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What is the difference between surface dressing and resurfacing?

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What is the difference between surface dressing and resurfacing?
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Surface dressing involves treating roads which are in relatively good condition with preventative maintenance treatments to maintain their good condition.

Resurfacing is a more extensive structural maintenance treatment which involves removing up to 300mm of a worn out road surface and replacing this with new material.

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