Lob Rockster wrote
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Options are to surface dress or re-lay.Without seein it, it becomes a bit difficult to give a precise recommendation.The easiest thing will be to roughen the surfce with motor saw, this is probably what was used to produce the cuts you describe.If that doesn't work you might get away with a bitumen coat or use a resurfacer such as ARDEXFinally take it up and re-lay.
. It would probably have a cheese grater effect if you ever did fall over on it though.
A Can of Tennants wrote
ok it rises around 6-7ft and over what distance?
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what most people do is use a 20mm DBM basecourse to Cl 6.5 of BS 4987 - its usually used under the surface course but provides greater skid resistance than the surface course - you will need a hardstsone aggregate to avoid polishing in the future.
say again? Wtf is DBM?
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