Coldmix Asphalt Product Range

As New Zealand's premier supplier of cold asphalt products, we take pride in delivering unmatched quality and innovation for all your pavement needs. Our cutting-edge formulations that redefine industry standards reflect our commitment to excellence. Whether you're a contractor, municipality, or homeowner, our cold asphalt solutions offer a superior alternative for road repairs, driveways, and infrastructure projects.

At the core of our success is a dedication to sustainability. We source the finest materials, prioritising eco-friendly practices to reduce environmental impact. Our cold asphalt products meet stringent performance criteria and contribute to New Zealand's ecological resilience.

With a customer-centric approach, we prioritise reliability and convenience. As the go-to choice for cold asphalt, we ensure prompt delivery and provide expert guidance to guarantee your project's success. Trust us as your partner in paving the way for a sustainable and durable future in New Zealand.

Coldmix store


Pothole Repair Kit in a bag

Until recently hot asphalt was the only way to repair potholes and damaged roads.  Cold Asphalt has changed that.  Through the introduction of new polymer technology and research, we have developed a high-quality, polymer-modified cold mix asphalt that we believe is one of the best in the world.

Our Bitumend Cold Asphalt is soft and sticky out of the bag,  but after pressure is applied, it quickly hardens and results in a patch with better strength but similar properties to hot asphalt.  We sell Bitumend Cold Asphalt to builders, road repair contractors, business owners, and do-it-yourself homeowners.

What is Coldmix Asphalt

Coldmix, also known as cold asphalt, is a way to repair potholes quickly and easily in your driveway or carpark.  It can be applied directly from the bag into a pothole without heating or pre-preparation work.  Cold asphalt also doesn’t require any special heavy rolling machines or special applicators as it can be shoveled or poured into a pothole and tamped down with a hand tool.