freeze-thaw cycles and inadequate drainage. If your current surface is not of a high quality and has been exposed to severe weather conditions, such as cold climates, it could be worth getting a survey. It’s important to have regular maintenance checks and arrange for resurfacing works when necessary. Taking a more proactive approach can help reduce the likelihood of potholes forming in the first place.

Can you repair a pothole on my driveway?

If your business or organisation has a pothole on a driveway we are more than happy to reinstate it for you. Please note: we do not work with domestic driveways.

How long does it take to repair a pothole?

With our emergency pothole repair service we can completely reinstate a pothole within 48 hours of your call. This service is perfect for County Councils who are responsible for keeping the roads safe for all road users, or businesses who need to keep their access ways presentable, functional and safe.

How do you fill a pothole?
Before we begin our work fixing potholes we make sure the surface area is clean and free of debris. After filling the pothole, we use specialist equipment to ensure that the surface is completely level and flush. We use specialist pothole filling machinery alongside the latest methods to produce a result that lasts.

What is the best material to fill potholes?
At A&MT Contractors, we use either tarmac or asphalt to repair potholes. These durable, cost-effective materials are flexible enough to form a lasting repair. Although concrete can be used, it’s more brittle and likely to crack over time.

Can you fill potholes yourself?
Although DIY repairs are possible, they’ll never last as long or look as neat as those completed by experienced contractors. The specialist machinery and proven techniques we use result in tidy, long-lasting repairs.

How much does a pothole cost to repair?
Costs vary significantly depending on the size of the pothole and the materials used. If you’re looking for a quote, please don’t hesitate to contact us today!

How long does a pothole repair last?
The lifespan of a pothole repair varies drastically depending on the materials, techniques and approach used. Basic patch repairs are cheap, but may only last a year or two in a high-traffic area. On the opposite end of the spectrum, dig-out repairs can address the underlying issue and last much longer, although they will cost more to carry out.

Why do pothole repairs fail?
Pothole repairs fail for just the same reason that potholes form in the first place. As standing water freezes and thaws on the road surface, the repair patch is gradually dislodged from the surrounding surface, causing the pothole to re-form. The only way to prevent the pothole from reappearing is to complete a more thorough repair of the surrounding area, rather than merely filling in the hole.

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